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Terrorist Jadhav’s meeting with wife, mother concludes

ISLAMABAD – The meeting of Indian spy and terrorist Kulbhushan Jadhav with wife Chetankul and mother Avanti has on Monday concluded at the Pakistan Foreign Office. A couple of FO officials along with Indian Deputy High Commissioner JP Singh were also present during the meeting which lasted around 40 minutes. ...

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US secures $285 million cut in UN budget

The administration of US President Donald Trump says it has negotiated a major $285 million cut in the United Nation’s 2018-2019 budget. The US mission at the UN said in a statement on Sunday that the “significant cost savings” would better suit Washington’s priorities across the globe. “In addition to ...

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Saudi Arabia, increasingly agitated, turns on Turkey

By H. Javan   On December 17, Saudi paper Okaz published an article on Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Not the kind the president would take notice of, but not the kind he would appreciate, either. It was a blistering, particularly personal attack on the Turkish head of state. It said ...

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Trump admin. seeking to blame Muslims for everything: Scholar

The administration of US President Donald Trump has been trying to blame all of America’s problems on Muslims to create a distraction from his own policies, which favor the rich, argues an American scholar in Madison, Wisconsin. Dr. Kevin Barrett made the remarks after reports emerged that the new US ...

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Football: Ajer plans to seize leading role with Celtic

GLASGOW– Kristoffer Ajer is determined to make the most of his chance at Celtic after the Norwegian defender helped the Scottish champions keep successive clean sheets for the first time since November. Ajer, 19, was signed by fellow countryman Ronny Deila from Norwegian side Start in 2016, but found his ...

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Tennis: Federer, Nadal shine as rivals hobble into 2018

PARIS – Written off as dead men walking, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal defied time to sweep the Grand Slams in 2017 while the injury curse which dogged their rivals looks set to be the new year’s early storyline. Evergreen Federer, who will turn 37 in 2018, took his majors ...

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