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Plane crash in central Iran kills all 66 passengers on board
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Plane crash in central Iran kills all 66 passengers on board

Janet Mayson - Feb 18, 2018

Iran: A passenger plane carrying 66 people crashed in the central Iran during a flight from Tehran to southwestern City of Yasuj.All 66…

Russia, China express support for Iran’s nuclear deal amid threats from US
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Russia, China express support for Iran’s nuclear deal amid threats from US

Janet Mayson - Feb 08, 2018

Russia and China have yet again stated strongly their support for Iran’s nuclear deal with six world powers that include Moscow and Beijing,…

At least 2 killed in protests across Iran overnight
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At least 2 killed in protests across Iran overnight

Janet Mayson - Jan 01, 2018

Clash between pro- and anti-government protesters taking part in the rallies in Iran killed at two people, as reported by the local media,…

At least four PKK militants were killed in counter-terror operations by Turkish airstrike
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At least four PKK militants were killed in counter-terror operations by Turkish airstrike

Janet Mayson - Dec 30, 2017

At least four PKK militants were killed in counter-terror operations carried out in northern Iraq, the Turkish Armed Forces said Saturday in a…

Multiple airstrikes by SA kill at least five in Yemen
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Multiple airstrikes by SA kill at least five in Yemen

Janet Mayson - Dec 19, 2017

Reportedly, at least five civilians have been killed as the Saudi military aircraft bombarded at a residential area with airstrikes in the western…

US, South Korea large-scale air combat drills start amid tensions
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US, South Korea large-scale air combat drills start amid tensions

Janet Mayson - Dec 04, 2017

As the joint air force drills between the US and South Korea begins, hundreds of warplanes kicks off despite having dire warnings from…

Diabetes outbreak in Pakistan

Janet Mayson - Nov 28, 2017

This year in Pakistan on world diabetes day, an alarming statistics of prevalence of diabetes has shocked health care professionals and people with…

Raped by brother, girl delivered baby in India
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Raped by brother, girl delivered baby in India

Janet Mayson - Nov 10, 2017

PALANPUR: In a shocking case of incest, a 17-year-old girl, who was allegedly raped by her elder brother, delivered a baby girl in…

Why the World Ignores India’s Violence in Kashmir
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Why the World Ignores India’s Violence in Kashmir

Web Desk - Nov 06, 2017

  In the final weeks of the 2008 US presidential election, Barack Obama stated his commitment to resolving the “Kashmir crisis,” even going…

Paradise Leaks: US commerce chief, UK’s queen have offshore investments
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Paradise Leaks: US commerce chief, UK’s queen have offshore investments

Janet Mayson - Nov 06, 2017

According to the vast numbers of financial documents leaked in Paradise Papers released by the US-based International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), US…

24 million painkillers sourced from India and destined for IS fighters, seized in Italy
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24 million painkillers sourced from India and destined for IS fighters, seized in Italy

Janet Mayson - Nov 05, 2017

The Italian police, on Saturday seized tablets of synthetic opiate that was coming from an Indian firm and heading for the Islamic State…

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Riyadh airport attacked with ballistic-missile fired by Houthis group

Janet Mayson - Nov 04, 2017

Reportedly a long-range ballistic missile was launched on Saturday night aiming to target the King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh. The attack was…

25 DAESH militants killed by Iraqi warplanes near Syrian border
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25 DAESH militants killed by Iraqi warplanes near Syrian border

Janet Mayson - Oct 23, 2017

According to a statement by the bureau of the Iraqi Defense Ministry on Sunday, the Iraqi Air force conducted an air strike in…

Haram meat export from India
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Haram meat export from India

Janet Mayson - Oct 03, 2017

Shocking reports have revealed some gut-wrenching facts about the standard of meat being exported from India to the entire Muslim world. Since the…

India’s Fake News Assault on Rohingya Muslims
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India’s Fake News Assault on Rohingya Muslims

Web Desk - Sep 27, 2017

What the heck is up with India’s new media? A big, broad thesis question I know, but over the course of the past…

Humanity cries of woes in India
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Humanity cries of woes in India

Janet Mayson - Sep 27, 2017

Every day human waste from adjacent houses and companies blocks the drainage tracks in the Hiran Kudna area of New Delhi, India. Regulating…

Cop who probed and exonerated Narender Modi from Gujarat riots appointed as new NIA Chief
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Cop who probed and exonerated Narender Modi from Gujarat riots appointed as new NIA Chief

Janet Mayson - Sep 20, 2017

YC Modi, the senior officer of IPS who was part of the Supreme Court-appointed Special Investigation team and who acquitted Gujraat’s butcher of…

Pak-China kicks off Joint Air Training Exercise
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Pak-China kicks off Joint Air Training Exercise

Janet Mayson - Sep 09, 2017

Beijing: The two Air Forces of China and Pakistan kicks off their joint training exercise from Saturday and have stationed their latest AWACS…

Who Benefits from the Kabul Blast ?
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Who Benefits from the Kabul Blast ?

Janet Mayson - Aug 29, 2017

Just days after US President Donald Trump declared Pakistan as the focal cause of US failure in Afghanistan, a blast hit Kabul, right…