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Election 2018 results: Imran clean sweeps all five constituencies

LAHORE (Muslim Times) – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has won elections in all five constituencies, unofficial results obtained by Dunya News showed on Thursday. While official results were yet to be announced by the electoral commission, the PTI party was leading in early election results, winning 112 of ...

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My sons’ father is Pakistan’s next PM, Jemima on Imran’s victory

(Web Desk) – Jemima Goldsmit felicitated his former husband Imran Khan as victory seems inevitable for cricket-turned-politician in the historic General Elections 2018. Jemima—who was married to Khan in 1995—took to popular micro-blogging website Twitter and stated, ““I remember Imran Khan’s 1st election in 1997 – untested, idealistic and politically ...

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Venezuela removes five zeroes from national currency

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro has announced the removal of five zeroes from the national currency as the crisis-ridden Latin American country grapples with hyperinflation. In a cabinet meeting on Wednesday, Maduro said the measure was meant to “protect” the national currency — the bolivar — and ...

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Under impact of trade war, US makes surprise deal with EU

Muslim Times(Web Desk) -The United States and the European Union (EU) have surprisingly agreed to suspend a trade war that was initiated by US President Donald Trump and that risked disrupting their economies. Trump and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker emerged out of negotiations on Wednesday with an announcement of ...

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Raging wildfire in California forces thousands to flee

(Reuters) -Thousands of residents in Southern California were forced from their homes by a raging wildfire which remained unchecked early on Thursday as it pushed toward their mountain resort communities. The so-called Cranston Fire, believed to have been started by arson, grew rapidly by noon to cover 4,700 acres (1,900 ...

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