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Pakistan Not Being Isolated, Says US Lawmaker

WASHINGTON: So far, there are no indications that Pakistan is being isolated in the United States, says Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, who heads the Pakistan

India arrests 15 for cheering Pakistan in Champions Trophy

By SHERAZ KHAN UNITED KINGDOM Fifteen Muslim men have been arrested in India for allegedly shouting "anti-India and pro-Pakistan" slogans during the Champions Trophy cricket final. The

72nd anniversary of the liberation of Kysuce and the end of World War II in Europe in the Skalité

By David Sojka On April 27 2017, a memorial gathering was held in memory of the victims of World War II in the village of Skalité

Saudi Arabia grants citizenship to Dr Zakir NaiK

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia has granted citizenship to Indian Islamic scholar Dr Zakir Naik, who is believed to be currently staying in the Kingdom, The Middle

Rouhani wins presidential election, says Iran has chosen ´path of engagement with world

TEHRAN: Iran´s President Hassan Rouhani has won the country´s presidential election with some 57 percent of the total votes, the country´s Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmanifazli

MAJOR END OF LIFE CONFERENCES ORGANISED BY WORLD MEDICAL ASSOCIATION

Two more major conferences on end of life issues have been announced by the World Medical Association as part of a review of its policy

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