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Al-Qaeda threatened Charlie Hebdo

Al-Qaeda threatens Charlie Hebdo for republishing blasphemous cartoons

Al-Qaeda has threatened French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo with a repeat of a 2015 massacre of its staff, after it republished controversial cartoons insulting...
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EU parliament removes Suu Kyi from rights prize community

The European Parliament on Thursday removed Myanmar’s civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi from the “Sakharov Prize community” because of her “acceptance” of state...
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Iran condemns sacrilegious cartoons by French magazine

Iran strongly condemned the republishing of sacrilegious caricatures insulting Islam by a notorious French magazine. The provocative move by Charlie Hebdo, a left-wing French...
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Belgium keen to expand trade, investment in Pakistan: Bronchain

Ambassador of Belgium to Pakistan Philippe Bronchain on Tuesday said that Belgium, a major European Union partner of the country, is intrigued at the...
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Spain, India crash through coronavirus milestones

Spain passed the landmark figure of 500,000 coronavirus infections on Monday as India reopened some metro lines despite becoming the world's second most affected...
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Danish politician of Pakistani descent announces new anti-racist political party

An anti-racist party, the "Independent Greens" was founded in Denmark by a group of people led by the Pakistani origin deputy Sikandar Malik Siddique,...
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European Union lauds Pakistan’s successful fight against COVID-19

European Union's ambassador to Pakistan has lauded the efforts of the Pakistani government and its people in its battle against the COVID-19 pandemic.Speaking to...
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Speaking ill of people, spreading gossip worse than COVID-19: Pope Francis

Speaking ill of other people and spreading gossip is worse than COVID-19 and satan is the worst offender of all, Pope Francis said Sunday.https://twitter.com/itspaulie8/status/1302794264955490305When...
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World ‘not yet ready’ for embryo gene-editing, say experts

Techniques to genetically-edit human embryos should not be used until they are proved to be reliable and safe, an international commission said Thursday, in...
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152mn street children face grim future without intervention, says Iranian director

It took Majid Majidi four months and nearly 4,000 auditions to find the dynamic street children stars of "Khorshid" (Sun Children), the Iranian director's...
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Scientists detect mysterious ‘intermediate mass’ black hole

Scientists announced Wednesday the discovery of a black hole -- the oldest ever detected -- that shouldn't even exist according to the current understanding...
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Pearl Harbor: what convinced the Japanese military, that it was ‘now or never’?

By 1920, America had become by far the world's richest country, whose strength held sway over much of the Western hemisphere, and was stretching...
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Pakistan condemns desecration of Holy Quran in Sweden, Norway

The Government of Pakistan on Monday strongly reacted to the recent incidents of desecration and burning of the Holy Quran in Norway and Sweden,...
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Parents, teachers worry about reopening of schools in Europe amid alarming rise in virus...

European nations are pushing ahead with reopening primary schools despite a rise in coronavirus cases, with smaller classes, shorter lessons and mask-wearing among the...
Christchurch mosque gunman

Judge calls Christchurch gunman ‘wicked,’ sentences life without parole

New Zealand mosque gunman Brenton Tarrant was sentenced to life in prison without parole Thursday for the massacre of 51 Muslim worshippers, with a...
Run for Kashmir

Pakistan launches Run for Kashmir Tele-Marathon cellphone application in Paris

Charge d’Affaires Amjad Aziz Qazi said that virtual Run for Kashmir is a global humanitarian effort aimed at creating awareness about the atrocities being...
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WHO urges collaboration in joint global vaccine bid

The WHO wrote to every country on Tuesday urging them to quickly join its global shared vaccine programme -- and spelled out who would...
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750,000 deaths later, WHO still urges hope

The World Health Organization insisted Monday there was still hope of conquering the coronavirus pandemic despite the suffering behind the looming landmarks of 750,000...
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Famous politicians of Pakistani origin around the world

Whether you are a graduate of Karachi University or the child of a bus driver, everyone has a future laden with potential and possibilities...
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France: 250 million euros emergency aid pledged for Lebanon

World leaders on Sunday pledged more than 250 million euros for disaster-struck Lebanon, conference host France said, with the emergency aid to be delivered...
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After Hagia Sophia conversion: Muslims in Athens fear reprisal over mosques

After Turkey turned Istanbul's Hagia Sophia museum back to a mosque, Muslims in Athens fear their proper place of worship, delayed for over a...
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German “Neo-Nazi” on trial finally confesses: planned politician’s murder ‘for years’

A German neo-Nazi on trial over the murder of pro-refugee politician Walter Luebcke admitted Wednesday to the killing that has shocked the nation and...
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US tech giants have Europe worried

Europe is sitting on a wealth of data that is the 21st century equivalent of a precious metal mine during the gold rush. Although...
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Melbourne sinks further into lockdown, and depression

When Katherine Reed heard Melbourne's virus-inflicted lockdown would be tightened and extend for six more weeks, she began to cry.The 32-year-old lives alone and...
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Pandemic kills the buzz: Ibiza’s nightclubs remain shut

Without its thousands of party-goers, the Hi Ibiza mega club is just a large, silent, empty hangar, as the Spanish island's iconic nightclubs remain...
German economy shrinks

German economy shrinks by record 10.1%, worst in history

The German economy shrank by a record 10.1 percent in the second quarter as coronavirus lockdowns took their toll, official data showed Thursday, but...
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Britain’s PM warns of ‘second wave’ in Europe: Spain back on quarantine list

Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned Tuesday of a "second wave" in Europe of the coronavirus as he defended a controversial decision to quarantine...
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Turkey flays Greece reaction to Hagia Sophia conversion

The Turkish Foreign Ministry on Saturday condemned statements by Greek officials and a flag-burning protest in Greece after the first Islamic prayers in nine...
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Can school temperature checks lessen coronavirus spread?

This week, most students in Melbourne and Mitchell Shire returned to remote learning for term 3.Students whose parents can’t work from home are allowed...
WHO Reject Pompeo charges

WHO: Pompeo charges are ‘untrue’ and ‘unacceptable’

The World Health Organization chief on Thursday rejected as false an allegation by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that he owed his position...

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Once upon a Virus: Chinese state media makes fun of US

Chinese state media network, has released a video that mocks the United States' coronavirus response. It tries to 'expose' and belittle Trump Administration's claims...

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