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Senate elections 2018 to be held on Saturday

ISLAMABAD ( Muslim Times) – Senate elections 2018 are to be held on Saturday to elect 52 lawmakers out of 135 candidates who have filed nomination papers. Polling in all four provincial assemblies and the parliament is to begin at 09:00pm and is scheduled to continue until 04:00pm without a ...

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West Virginia teachers strike amid stubborn pay dispute

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – West Virginia teachers were set to strike for a seventh day on Friday as state lawmakers balk at the governor’s promise to raise salaries that are close to the bottom for US educators, the state Education Department said. An end to the strike that kept more than ...

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WHO issues ‘weather alarm’ in Europe

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – The World Health Organization (WHO) has sounded the alarm about the deadly cold weather that has endangered vulnerable people in Europe over the past days. “A wave of cold weather hitting Europe this week poses health risks, particularly to people in vulnerable situations,” the WHO warned ...

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Russia postpones strategic talks with US in act of protest

Muslim Times (Web Desk) – Moscow has postponed planned talks with Washington on strategic stability originally set for later this month, after a US delegation refused to attend a Geneva meeting on cybersecurity earlier in the week, Russian envoy to Washington has announced. Ambassador Anatoly Antonov told Russian TASS news ...

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Why Saudis should not be allowed to enrich uranium?

(Web Desk) – Saudi Arabia’s rulers have asked the US to help them expand the oil-rich kingdom’s nuclear program to include uranium enrichment, a move that experts warn is not to be taken lightly considering the Riyadh regime’s never-ending thirst for political and military dominance in the Middle East region. ...

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