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A 248 KG boy fetched out of his flat after 3 years

Advertisements  A Chinese boy brought out of his flat after a gap of 3 years. Advertisements Hang, is only 20 years old young boy from Chinese province of Liaoning. Last time, he was seen in fresh air when he was 17 after that he started gaining weight and losing the …

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4 Lankan Muslims killed in anti Muslim violence

Police arrested 49 people after deadly sectarian violence targeting Muslim population was spur in southern coastal region in Sri Lanka. Nearly 49 Buddhists and Muslims were arrested during a police crackdown in the southern resort towns, where 4 Muslims have been killed and several shops and homes were set to …

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Prince Zeid the first Arab to become UN’s new human rights chief

UN ambassador of Jordan, Prince Zeid Ra’ad Zeid al-Hussein, has become the first Muslim Arab holding the office of United Nations High Commission for Human Right. The 193-member UN General Assembly approved Jordan’s permanent representative in UN, Prince Zeid Ra’ad Zeid al-Hussein, as its human rights high commissioner based in …

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Oslo Imam wounded in axe attack

Oslo imam survived in axe attack the imam of Oslo’s central mosque survived after a masked goon attacked him with a small axe on Monday. On his return to home from the Central Jamaat Ahle Sunnat mosque late on Monday, Nehma Ali Shah was attacked by a masked man with …

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Washington urgently deploys 275 army men against ISIS in Iraq

 The US is urgently deploying up to 275 army personnel in Iraq to guard the US embassy and other US personnel as Baghdad is struggling to keep rampant insurgency, the white house says. 170 of those forces have already arrived where as 100 are ready to response if ordered, a …

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11 tourist are killed in road accident in northern India

 Killing of 11 tourist are reported when a bus slipped into a gorge in Himalayan mountains near Himachal and injuring 40 A tourist bus has fallen into a gorge in Himalayan region, killing 11 tourist and injuring 40 in northern India. “All the 11 dead are tourists, the toll could …

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7 years prison for forcing UK national into marriage

 A new law approved in the UK with a punishment of up to 7 years prison if a UK national got into marriage forcibly either in UK or abroad. Earlier to this law, victims were to give preventive civil order against their unwilling wedding. Now, the legislation will build confidence …

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Islamist raided Kenya town killing 48 people

 At least 48 people, watching FIFA matches, have killed in a series of attack by Somali Islamist militants Al Shabab in Kenyan coastal town set fire on police station and hotels, officials say. Eyewitnesses from Mpeketoni told the shooting started when the town residents were watching football matches and remained …

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Washington signals Tehran’s cooperation against ISIS

 US to open direct talk with Iran on how the two rivals may counter the uprising of the radical Sunni militia ISIS, claiming mass execution of Shiite Iraqi soldiers in Tikrit with a warning of more killings to come. This shift in stance, comes as US President Barack Obama considering …

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Significance of Men’s Health Week for Pakistan

National Men’s Health week is observed, from 9th to 15th June, around the world. Six men’s health organizations held a meeting at Vienna, Austria in 2002, which initiated the observance of this week. The focus is on the awareness aimed at the betterment of man’s intellectual, physical, sexual, and psychological …

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Muslim-Buddhists collision caused Curfew in Sri Lanka

Two southern towns in Sri Lanka have been given under army control after spar in Buddhists and Muslims. The current violence occurred due to a Buddhist rally in Aluthgama in which several residents have been wounded, shops burned and stones thrown at Buddhist activist attending the rally. The curfew then …

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Job insecurities make 10,000 susceptible to Suicidal Actions

 The recession in Europe and North America caused 10,000 extra suicides, according to the finding from the British researchers. The British journal of Psychiatry published a study which shows, “Suicides have risen markedly”. More lives could have been saved following the countries like Sweden, Austria and Finland where suicide rate …

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Rohani ready to help Iraq

Iran offers to control ISIS in Iraq Iran is ready to help Iraqi government for its fight to freed ISIS, Al Qaida supported sunni insurgents, seized cities, President Hassan Rouhani has said. He denied that he had send his troops into Iraq to boost defense of Iraqi forces but made …

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Separatists shot down military plane in Ukraine

An army carrier have been shot down in Luhansk in eastern Ukraine, taking life of all 49 Ukrainian military men on board. The defense ministry of Ukraine confirmed that the pro-Russian freedom fighter crashed II-76 transport plane with anti-aircraft firing near Luhansk. In a statement it said “Terrorist” had “cynically …

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