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Daily Archives: June 6, 2018

Trump wants to make ‘shift’ in NAFTA negotiations

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – US President Donald Trump has been pondering on how to overhaul the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) signed between the United States, Canada and Mexico. White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said on Tuesday that the president is thinking about ways to dismantle the current ...

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Nearly half Afghan children out of school: report

(Reuters) – Nearly half of all children in Afghanistan are out of school due to conflict, poverty, child marriage and discrimination against girls, the number rising for the first time since 2002, humanitarian organisations said in a report on Sunday. Spreading violence has forced many schools to close, undermining fragile ...

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Guatemalans continue rescue work in wake of eruption

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – Guatemalan rescue workers continues their search Tuesday, June 5, for survivors and victims of the deadly pyroclastic flows from a volcanic eruption over the weekend, even as a new explosion at the Fuego volcano prompted emergency services to order evacuations from the surrounding areas and the ...

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Harvey Weinstein set to plead not guilty in NY

NEW YORK (AFP) – Fallen movie mogul Harvey Weinstein was expected to plead not guilty Tuesday to rape and sexual assault charges in New York, opening a legal battle for the #MeToo movement that dreams of seeing him behind bars. The 66-year-old Weinstein was charged with rape and another sex ...

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PCB clears Hafeez over his outburst against ICC

(Web Desk) – After outburst against ICC in media, the Pakistani all-rounder clarified his comments before a three-meber disciplinary committee of member Pakistan cricket Board (PCB) where he stated, “My intention was not to criticise ICC protocols nor did I mention any respected cricket board in my interview. The interview ...

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