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obama
Obama shouts at crowd to defend Trump supporter at rally

Fayetteville (US), Nov 5: US President Barack Obama defended a supporter of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump as the crowd at a Democratic...
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Hindu villages come under attack in Bangladesh

Dhaka, Nov 5: Four days after Hindu temples and houses were attacked in Bangladesh’s Brahmanbaria district, extremists targeted the minority communi...
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IS chief Baghdadi escapes Iraqi Army's final assault: UK

London, Nov 4: Islamic State's reclusive chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has escaped from the terrorist group's stronghold of Mosul as the Iraqi Army advan...
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UK announces new visa crackdown on non-EU nationals

London, Nov 4: In a crackdown to curb its soaring immigration figures, the UK government has announced changes to its visa policy for non-EU nationals...
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fuelfromsewa
New way to turn sewage into biofuel within minutes!

Washington, Nov 3: Sewage treatment plants may soon turn human waste into fuel, thanks to a new technology that mimics the conditions the Earth uses t...
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obama5
US election 2016: Barack Obama tells voters 'the fate of the Republic rests on you'

North Carolina, Nov 3: President Barack Obama pressed Democrats black and white to vote in droves for Hillary Clinton Wednesday, warning Donald Trump ...
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china
All 33 workers trapped after explosion in China mine found dead

Beijing, Nov 2: All 33 miners missing after a colliery explosion in China earlier this week have been confirmed dead, state media reported Wednesday, ...
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nawaz
Panama Papers scandal: Pakistan SC orders corruption probe against Nawaz Sharif

Islamabad, Nov 2: In a jolt to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, the Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered a probe into the Panama Papers scandal invol...
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hillary-clinton
New polls show tight Clinton-Trump presidential race

Washington, Oct 31: Hillary Clinton holds a slim lead over Donald Trump, a new national poll shows just over a week before the epic US presidential el...
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obama
Obama celebrates Diwali, lights first-ever diya in Oval Office

Washington, Oct 31: US President Barack Obama has celebrated Diwali by lighting the first-ever diya in the Oval Office of the White House and hoped th...
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Hillary Clinton's troubles escalate as FBI to review new emails

Washington, Oct 31: Over 650,000 emails have been found on a laptop shared by Hillary Clinton's close aide and her husband as the Democratic presiden...
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FBI move 'unprecedented', 'deeply troubling': Hillary Clinton

Daytona Beach (US), Oct 30: Hillary Clinton today called "unprecedented" and "deeply troubling" the FBI's decision to re-open its investigation into t...
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Clinton Campaign doubts FBI motive, seeks more info

Washington, Oct 29: Stunned by FBI's decision to re-open its investigation into Hillary Clinton's email scandal, her campaign has raised serious doubt...
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bob
Bob Dylan accepts Nobel, says it left him 'speechless'

London, Oct 29: Bob Dylan has finally accepted his Nobel prize for literature, the Swedish Academy that awards it has said, breaking his silence on th...
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Michelle
Clinton 'absolutely ready' to be commander-in-chief: Michelle

Washington, Oct 28: Hillary Clinton is "absolutely ready" to be the US' commander-in-chief on day one as the Democratic presidential nominee and forme...
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hijab
Muslim woman sues US firm for rejecting job due to hijab

Chicago, Oct 27: A Muslim woman has sued a security company in the US for discrimination, alleging that the firm rejected her for employment because o...
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abdul
Pak says espionage charges against its official 'false'

Islamabad, Oct 27: Pakistan today deplored India declaring its High Commission staffer in New Delhi as persona non-grata for espionage activities, te...
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italy
Strong earthquakes hit central Italy; no deaths reported

Rome, Oct 27: Two strong earthquakes rocked a wide area of central Italy on Wednesday, striking fear among residents rattled by a deadly tremor in Aug...
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Sharbat
Nat Geo's 'Afghan girl' arrested in Pak for fraud

Peshawar, Oct 26: Sharbat Gula, the famed green-eyed 'Afghan girl' who was immortalised in 1985 when the National Geographic magazine published her ha...
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terrorists
Terrorists kill 30 in central Afghanistan

Kabul, Oct 26: Militants linked to the Islamic State group killed around 30 civilians, including children, in the central Afghan province of Ghor, the...
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Battle for Mosul sparks Iraq-Turkey rivalry

Oct 25: A dispute between Iraq and Turkey has emerged as a dramatic geopolitical sideshow to the complicated military campaign to retake Mosul, Iraq...
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norway
Norway Muslims demand minister’s resignation after pork post

Norway, Oct 24: Norway’s integration minister has been widely mocked and asked to "reconsider her position" after telling the country’s Muslims to...
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crashes
Plane crashes after take-off in Malta, at least five dead

Valletta, Oct 24: A light aircraft crashed shortly after take-off from Malta on Monday, killing at least five people on board in the island nation’s...
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Hezbollah
Will remain in Syria until final victory: Hezbollah

Lebanon, Oct 24: The secretary general of the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement says the group’s fighters will remain in neighboring Syria unti...
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desai
Indian doc accused of crimes, becomes World Medical Association Prez

