Energized Against Donald Trump, Democrats Have Now Reached +14 In Midterm Advantage

Posted In: News Date:Sep 4th, 2018

In fact, 60 percent of registered voters say they’d rather see the next Congress controlled by the Democrats, as a check on Trump, than by the GOP, to support Trump’s agenda, the report ...

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Turkey draws closer to EU amid worsening ties with US

Posted In: News Date:Sep 3rd, 2018

ANKARA - As the Turkish-US ties remain deeply strained, Ankara's relationship with Europe is steadily warming, where cooperation seems to have taken the upper hand over confrontation.

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Muslim student set to become first contestant to sport hijab in Miss England final

Posted In: News Date:Sep 3rd, 2018

Sara Iftekhar, a 20-year-old Muslim woman, is set to become the first beauty queen to participate in Miss England finals donning a hijab, Daily Mirror reported.

Iftekhar will represent repr ...

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Celebs speak about depression, bullying after Anam Tanoli's suicide

Posted In: News Date:Sep 3rd, 2018

Twenty six-year-old model Anam Tanoli’s tragic passing this week has initiated a conversation regarding mental health. The starlet reportedly committed suicide after suffering from depression ...

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India building world’s biggest statue taller than China’s Spring Temple Buddha

Posted In: News Date:Sep 3rd, 2018

SARDAR SAROVAR DAM: The world’s biggest statue is rising in a remote corner of India to honour an independence hero but it could quickly be outdone by a monument to a Hindu warrior king in th ...

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Canada leaks sewage into the Niagara River too, says American official

Posted In: News Date:Sep 3rd, 2018

Ontario has sewage overflows that spill into the Niagara River too, says the chair of a water board in Niagara Falls, N.Y., adding that they're almost as bad as the American leaks, just less visibl ...

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Japan claims China ‘escalating’ military actions

Posted In: News Date:Sep 3rd, 2018

TOKYO: Japan’s defense chief on Monday warned the country faces a tough security environment, with China and Russia stepping up military activity and North Korea posing “imminent threat ...

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PTI to approve Pakistan’s first ‘National Wildlife Policy’ soon

Posted In: News Date:Sep 3rd, 2018

Advisor to Prime Minister on climate change, Malik Amin Aslam said Monday first ever National Wildlife policy draft would be soon submitted to cabinet for approval.

He said this in a meetin ...

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Trump meeting with North Korea was 'failed summit' that was 'all about show': Panetta

Posted In: News Date:Sep 2nd, 2018

A former defense secretary and CIA director under President Obama said he is "very worried" about the situation with North Korea following President Trump and Kim Jong Un's "failed summit" that was ...

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Chemnitz: Nine people injured after far-right protesters clash with police in Germany

Posted In: News Date:Sep 2nd, 2018

At least nine people were injured as far right protesters clashed with police in the eastern German city of Chemnitz where tensions have risen since an Iraqi and Syrian were arrested over a fatal s ...

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Sharmeen Obaid aims to educate Pakistani women about their legal rights in new latest short film

Posted In: News Date:Sep 2nd, 2018

Two-time Academy Award winner Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy has launched a new animated short Aagahi which aims to educated women in the country about the rights they hold.

Aagahi which literally t ...

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Priyanka Chopra’s future father-in-law Paul Jonas’ company in debt, files for bankruptcy, says report

Posted In: News Date:Sep 2nd, 2018

A real estate company of Paul Jonas, father of American singer Nick Jonas and future father-in-law of actor Priyanka Chopra, is in deep debt.

According to a report in TMZ, Paul’s comp ...

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Pakistan plants 1.5 million trees for a greener future

Posted In: News Date:Sep 2nd, 2018

Maintaining together with his promise of planting 10 billion bushes in Pakistan, Prime Minister Imran Khan’s authorities launched a one-day plantation marketing campaign known as ‘Plant ...

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The Rohingya crisis, a year on: four generations of one family on life in limbo

Posted In: News Date:Sep 2nd, 2018

Zaheda is worrying about her daughters. At 20 and 18, respectively, Gulsar and Abeda should be married by now, but life is not as it should be. It hasn’t been since they fled their homes with ...

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Saudi students file for asylum in Canada as deadline to return home passes

Posted In: News Date:Sep 2nd, 2018

As the Aug. 31 deadline for Saudi students to leave Canada passes, at least 20 students are filing asylum claims in an attempt to stay in the country.

Omar Abdulaziz, a prominent Montreal-b ...

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