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Pakistan complaint to UNSC against India is sound and fury signifying nothing

Pakistan lodging a complaint to the United Nations Security Council against India for India’s alleged attempt to construct a wall along the 197-km-long Working Boundary in the Jammu region is the familiar din from Pakistan, signifying nothing. Pakistan has complained

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Vladimir Putin bids for major world role as his forces move into Syria

Last week satellite images revealed Russia’s military expansion in Syria, with deployments of troops, tanks and warplanes. Now western governments are scrambling to respond to the shift in power in the Middle East Russian president Vladimir Putin’s dramatic deployment of

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Thousands of Europeans Take to the Streets to Drive Out Islam

Europe is known for its soccer fan clubs who are widely called “soccer hooligans.” These call themselves the GnuHonnters, a take on the English term “new hunters.” Their motto is: “Comrades in spirit. Many colors, but one entity.” It refers

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Present problems of Pakistan

By a Pakistani a writer Mian Ali Raza In today Pakistan we are facing many problems. Like energy problems, terrorism, drones attacks, unemployment and inflation. These are main problems of today Pakistan. First of all I am talking about energy

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Will China’s Economic Collapse Save the South China Sea?

“So the silver lining in China’s economic maladies is that Asia’s new sick man is not as threatening as when he was strong.” Not too long ago, the Chinese economy appeared to defy both gravity and doomsayers. Despite years of

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China’s economic slowdown: 11 things you should know

China is the world’s second-largest economy, after the United States, and it’s been growing so rapidly for so long that rapid Chinese economic growth has become part of the landscape for an entire generation. Yet in recent years, people have

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Business Success in China read 7 Secrets

7 Secrets to Business Success in China One: Learn About China Many companies, when they expand to overseas markets, do not have a detailed knowledge of the new market they are going into. If a company is expanding into a

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Walking with migrants: the diary of a journey from Greece to Berlin

Magdy Samaan, an Egyptian journalist who works for the Telegraph in Cairo, has joined migrants and refugees disembarking from ferries at the Greek port of Piraeus outside Athens, and will make the journey north with them, sharing their stories each

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The refugee crisis is waking old fears in central Europe

The ethnic background of refugees has changed hugely over the past several decades. In the 1990s, after the fall of the iron curtain, most were Europeans, mostly Christian. Now most are Muslims from Asia and Africa. Undoubtedly, the expansion of

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Syria confirms receipt of Russian jets to target ISIS

Syria has confirmed for the first time that it has received advanced fighter and reconnaissance aircraft from Russia, which the Damascus government says have significantly enhanced its ability to target Islamic State fighters. The Syrian air force has “taken delivery

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Russian troops in Syria could end up helping ISIS, report claims

Analysts say involvement ‘underlines contradictions of Kremlin’ as troops are in areas where they are likely to fight groups opposed to ISIS The deployment of Russian troops in Syria could end up helping Islamic State as they have been sent

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Muslims Tried To Set Up Sharia Law In Texas, This Mayor Shut ‘Em Down For Good! Blair Patterson

As if things couldn’t get much worse on the Muslim front, it now seems as if they are setting up shops for their laws in the U.S. But “not so fast!”, said one brave Texas mayor. Not shockingly, Muslims aren’t

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