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France adopts law on asylum, immigration

AFP | France's parliament Wednesday signed into law a controversial asylum and immigration bill -- despite opposition on the left which decried an effort to...

Trump, Italy’s Conte cement populist front

AFP | US President Donald Trump traded smiles, handshakes and compliments with Italy's populist leader Giuseppe Conte Monday, as the two rightists presented a united...

In Italy’s Conte, Trump sees a like-minded European

AFP | US President Donald Trump receives Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte on Monday, welcoming to the White House a European populist with like-minded views...

A hat trick for Trump’s presidential legacy

M.K Bhadrakumar | It is clear by now that US President Donald Trump’s remark on Thursday as he was setting out for the Group of...

Manifold challenges lie ahead after FATA merger with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa –...

Rustam Shah Mohmand | At long last Pakistan’s tribal areas have finally been incorporated as an integral part of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. The area...

Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh to marry on Nov 10th

News Desk | The Bollywood celebrities Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone are set to tie the knot on November 10th, 2018. A close source from...

From beep to boom: Europe hears call of Chinese phones

AFP | China's smartphone makers have long been confined to their enormous local market but this is fast changing, with a growing number of western...

Chinese-owned Mediapro grab French football TV rights in mega 1bn euro...

AFP | Chinese-owned Mediapro crashed French football's television rights party in style Tuesday, snapping up the right to broadcast Ligue 1 matches domestically for the...

Defense cooperation between Pakistan and Italy on the rise

News Analysis | General Zubair Mahmood Hayat, Chairman JCS Committee, is on an official visit to Italy called by  General Claudio Graziano, Chief of...

What’s stopping two Italy parties from forming a government?

AFP | Italy's anti-establishment Five Star Movement (M5S) and the far-right League party are laboring to agree on a coalition government, with stark policy differences...

Germany’s Syria Strategy

Trivun Sharma | On Saturday 14th April, US President Donald Trump made headlines with his decision to strike Syria over the alleged use of chemical weapons...

International Community needs to unite to end Afghan war

Asia Maqsood | A declaration calling for an ‘Afghan-led and Afghan-owned’ peace process has been adopted in two-day mega international meeting on March 26-27, 2018...

China woos Europe through massive investments

News Desk | China’s Belt & Road initiative is a strategic project having great significance for China. China’s state-owned companies are turning this idea into...

Pakistan issues visa on arrival to tourists from ‘friendly’ countries

News Analysis | In light of increasing tourism and a much better security situation, the government of Pakistan has decided to issues visa on arrival...

Aziz Ansari becomes first South Asian male to win Golden Globe

News Desk | Aziz Ansari became the first male Asian actor to win a Golden Globe award for best actor in a comedy series on...

Shunning IMF for Sukkuk is politics at play

Waqas Shabbir | The growing twin deficit is taking a toll on Pakistan’s over-stretched finances. The struggling treasury is desperate to secure funds to avoid...

Virat Kohli-Anushka Sharma Wedding: The union that every soul desires

News Desk | Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma and Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli finally tied the knot on Monday 12th December in a destination wedding...

‘Saawan’ wins best foreign film award at American film festival

News Desk | Director Farhan Alam clinched another victory for 'Saawan' after the movie bagged the award for Best Foreign Film at the 11th Annual...

Canada enters the age of “Hijab Phobia”

Shiffa Yousafzai | The Western debate about Muslim women wearing “Hijab” and “Niqab” is not new and people, on both sides of the divide, have been...

Migrant crisis: Europe reaps what US foreign policy had sown

Raja Waqas Shabbir | The emergence of Islamic fundamentalism and hate against the 'Collective Western meddling' in the affairs of the Muslim countries, in particular,...

Does the growth in FDI depict the true picture of Pakistan’s...

News Analysis | In contradiction to the current debate bashing Pakistan economy for its poor performance, State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) released its report on Wednesday....

Why Photos of the Eiffel Tower at Night are Illegal

You can’t take pictures of the Eiffel Tower at night  The ban has been in place for a while now, but as France becomes more aggressive...

Brexit: Fight of ‘common British people’ against ‘global elite’

Simon Jeff | On June 23rd, 2016 the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union 52% to 48% with a majority of 1.2 million...

Fake News: an age old phenomenon

Pope Francis shocks world, endorses Donald Trump for president." “Clinton's assistant J. W. McGill is found dead.” “‘Tens of thousands’ of fraudulent Clinton votes found in...

Refugees are helping others in their situation as social entrepreneurs

While on the run from war, persecution and natural disasters, refugees are actually helping others in their situation. They are creating organizations and enterprises...

Increasing foreign debts: When will Pakistan be truly ‘independent’?

Rida Hussain | Pakistan soon would be marking the 70th year of its independence and within these 70 years, Pakistan has gone through a roller...

Angela Merkel’s warning: Will the US & Europe grow apart under...

Europe “must take its fate into its own hands” warned German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Europe’s most powerful and experienced statesman, was reacting to the...

US Secretary of State’s visit to Moscow: new friendship or false...

M. K. Bhadrakumar | The early reports on the US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s talks in Moscow on Wednesday have a positive ring but...

Italy’s Premier, Matteo Renzi, Says He’ll Resign After Reform Rejected

ROME — Italy plunged into political and economic uncertainty early Monday as Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said he would resign after voters decisively rejected...

Results of an innocent looking referendum in Italy may jolt the...

Samina Tippu | Italian public would be voting, on Dec. 4, in a referendum to approve of a bill of political reforms presented by Italian...

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