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Pakistan doesn’t do a damn thing, hid Osama knowingly, says Trump

US President Donald Trump has once again defended his administration's decision to pull hundreds of millions of dollars in military aid to Pakistan, saying the country doesn't do "a damn thing for us". Speaking to Fox News' Chris Wallace on Sunday, Trump alleged that Pakistan does “not do a damn thing” for the United States and accused Islamabad of helping Osama bin...

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LONDON: Two journalists released later than being abducted in Syria

On Thursday, two journalists covering the Syrian civil war were kidnapped by a "rebel gang" and unitary of them was shot before members of an anti-extremist rebel group intervened and stopped up their release. The two, who had dropped several days covering the restive city of Aleppo for the Times, were discharged on Wednesday after local commanders of the group...

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Hole in the sky, residents panic among

New York (News Desk) that is being developed as a person and the things getting information about the new land so alien and stories of interest in the newly surfaced passes. Clouds on the sky in the U.S. state of California, just a big hole in the sky and the suspense extended work space creatures, a flying disc and the appearance of...

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Four troops cause to death

YEMEN: On Wednesday, Al-Qaeda surmise killed an aide to Yemen's defence minister and four soldiers in an attack in the country's south, the scene of a major offensive against the jihadists, the army stated. On Thursday, "The Yemeni air force is joining in the battles, bombing columns of Al-Qaeda vehicles trying to advance towards Azzan," the Shabwa city that the...

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Europe tells Google to erase information

AMSTERDAM - Europe's highest court Tuesday gave people the means to scrub their reputations online, issuing a landmark ruling that experts say could force Google and other hunt engines to erase characters to old debts, long-ago arrests and other unflattering episodes. And that passive construction is actually interesting. Presumably, when the court refers to memory in this way, it’s talking...

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Hero mom: he is important more than me

Resting in her hospital bed, Christina Simoes knows she may never walk again, but she says she's grateful she and her toddler son are active after she leaped from a burning building with him in her arms. When fire broke out Wednesday in their apartment complex, Simoes, 23, realized there was but one way to save her 18-month-old son. "I...

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DUBAI: Lady Gaga Dubai concert censored to respect the civilization

A planned Lady Gaga concert in Dubai in September will be censored to respect cultural traditions. Lady Gaga, who is recognized for her outrageous stunts and provocative costumes, called off a concert in Indonesia in 2012 because of security concerns over objections by Islamic groups to her manner. The Gulf News quoted Marco Rios, the president and CEO of AMI...

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Turkey: Coal mine blast, at least 201 died.

An explosion and blast in a coal mine in western Turkey claimed the lives of at least 201 miners, injured a further 80 and trapped more than 200 below ground, according to officials. Taner Yildiz, Turkey’s energy minister, read at least 201 miners had died in the accident, with the main cause of death being carbon monoxide and dioxide poisoning....

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Nigerian girls – US flying ‘manned missions’ to seek kidnapped

LAGOS- Manned US aircraft were flying over Nigeria today, searching for over 200 schoolgirls abducted by the Boko Haram after Abuja dismissed a prisoner-swap offer from the activists. “We have shared commercial satellite imaging with the Nigerians and are flying manned ISR (intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance) assets over Nigeria with the government´s permission," a senior US government official stated. Boko...

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African Union – Death toll imposts to 19 in Somali attack

Mogadishu: African Union military units in Somalia on Tuesday said a "cowardly" bomb attack the previous day had killed 19 people, almost twice the number initially stated to the reports. Baidoa - about 250 km (150 miles) southwest of Mogadishu - was the second most significant urban center of Al Shabaab insurgents after the port of Kismayu, before they were...

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Lynchburg weighs buying Chromebooks for math classes

Middle and high school math classrooms could get Chromebooks in place of textbooks, under a young idea being talked over by the Lynchburg City School Board. According to Assistant Superintendent Al Coleman, division math teachers say they don’t require a new textbook. Alternatively, he stated at last week’s school board meeting, they want classroom computer sets so their pupils can...

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Georgian lender TBC targets London listing

Georgian bank lender TBC is planning to list on the London Stock Exchange to raise around $100m (£60m) of new money for the society.  Georgia’s second largest bank, partially owned by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, said on Monday it intends to sell global depositary receipts (GDRs) within the first half of this year.  TBC said that its...

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LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK:‘Neighbors’ bangs ‘Spider-Man’ from U.S. box office perch

Raunchy adult comedy "Neighbors", starring Seth Rogen as a family man who moves next to a frat house, kicked superhero movie "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" off the top spot on U.S. and Canadian box office charts over the weekend.  "Neighbors" earned $51.1 million in ticket sales to lead all films from Friday through Sunday, according to estimates from tracking firm...

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LAHORE: LHCBA bans participation of Geo reporters

The Lahore High Court Bar Association (LHCBA) has banned entry of Geo correspondents, intending to cover proceedings at LHCBA. The LHCBA said they believe in freedom of the press, but no compromise would be built on national security. The bar association said none of the Geo employees would be allowed at LHCBA, intending to pass over the transactions. Geo has...

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TEHRAN: Despite obstacle, Pakistan and Iran agree to pursue gas project

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani have agreed to continue with the Iran-Pakistan gas line project. The PM informed the Iranian President that he was there with his team of finance, petroleum and interior resolve all the issues, which were creating hindrance in the task. A statement from the PM House said both the leaders reiterated their...

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PESHAWAR: Peshawar stadium blast, Four killed, five wounded.

Four people were killed and at least five others wounded in an explosion in Peshawar’s local football stadium. According to initial accounts, the attack took place in a football stadium located on Dalazak Road. The explosion partially damaged a nearby mosque. The nature of the fire could not be confirmed immediately as members of the Bomb Disposal Squad (BDS) were...

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Celebrating Mother’s day all over the globe

Mother’s Day is a day for many people to express their appreciation towards mothers and mother figures worldwide. Celebrating Mother’s day around all over the world. Children brought cards, flowers, chocolates, jewelry and other gifts for their mothers or mother-type figures who have been role models in their whole life. Channels specially designed and celebrated mother’s day. Many restaurants offer...

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