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Haftar’s forces say ‘captured’ Libya’s Derna

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar has announced the liberation of the city of Derna from the al-Qaeda-linked militants. “We proudly announce the liberation of Derna, a city dear to all Libyans,” said Marshal Haftar in a televised speech on Thursday. A spokesman for Haftar’s self-styled Libyan National ...

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Court charges French multinational with crimes in Syria

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – The French cement giant Lafarge has been charged with complicity in crimes against humanity and funding terrorists in war-torn Syria. A panel of three judges in a Paris court ordered Lafarge on Thursday to pay 30 million euros ($35 million) as security deposit before a trial ...

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US lists Myanmar among worst offenders of human trafficking

(Reuters) – The United States on Thursday placed Myanmar on its list of worst offenders of human trafficking and accused it of using child soldiers amid global criticism over human rights abuses by the country s military against the minority Rohingya Muslims. Gabon, Laos, Papua New Guinea and Bolivia were ...

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Joe Jackson, iron-willed music patriarch, dead at 89

NEW YORK (AFP) – Joe Jackson, the patriarch of music superstars whose iron-fisted guidance both shaped his children’s success and traumatized them, died Wednesday, family members said. He was 89. Jackson — whose most famous child, King of Pop Michael Jackson, died almost nine years to the day before him ...

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Salman Khan has a new girl in his life, Jacqueline Fernandez

(Web Desk) – If the rumours of Indian media are to be believed, then the most eligible bachelor of Bollywood Salman Khan is dating none other than Race-3 co-star Jacqueline Fernandez. Pinkvilla—a popular Bollywood news site—stated that Jacqueline is Salman’s blue-eyed actress as Dabaang actor is casting Sri Lankan in ...

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Januzaj stunner sees Belgium beat England to top spot

KALININGRAD (AFP) – A brilliant strike by Adnan Januzaj lit up an otherwise insipid clash as Belgium beat England 1-0 to secure top spot in World Cup Group G in Kaliningrad on Thursday. Januzaj s superb second-half goal sent Belgium into a last 16 clash with Japan while England will ...

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