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Israel forces Palestinian family to demolish homes

The Israeli regime has forced a Palestinian family of 12 members, including six children, to demolish their two apartments in East Jerusalem al-Quds. According to a report by Ma’an news agency, the regime left no choice for the family of Abd al-Latif Jaabis but to raze to the ground the ...

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Daesh used chemicals while fleeing Mosul: HRW

Human Rights Watch (HRW) says Daesh terrorists have staged chemical attacks in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul in the face of advancing Iraqi troops who are trying to retake the city. As Daesh militants flee, “they have been repeatedly attacking and endangering the civilians they left behind, increasing concerns for residents ...

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Iraqi troops preparting for advance toward Mosul airport

Iraqi security forces are preparing to advance towards Mosul International Airport on the southern outskirts of the northern city, the last Daesh bastion in the country. Iraqi Lieutenant-Colonel Dhiya Mizhir said on Thursday that the target of the fresh operations is an area overlooking the airport, which has been made unusable ...

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Pakistan consumer confidence dips in third quarter: survey

KARACHI: Consumer confidence in Pakistan dropped by three points in the third quarter, according to a survey conducted by a global performance management company, with job security being the biggest or second-biggest concern for a third of respondents. Pakistan’s confidence, which had been on the rise since 2008 and reached ...

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Netanyahu congratulates Israel’s ‘great friend,’ gets invited

US President-elect Donald Trump invites Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to the United States as the premier congratulates him on victory. The billionaire property tycoon, who beat former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election on Tuesday, told Netanyahu in a Wednesday phone conversation that the two ...

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Lessons from US elections

THE day before elections in the United States, Khizr Khan, the now famous Pakistani-American father, campaigned for Hillary Clinton in the state of New Hampshire. “Will Trump’s America have room for someone like my son?” he asked the crowd. In the months before the US election, American Muslims, likely galvanised ...

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