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Taliban leader Mullah Mohammed Omar is dead: Afghanistan government

Taliban leader Mullah Mohammed Omar is dead: Afghanistan government

Ju y 29, Kabul: Mullah Mohammed Omar, leader of the Afghan Taliban died two or three years ...

Pakistan police kill leader of Lashkar-e-Jhangvi group Malik Ishaq

Pakistan police kill leader of Lashkar-e-Jhangvi group Malik Ishaq

July 29, Kabul: The head of the banned group Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, Malik Ishaq, was killed by Pakistani police as he ...

White House rejects petition to pardon Snowden

White House rejects petition to pardon Snowden

July 29, New York: The US administration rejects the petition to pardon Edward Snowden for leaking US ...

Planned gay parade in Muslim area criticizes

Planned gay parade in Muslim area criticizes

July 29, Stockholm: The gay parade that is to be organised in July 29 in a large Muslim population ...

Israeli High Court decision to demolish illegal buildings in West Bank invited protests

Israeli High Court decision to demolish illegal buildings in West...

July 29, Jerusalem: The execution of Israeli High court decision to demolish illegal buildings in the occupied ...

Windows 10 launches globally

Windows 10 launches globally

July 29, New Work: A software “Windows 10″ has launched globally on Wednesday. It is the company’s attempt ...

 
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July 29, New York: The US administration rejects the petition to pardon Edward Snowden for leaking US government...[ ] Full article
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July 29, Stockholm: The gay parade that is to be organised in July 29 in a large Muslim population in Sweden draws...[ ] Full article
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July 29, Jerusalem: The execution of Israeli High court decision to demolish illegal buildings in the occupied West...[ ] Full article
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July 29, New York: An Egyptian court is scheduled to issue a verdict on Thursday in the retrial of Al-Jazeera journalists Mohamed Fadel Fahmy, Baher Mohamed, and Peter Greste. Greste is being tried in absentia. A court in February ordered the retrial because of lack of evidence leading to the journalists’ conviction of “conspiring with the Muslim Brotherhood,” which the government has banned, according to news reports. The Committee to...[ ] Full article
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Stop killing “dissent” in Bangladesh Killing bloggers in Bangladesh is killing change Das, a Bangladeshi...[ ] Full article
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Addressing thousands of foreign guests and veterans, Putin chose to ignore the boycott, thanking Britain, France and...[ ] Full article
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Thor Halvorssen’s deep engagement in the complicated and often dizzying politics of global human rights has put him...[ ] Full article
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By Kaveh Taheri Iran nuclear deal outlined, but discord appears over details within 24 hours. Statements issued by foreign ministries of Iran and the United states provided us much to make us believe the Lausanne deal has hit the snag. Iran has evaded to clarify its nuclear program during twelve years of hide-and-seek, as International community has expressed concerns. The officials have claimed the nuclear program is for medical purpose which has been frequently...[ ] Full article

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