Trudeau's cabinet shuffle shows where Liberals think 2019 election will be decided

Posted In: News Date:Jul 19th, 2018

Not everything that happens in Ottawa is about the next federal election. But a lot of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's moves in Wednesday's cabinet shuffle sure look like they were tailor-made with ...

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Michelle Obama teams up with Tom Hanks, Lin-Manuel Miranda for voter registration drive

Posted In: News Date:Jul 19th, 2018

Former first lady Michelle Obama is teaming up with a host of celebrities to launch a new voter registration initiative ahead of the midterm elections.

The new nonprofit, "When We All Vote, ...

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Priyanka Chopra was considered "too dark" to be crowned Miss India

Posted In: News Date:Jul 19th, 2018

Priyanka Chopra: The Incredible Story of a Global Bollywood Star, the  Read More

'Teefa in Trouble' first Pakistani film to be released in 25 countries, including Russia

Posted In: News Date:Jul 19th, 2018

Teefa in Trouble, Pakistan’s biggest and most expensive film is all set to be released worldwide tomorrow. 

Ahead of the release of the rom-com action film, lead actor Ali Zafar ...

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New Global Slavery Report Says North Korea Has More Than 2.6 Million 'Modern Slaves'

Posted In: News Date:Jul 19th, 2018

One out of 10 North Koreans is considered a victim of modern slavery according to estimates in a new report released on Thursday.

The Washington Post reported that 2.6 million people are li ...

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US intelligence documents on Nelson Mandela made public

Posted In: News Date:Jul 19th, 2018

Thousands of pages of US intelligence documents on Nelson Mandela were made public on Wednesday, revealing that Washington continued to monitor the South African anti-apartheid hero as a potential ...

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Pakistan responds to reports of opening of ‘Free Balochistan Office’ in New Delhi by India

Posted In: News Date:Jul 19th, 2018

Foreign Office Thursday responding to reports of opening of ‘Free Balochistan Office’ in New Delhi, saying Indian interference in Pakistan was an established fact and indicated its hege ...

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Obama makes veiled attack on Trump in speech to remember Mandela

Posted In: News Date:Jul 18th, 2018

Obama made no direct reference to his successor but warned that “politics of fear and resentment” were spreading, driven by leaders who scorned facts and told lies with an “utter ...

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Google marks Mehdi Hassan’s 91st birth anniversary with doodle

Posted In: News Date:Jul 18th, 2018

Google paid homage to the legendary Pakistani Ghazal Singer, Shahenshah-e-Ghazal Mehdi Hassan, on his 91st birthday through a doodle.

It is Google’s way to honor a person by showing i ...

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Ali Zafar addresses Meesha Shafi's sexual harassment claims in BBC interview

Posted In: News Date:Jul 18th, 2018

In an interview with BBC Asian Network, the Channo singer spoke with Haroon Rahid about the allegations levied against him

"People will find out in time. With time everything comes out and ...

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Pakistan, UN disappointed by Indian response to Kashmir report

Posted In: News Date:Jul 18th, 2018

Backing the United Nations’ report on Kashmir, Pakistan expressed disappointment on New Delhi’s dismissal of grave human rights violations in Indian-occupied Kashmir (IOK) on Wednesday. ...

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Venezuela's president: Africa won World Cup

Posted In: News Date:Jul 18th, 2018

Africa won the football World Cup for France, and Europe should end discrimination against immigrants, Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro has said.

Speaking in the capital, Caracas, state ...

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Canada should help Holocaust denier on trial in Germany: civil liberties group

Posted In: News Date:Jul 18th, 2018

A civil liberties group is urging the Canadian government to end the "unjust and immoral" imprisonment of Monika Schaefer, a German-Canadian woman on trial in Germany for publishing videos denying ...

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Prosecutor Says Gun Rights Advocate Maria Butina Had Ties To Russian Intelligence Agency

Posted In: News Date:Jul 18th, 2018

Maria Butina, the Russian woman who was arrested earlier this week on charges of being a foreign agent, had ties and was in contact with Russian intelligence operatives while in the United States, ...

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Trump Says Putin Meeting Went 'Even Better' Than NATO In The Face of Growing Outrage

Posted In: News Date:Jul 17th, 2018

President Donald Trump said his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki was "even better" than meeting NATO allies last week, according to The Washington Post.

Trump sent ...

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