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Nine people killed, nearly dozen injured as Saudi-led jets hit bus in Yemen

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – At least nine civilians have been killed and nearly a dozen others sustained injuries after warplanes belonging to a Saudi-led military coalition struck a bus carrying internally displaced persons (IDP) in war-battered Yemen’s western province of Hudaydah. Yemen’s Arabic-language al-Masirah satellite television network, citing its correspondence ...

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US pressure will fail to break Iranian nation: Rouhani

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – President Hassan Rouhani says the United States left the multilateral nuclear deal with Iran at a great cost, emphasizing that Washington will fail to break the Iranian nation by resorting to “psychological” and “political” warfare. “The Islamic Republic’s tactful performance forced the Americans to leave the ...

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Umar Akmal appears before PCB ACU

LAHORE (APP) – Test Cricketer Umar Akmal appeared before the Pakistan Cricket Board’s Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) here on Monday, two days ahead of his scheduled appearance before the ACU. Umar had been asked to appear before the PCB ACU on June 27 but at Umar’s request and owing to his ...

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First-ever Dwarf Sports’ Festival on 29th

PESHAWAR (APP):District Sports Office, Peshawar is organizing first-ever Dwarfs Sports’ Festival at Arbab Niaz Cricket Stadium on June 29, 2018. Besides, prominent movies and television artistes, Zardad Bulbul and Sardar Marikhi, dwarf persons from Peshawar, Mardan, Karak and other districts will participate in large in the festival. For the success ...

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Serena Williams’s seven Wimbledon titles

LONDON (AFP) – Serena Williams will start her bid for an eighth Wimbledon singles’ title next week. AFP Sport looks at the American legend’s previous seven final victories at the All England Club: 2002: bt Venus Williams (USA) 7-6, 6-3 — Aged 20, Serena already had two Grand Slam titles ...

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