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Indian race-car driver, wife killed in car crash: police

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CHENNAI (AFP) – An Indian race-car driver and his wife were killed early Saturday after their BMW crashed into a tree and burst into flames in southern India, police said. Driver Ashwin Sundar and his wife Nivedhitha were on their way home when their car swerved out of control and …

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Football: Stage set for ‘classic’ as Real draw Bayern

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NYON (AFP) – Holders Real Madrid will face Bayern Munich and a reunion with “master” Carlo Ancelotti after Zinedine Zidane got his wish and avoided Leicester City in Friday s Champions League quarter-final draw. Leicester will play Atletico Madrid — “a massive challenge,” said Leicester manager Craig Shakespeare — and the …

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Trump administration appeals block of revised travel ban

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WASHINGTON (AFP) – The Trump administration on Friday appealed a Maryland court s block of its revised travel ban, aiming to reinstate the temporary halt to immigrants and visitor arrivals from six majority Muslim countries. The Justice Department filed a notice of appeal with the district court in Greenbelt, Maryland, two …

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King Salman ends Asia tour, returns to Saudi Arabia: agency

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(Reuters) – Saudi Arabia’s King Salman, who was on an official tour in Asia, has left China to head back to his kingdom, the state news agency SPA reported on Friday. Saudi Arabia’s octogenarian monarch, who has overseen the launch of an ambitious economic reform plan since his accession two …

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Man shot dead at Paris Orly airport after taking soldier’s gun: official

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from a soldier, the interior ministry said. Witnesses said the airport was evacuated following the shooting at around 8:30am (0730GMT). The man fled into a shop at the airport before he was shot dead, an interior ministry spokesman told AFP. He said there were no people were wounded in the …

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Iraq forces seize ground in Mosul Old City

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MOSUL (AFP) – Iraqi forces said Friday they had seized ground inside Mosul s Old City, a district expected to see some of the fiercest clashes in the battle for the jihadist stronghold. An operation began on February 19 to retake Mosul s west, the last major Islamic State group urban bastion …

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Four killed, eight injured in road accident near Chiniot

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At least four people were killed and eight seriously injured when a passanger van collided with a car on Faisalabad road,reported Dunya News. It has been reported that passenger van immediately caught fire after the collision. As a result of accident, four persons including a woman died at the spot …

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Multan: Business community protests against lawlessness

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A protest demonstration was held on kachari road Multan by the business community as they were protesting against the state of lawlessness prevailing in the city. According to Dunya News, a large number of folks from the business community were present during demonstration and chanted slogans against police. The protestors …

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NADRA demands Rs 10 per SMS for census data verification

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It was reported on Saturday that National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) demanded Rs 10 per SMS for verification of data collected through nationwide census 2017. The authority’s database contains about 130 million people. Considering the large number, it has demanded a hefty sum of money for data verification.

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Sattar should be believed about separation with London: Khurshid Shah

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– Opposition Leader in National Assembly Syed Khurshid Shah has on Saturday said that Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Dr Farooq Sattar should be believed when he says that the party has parted ways with London, reported Dunya News. Talking to media, Khurshid Shah said that Farooq Sattar’s arrest was …

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