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World’s first flying car launched at Geneva show

(Web Desk) – The world s first flying car that you can buy has been unveiled at the Geneva International Motor Show in Switzerland. The Dutch firm revealed its final production model and was now taking pre-orders for the car/aircraft on its website. The firm said the first delivery will ...

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‘Artificial mole’ could warn of cancer: study

TAMPA (AFP) – Swiss scientists have developed an experimental skin implant that darkens like a mole when it detects subtle changes in the body that may be an early warning sign of cancer, a study said Wednesday. The implant, or “biomedical tattoo,” as researchers call it, has been tested in ...

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Japan seems to bend under US pressure on trade

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has reluctantly agreed to enter into trade negotiations with the United States, whose president has repeatedly pressured Tokyo to accept new terms in bilateral trade. “President [Donald] Trump and I agreed to start talks for free, fair, and reciprocal trade deals,” ...

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Trump ready to pull out of Iran deal: Bob Corker

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – US Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker says President Donald Trump is ready to pull the United States out of the Iran nuclear agreement next month. “If nothing changes between now and May 12, the president is absolutely going to withdraw from the agreement,” the ...

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Iran should get 14 ATR, Airbus, Boeing aircraft this year

(News Desk) – Iran should receive 14 new passenger aircraft this year under agreements signed with Airbus, Boeing and ATR planemakers, a government official has said. Tehran has ordered more than 200 planes since US-led sanctions against the country were lifted in 2016 under a nuclear agreement but US President ...

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India court fines media for naming rape victim

(AFP) – An Indian court on Wednesday ordered 12 media companies to pay $15,000 each to a compensation fund for victims of sexual violence after they published the name of an eight-year-old girl who was gang raped and murdered. Indian law prohibits the naming of rape victims, even after they ...

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Kyrgyzstan cabinet loses confidence vote

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – Kyrgyzstan’s parliament voted to express no confidence in the government of Prime Minister Sapar Isakov on Thursday amid an apparent power struggle between the president and a leader of the ruling party. The Central Asian nation of six million, which hosts a Russian military base, has ...

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Election center attacked in Afghanistan, five people abducted

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – Five people have been abducted when armed men attacked a voter registration center in Afghanistan, and set fire to documents. Officials said Wednesday that the assault was carried out in the central province of Ghor on Tuesday. Provincial police spokesman Mohammad Iqbal Nizami said the gunmen ...

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