New Delhi, 22: The World Medical Association (WMA), the top medical-ethics body, on Friday installed an Indian doctor facing corruption charges as its...
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obama
WikiLeaks 'reveals' President Obama's personal emails

Washington, Oct 22: WikiLeaks has revealed US President Barack Obama's private email address by publishing hacked emails, in another potentially embar...
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Iran deal stupidest of all time, Trump says

Jeddah, Oct 21: Leading experts in Arab affairs, columnists and journalists feel that the race for the American presidential elections remains wide op...
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'Calls to boycott Chinese goods in India won't have political effect

Beijing, Oct 20: A campaign to boycott Chinese goods in India due to differences over India's bid for NSG membership and UN ban on JeM chief Masood Az...
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Trump
Trump denies groping claims, says Hillary manufactured them

Nevada, Oct 20: Donald Trump on Wednesday rejected allegations that he has groped several women, accusing Hillary Clinton of manufacturing the charges...
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NASA probe beams back ultraviolet images of Martian atmosphere

Washington, Oct 18: In a first, NASA's MAVEN spacecraft has beamed back ultraviolet images of Mars that unveils dynamic, previously invisible activiti...
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15-year-old Gujarat boy shot dead in US

Vadodara, Oct 18: A 15-year-old boy having his family roots in Anand district's Demol village was shot dead by an armed robber in Cleveland Heights in...
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trump
Clinton takes near unbeatable lead over Trump: poll

Washington, Oct 18: Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee, has a nine-point lead over her Republican rival Donald Trump, according to a...
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HOUTHI
Houthi attacks blamed on US inaction

Jeddah, Oct 17: The Houthi militias, which are backed by Iran, have — for the third time in less than a week — attacked US Navy in the strategic ...
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Raheel
General Raheel Sharif to be elevated as Field Marshal?

Islamabad, Oct 16: A proposal to elevate Pakistan's Army chief General Raheel Sharif to the rank of Field Marshal has reached the Islamabad High Court...
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dt
Either we win election or we are going to lose country: Trump

Washington, Oct 15: Asserting that the US cannot afford to have another four years of Obama Administration, Republican presidential nominee Donald Tru...
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modi
PM Modi's Ravana terrorism comment draws ire in Sri Lanka

Colombo, Oct 14: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's comment that Ravana was the new form of terrorism has drawn fire from Ravana followers in Sri Lanka. ...
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donald
NYT says no libel, no retraction, no apology for Trump story

Washington, Oct 14: The New York Times has rejected Donald Trump's claim the newspaper had libeled the Republican presidential nominee, saying its sto...
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Michelle
Michelle Obama slams Trump, calls his lewd remarks 'demeaning'

Washington, Oct 14: US First Lady Michelle Obama has launched a scathing attack on Donald Trump over his "demeaning" remarks about women, saying the R...
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bob-dylan
US songwriter Bob Dylan wins Nobel Literature Prize

Stockholm, Oct 13: American music legend Bob Dylan today won the Nobel Literature Prize, the first songwriter to win the prestigious award and an anno...
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thai
Thai king Adulyadej dies after 7-decade long reign

Bangkok, Oct 13: Thailand's revered King Bhumbol Adulyadej passed away today, the palace announced, ending a remarkable seven-decade reign as the worl...
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SAARC2
SAARC has not lived up to its potential: White House

Washington, Oct 13: SAARC has not lived up to its potential, a top White House official said and "regretted" that the regional summit has to be postpo...
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New US Prez should meet Modi in 100 days: US think tank

Washington, Oct 13: With just 100 days left in Barack Obama's presidency, a top American think-tank has suggested the new US president should meet Pri...
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trump
5 women accuse Donald Trump of groping, sexual harassment

New York, Oct 13: Donald Trump is in the eye of a storm after at least five women accused him of sexual assault and harassment, threatening the Republ...
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pak
Pak seeks bigger SAARC to counter India's influence

Islamabad, Oct 12: Pakistan is exploring the possibility of creating a greater South Asian economic alliance to include China, Iran and neighbouring C...
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hc
Don't put a climate denier in White House: Clinton tells US

Washington, Oct 12: Challenging her rival Donald Trump's assertion that climate change is a hoax, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has ...
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ashoora
Kabul: Gunmen kill 14 in attack on Shiites marking Ashura

Kabul, Oct 12: Gunmen targeted Shiite pilgrims in Kabul late today, killing at least 14 people as they gathered to celebrate Ashura, one of the most i...
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ca
Dawn journalist Cyril Almeida barred from leaving Pakistan

Islamabad, Oct 11: A prominent journalist has been barred from leaving Pakistan after he reported on a suspected rift between civilian and military le...
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us
'Presidential debate showes two visions of US'

Jeddah, Oct 11: The second US presidential debate on Sunday between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton left Arab analysts astonished “as it displayed ...
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ma
Ready for consensus on NSG, opposed to U.N. ban on Azhar: China

Beijing, Oct 10: Ahead of President Xi Jinping’s visit to India, China on Monday said it is “ready” for talks with India on its entry into the N...
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modixi
Ready for consensus NSG but opposed to UN ban on Azhar: China

Beijing, Oct 10: Ahead of President Xi Jinping's visit to India, China today said it is "ready" for talks with India on its entry into the NSG but def...
 
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