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Briton, two Americans win 2018 Nobel Chemistry Prize

(Reuters) – Scientists Frances Arnold, George Smith and Gregory Winter won the 2018 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for research using directed evolution to produce enzymes and antibodies for new chemicals and pharmaceuticals, the award-giving body said on Wednesday. Arnold, only the fifth woman to win a chemistry Nobel, was awarded ...

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Collision between Sudan army planes injures 8

(AFP) – A collision between two Sudanese army planes on the runway at Khartoum airport on Wednesday injured eight people, officials said. The Soviet-era Antonov aircraft had landed within seconds of each other when the accident occurred, an airport official said. “Eight people were injured and taken to hospital when ...

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Putin says US presence in Syria violates UN charter

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – Russian President Vladimir Putin says the presence of US troops in Syria, providing support to anti-Damascus militant groups in the Arab country, violated the United Nations Charter. Speaking during a panel at the Russian Energy Week on Wednesday, Putin said the US has only two ways ...

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Saaf Pani company scam: NAB summons Shehbaz Sharif on Oct 5

LAHORE (Muslim Times) – National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Wednesday summoned Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) president Shehbaz Sharif on Oct-5 in Saaf Pani Company scandal. According to well informed sources the anti-graft watchdog believe mega-corruption as then Punjab govt spent whopping Rs4 bln on the project but failed to ...

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Balochistan govt will be taken onboard in every project: Asad Umer

ISLAMABAD (Muslim Times) – Finance Minister Asad Umer on Wednesday said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government will strengthen federation and will take smaller provinces along. Speaking in the Senate on Wednesday, he said that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project was signed in 2013 but the provincial government was not ...

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