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Nagorno-Karabakh conflict: Ethnocentric attitudes encouraging negative stereotypes

 After the collapse of the Soviet Union, Nagorno-Karabakh became an autonomous region that is internationally recognized as part of Azerbaijan but is de facto...
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Should government reopen educational institutions from September 15?

Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mahmood on Thursday announced to reopen educational institutions from September 15 with strict enforcement of standard operating procedures (SOPs)....
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Turkmenistan has reported no cases of coronavirus – why?

While the rest of the world world is battling the novel coronavirus, Turkmenistan is holding a mass cycling rally to mark World Health Day...
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What happened during Australian Bushfires: Inquire!

Australia set up a national inquiry Thursday into its five-month bushfire crisis that affected three in four Australians and prompted widespread criticism of the...
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Biological Warfare: The most lethal way of fighting

Coronavirus has sent chills down the spine of the populace across the globe. It is the most lethal forum of virus which, despite untiring...
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Why hand washing really could slow down an epidemic

To prevent viral infections, doctors suggest practicing good hand hygiene. In light of the recent coronavirus outbreak, public health guidelines continue to emphasize this....
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Cyclone Tino wreaks havoc in Fiji, displacing 3,000 to shelters

Tropical Cyclone Tino caused devastation in Fiji, as it picked up strength to become a Category Three storm on Saturday. It closed in on...
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Engage Africa: Pakistan Eager to work with African Countries for Peace & Prosperity

President Dr. Arif Alvi, on Wednesday, stressed upon the need for Pakistan to boost its collaborations with the African region on areas of common...
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Two People Killed and a Hundred Homes Lost: Australia’s Bushfire

At least two people have died and 100 homes have been destroyed as an unprecedented number of bushfires tore through eastern Australia Saturday.New South...
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Countrywide Protests Held on Balochistan University’s Sexual Harassment

The students of Balochistan University continue to protest against the university administration after a series of reports harassing students emerged on media.Various student organisations...
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President Alvi to Attend Japan’s Royal Ascension Ceremony

President Arif Alvi is scheduled to undertake a five-day visit to Japan commencing from October 20th. He is embarking on the official visit to...
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Hints of Gulf rapprochement: Iranian tactics may be paying off

Op-Ed |Fears of a potential military conflict with Iran may have opened the door to a Saudi-Iranian dialogue against the backdrop of a rethink...
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Is there a conspiracy to fail the Clean Karachi Campaign?

There is a continuous speculation that some elements are doing their utmost to fail the Clean Karachi Campaign started by Minister for Maritime Affairs...
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This 16 year old is the foremost climate activist in the world

She has sparked both hope and controversy around the planet, but Greta Thunberg understood climate change at an early age and has rallied youths...
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18 – carat solid gold toilet stolen from English palace

A gang of thieves on Saturday stole an 18-carat gold toilet from an art exhibition at Britain's Blenheim Palace, police said -- causing flooding...
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Female cops under investigation for posting steamy Instagram selfies

Instagram is a widely used social media platform and people upload their daily selfies there to share with their fans and loved ones. German...
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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s account hacked, is anyone else safe?

Twitter said Friday the account of chief executive Jack Dorsey had been "compromised" after a series of erratic and offensive messages were posted.https://twitter.com/TwitterComms/status/1167528672523210752The tweets...
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Big breakthrough: Trump says he is ready to meet Rouhani

AFP |US President Donald Trump said Monday at the G7 summit that he is prepared to meet his Iranian counterpart within weeks in what...
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Iran foreign minister makes sudden appearance at G7 summit

AFP |Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif flew into Biarritz in southwestern France for the G7 summit on Sunday in a surprise attempt...
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Hindus boycott McDonald’s for selling Halal Meat in India

News Desk |McDonald's has been caught in a row after it said that it said that it only serves Halal meat to its customers....
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Germany’s Army Recruits Gamers for their skills

AFP |With a stand boasting a helicopter simulator and ultra-fast games, the Bundeswehr, Germany's army, has turned to the Gamescom fair in its bid...
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Trump responds to China tariffs with more tariffs

AFP |The United States and China exchanged blows Friday as each side increased punitive tariffs on the other, intensifying a trade war that is...
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China hits back at Trudeau for ‘irresponsible remarks’

AFP | Beijing on Thursday accused Ottawa of worsening bilateral relations after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau vowed to stand up to China amid deepening...
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Race to be held to remember Berlin Wall victims, 30 years on

AFP |Where guard towers and barbed wire once stood, runners pounded the 100-mile (160 kilometer) path along the former Berlin Wall this weekend in...
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Hong Kong protesters are “terrorist-like”: China

AFP |The pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong faces a major test this weekend as it tries to muster another huge crowd following criticism over...
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Fake Emirati princess steals €1.6mn worth of jewelry from Paris

RT |A fraud posing as a princess from the United Arab Emirates has pulled off a daring con at a high-end Paris jewelry store,...
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Dutch ban on Burqas and Niqabs shown to be impractical on first day

News Desk |First proposed by Geert Wilders, the far-right leader of the “Party for Freedom” in 2005, the burqa and niqab ban finally came...
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Afghanistan peace deal will remove thousands of US Soldiers

AFP | A proposed peace deal would see the United States withdraw thousands of troops from Afghanistan in exchange for promises from the Taliban...
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Pakistan’s toxic ‘love affair’ with plastic

AFP |From the once pristine rivers of Hindu Kush to the slums of Islamabad, Pakistan is being smothered by plastic due to a lack...
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Staying power: the world’s longest-serving leaders

AFP |Teodoro Obiang Nguema, president of Equatorial Guinea for 40 years on Saturday, is the world's longest-serving living leader apart from Britain's Queen Elizabeth...

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KP minister blasts Bilawal for ex-FATA development remarks

Taimur Khan Jhagra, Khuber Pakhtunkhwa’s Health and Finance Minister, on Sunday took to Twitter to express how PDM parties have ignored Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP)...

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