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Obama forms ‘core coalition’ to confront ISIS threat

Advertisements The coalition of 10 countries will intends to support Middle Eastern countries before the next UN security council summit. Advertisements Barack Obama, the US President, announced to form a “core coalition” of 10 countries which would be led by the United States with the United Kingdom and Australia. The …

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UN report says one in 10 girls sexually abused worldwide

More than 120 million girls globally have been raped or sexually assaulted at the age of 20, nearly 1 in ten, a new report by United Nations has revealed. In a research conducted all over the world investigating violence against children, the child welfare agency UNICEF reveals that one fifth …

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Forged passports: Pakistani arrested in Thailand

BANGKOK: Two Pakistanis have been arrested over forging passports which were allegedly being used by transnational crime networks. According to the Department of Special Investigation chief Chatchawal Suksomjit, the officials have found fake and stolen passports, visa stamps and other documents for more than 40 countries during raids last Saturday. …

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Taliban attack Afghan government HQ in east, 12 lost lives

An attack by Taliban on head quarter of Afghan government on Thursday claimed at least 12 while injuring 80 persons, government officials told media. The attackers first hit two truck loaded with bombs, followed by gunmen led attack in the provincial capital of Ghazi. Khan Pacha Shirzad, a police commander …

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Spread out effect: ISIS making ways into Pakistan, Afghanistan

PESHAWAR: In a bid to lengthen its sway in the South Asian region, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, (ISIS), generally known as Daish, distributed brochures in Peshawar and border provinces of Afghanistan as well. The leaflet titled Fatah (victory) is published in Pashto and Dari language and was …

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Islamic States beheaded another US hostage

Steven Sotloff, the US journalist who was held hostage by the militants of so called Islamic State, was beheaded and a video showing the brutality has been appeared on internet by the rebels. 31 year old Steven Sotloff was abducted in Syria in 2013. He appeared in a video posted …

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The sailing stones mystery of Death Valley is seemed to have been solved

There are a few age-old mysteries in this world with theories behind them that don’t have sinister undertones. Instead of attributing them to aliens, the paranormal, or time travel, the unsolved mysteries are examined in a more scientific light. One of these age-old mysteries, the sailing stones of Death Valley, …

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Valley of women: Noiva do Cordeiro

Noiva do Cordeiro, south eastern Brazilian town, a completely women dominated valley feels alone and demands single men to marry them. It looks like a tale but is a fact that in Brazil, there is a town hidden in the rolling hills, populated by only the beautiful women who are …

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Beware to mess with British born Ambreen Sadiq

The first British Muslim female boxer, Ambreen Sadiq, not only won the National Boxing Championship but dare enough to face bravely the prejudice, racist and life threats from Muslim community. In 2009, a Muslim school girl made headlines after winning a National Boxing Championship in just second bout when she …

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Pak-India to resolve issues through talks: UN Chief

NEW YORK: UN Chief Ban Ki-moon has asked India and Pakistan to fix their disputes peacefully and through dialogues, against the setting of abandonment of foreign secretary level talks between the two nations and continued ceasefire violations along border posts. “The Secretary-General calls on both sides to solve the issues …

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Obama orders American Forces to air-spy over Syria

WASHINGTON DC: to observe the activities of Islamic States of Iraq and Syria, American President has directed US forces to keep surveillance over Syria. According to a foreign news agency, which claimed in accordance with the American officials, that Obama has orders the US forces to keep an eye on …

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Iraq conflict: UN concerns of possible massacre in Amerli

The UN has asked for a preventive action, predicting concerns for a possible massacre in the northern Iraqi town of Amerli. Special representative Nickolay Mladenov says he is “seriously alarmed” by the reports regarding the conditions in which the town’s residents live. The town which has been completely governed by …

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Libya: Nearly 200 more Pakistanis have been brought back through a special flight

ISLAMABAD: A special PIA flight sent to Tripoli on Friday has brought 200 standard Pakistanis from Libya. Foreign Office Spokesperson Tasneem Aslam said that 509 Pakistanis had been previously withdrawn from the country, because of the safety circumstances, through a special 747 flight. Regardless of the testing circumstances in Libya, …

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Nawaz Sharif elected by public, any undemocratic change will not be supported: US

WASHINGTON: America has once again said that it is working with Nawaz government and so will continue. During a press briefing the spokesperson of Foreign Office Marie Harf said that Nawaz Sharif has been elected for the office through proper channel. That is why an unconstitutional method should be avoided …

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