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How much is Oscar statue worth?

Muslim Times (Web Desk) -The Oscar statue is possibly the most recognizable award in the world. And during the 90th annual Academy Awards on Sunday, March 4, 2018, the lucky winners in over 20 categories got to take one home. But just because they’re coveted, doesn’t mean they are valuable. ...

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One in five Scottish Parliament staff sexually harassed .

A confidential survey reports that more than 200 cases of sexual harassment and sexist behavior have occurred in the Scottish Parliament over the past two years. The survey, commissioned by the Scottish Parliament but carried out by an independent market research company, revealed on Thursday that 30 percent of women ...

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Why Saudis should not be allowed to enrich uranium?

(Web Desk) – Saudi Arabia’s rulers have asked the US to help them expand the oil-rich kingdom’s nuclear program to include uranium enrichment, a move that experts warn is not to be taken lightly considering the Riyadh regime’s never-ending thirst for political and military dominance in the Middle East region. ...

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‘Wake up’ and stop Rohingya abuses: Nobel laureates to Suu Kyi

(AFP) – Three Nobel Peace Prize winners urged fellow laureate Aung San Suu Kyi to speak out about violence against the Rohingya minority, warning she otherwise risks prosecution for “genocide”. The trio – Tawakkol Karman, Shirin Ebadi and Mairead Maguire – implored the embattled Myanmar leader to “wake up” to the ...

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Transgender artists make history at the Oscars

(AFP) – Transgender representation in entertainment has made baby steps forward in recent years, but 2018 has seen a history-making giant leap, with two movies involving trans artists in the Oscars race. Chilean actress Daniela Vega has won acclaim for her turn as Marina, a young waitress and aspiring singer ...

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Holiest church in Christianity closed in Israel tax dispute

(AFP) – Christian leaders took the rare step on Sunday of closing Jerusalem’s Church of the Holy Sepulchre, built where tradition holds Jesus was buried, in protest at Israeli tax measures and a proposed property law. It was not clear how long the closure of the church, announced by Christian ...

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