Pakistan was founded on 14 August 1947 after winning its freedom from Great Britain, most ...

Asia

A severe cyclone named Mora hits the South Eastern coastal areas of Bangladesh, which brought speedy winds and heavy rainfall in the area, at least 1 million people had been shifted to the safe places. The storm made ...
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World

Manuel Noriega, the former Panamanian dictator and convicted drug trafficker who was once one of Central America’s most notorious military strongmen, has died, according to a tweet by Panama’s President Juan Carlos Varela on his verified Twitter account. ...
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World

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has asked Pope Francis to apologise for the role of the Catholic Church in a Canadian school system where indigenous children were abused for decades. The PM met the pontiff at the Vatican ...
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Asia

Indonesian police on Monday nominated an Islamist leader as a central suspect who used to exchange of pornographic messages and photos, a new legal threat to a cleric who helped organize mass Muslim rallies against Jakarta’s former Christian ...
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Middle East

UN official in Iraq reveals that in the series of final attacks over Mosul city by Iraqi forces to target the ISIS militants, the most affected are the civilians. Iraq the UN coordinator Lise Grande told media that ...
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North-Korea-Missile
Asia

North Korea has test fired a short-range ballistic missile, the third successful test launch during last three weeks. The Scud missile travelled around 450km (280 miles) before falling into Japanese sea, for which Japan strongly condemned the act ...
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Manchester attacks
United Kingdom

MI5 is to hold an inquiry against the allegation that it dealt at least three warnings from the public that the Manchester suicide bomber, Salman Abedi, was a potential threat. British officials said that the domestic intelligence agency ...
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US-Troops-Afghanistan
United States

Reports revealed that the US military officials and the Foreign Ministry has suggested to add another 3000 troops of army in Afghanistan, for the battle against militant groups of Taliban. According to the recent recommendations of these US ...
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Europe

An Indonesian court has found Jakarta’s Christian governor guilty of blasphemy and sentenced him to two years in prison, in after a trial he faced in Indonesia the world’s largest Muslim-majority country. Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, also known as ...
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