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Sunday , October 17 2021

International

India to ‘evacuate’ workers from Saudi who have lost jobs and unable to pay for flight

NEW DELHI, Aug 1, (AP): India’s government said Monday it plans to evacuate thousands of Indian workers who have lost their jobs in Saudi Arabia …

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Pakistan arrests 12 Lahore to Dubai PIA flight staff

Pakistan has arrested at least 12 staff of its national carrier following the discovery of 6 kg (13.23 lb) of heroin in the toilet of …

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Bangladesh cafe Attackers’ bodies still in morgue – Students protest rise in Islamic extremism

DHAKA, Aug 1, (Agencies): The bodies of five Islamists behind a deadly attack on a Bangladesh cafe have still not been claimed a month later, …

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Pokemon Go players ‘robbed’ at gunpoint

LONDON, July 31, (RTRS): Three teenagers playing the hit game Pokemon Go have been robbed at gunpoint in a north London park and forced to …

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Detainee in Bahrain ‘died’ of natural causes: ministry

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, July 31, (Agencies): A detainee being held in the Gulf island kingdom of Bahrain has died while in custody, authorities announced …

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Seven Pakistani extremists killed in shootout

LAHORE, Pakistan, July 31, (AFP): Seven Islamist extremists were killed in a shootout in Pakistan’s wealthy Punjab province as police raided the group suspected of …

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Saudis among 3 dead in India prison fight

GUWAHATI, India, July 30, (AFP): Three prisoners including two Saudi Arabian nationals were killed in a fight in a jail in India’s remote northeastern state …

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Belgium arrests 2 suspected of plotting attack

BRUSSELS, July 30, (AFP): Belgian police arrested two men suspected of plotting a terror attack in Belgium as Europe remained on edge Saturday following a …

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Pakistan floodwater kills 26 wedding guests

PESHAWAR, Pakistan, July 30, (AFP): At least 26 people, mostly children, were killed Saturday when a vehicle carrying wedding guests was washed off a mountainous …

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PARIS MULLS TEMPORARY BAN ON FOREIGN-FUNDED MOSQUES – No place in France for Salafism: PM

PARIS, July 29, (Agencies): France’s prime minister said Friday he would consider a temporary ban on foreign financing of mosques, urging a “new model” for …

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