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dna
Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa assembly asks Barack Obama to apologise for US drone attackin the restive Balochistan province an attack on the country's integrity and ca
Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa assembly asks Barack Obama to apologise for US drone attack
dna / Posted 4 days ago
in the restive Balochistan province an attack on the country's integrity and called on Obama to tender an apology, The News International reported. It also asked the federal government to lodge strong protest at diplomatic level. A US drone... Read more
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express
Drunk man makes TERRIFYING decision during zoo visit to ‘shake hands’ with a lionspent the night in police custody and was charged under various sections of the
Drunk man makes TERRIFYING decision during zoo visit to ‘shake hands’ with a lion
express / Posted 6 days ago
spent the night in police custody and was charged under various sections of the Wildlife Protection Act. Asian News International Mukesh was charged under various sections of the Wildlife Protection Act following the incident He later... Read more
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give me sport
Three players that were wrongly left out of their respective Euro 2016 squads - featuring Chelsea starThree players undeservedly watching Euro 2016 from home | GiveMeSport Football
Three players that were wrongly left out of their respective Euro 2016 squads - featuring Chelsea star
give me sport / Posted 6 days ago
Three players undeservedly watching Euro 2016 from home | GiveMeSport Football News International squads have been released recently, and as always, controversy has been caused. England, France and Spain’s squads have all been called into question... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Don't cry for the TalibanAs the news of Afghan Taliban leader Akhtar Mansour's demise via U.S. drone str
Don't cry for the Taliban
Chicago Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
As the news of Afghan Taliban leader Akhtar Mansour's demise via U.S. drone strike in Pakistan trickled in over the weekend, Afghan hands from Kabul to California took to Twitter to mull its implications. While many Afghans in Kabul appeared to... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Don't PanicBut then political pressure picked up. Lawsuits began to make national news. In
Don't Panic
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 9 days ago
But then political pressure picked up. Lawsuits began to make national news. International media organizations thought they saw a juicy story, and community-based activist groups started making trips to other countries. The EPA needed to make a... Read more
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Christian Today
International Museum of Reformation Reveals the History of Protestantismwhich provides a place for all people in the world to review the history of Pro
International Museum of Reformation Reveals the History of Protestantism
Christian Today / Posted 11 days ago
which provides a place for all people in the world to review the history of Protestantism, according to the Ecumenical News International (ENI). The International Museum of Reformation is located on the ground floor of Maison Mallet. Through... Read more
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Christian Today
Christians in Germany launch Luther Decadeof Martin Luther, who he said "would have been deeply averse to all of today's
Christians in Germany launch Luther Decade
Christian Today / Posted 11 days ago
of Martin Luther, who he said "would have been deeply averse to all of today's liberal tendencies", according to Ecumenical News International. The launch of Luther Decade comes just ahead of the opening of the international Calvin Year, or 'Calvin... Read more
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Op-Ed News
China's Complicity In Pakistan's Islamist terrorismJuD court was set up at its headquarters two decades ago. It has delivered just
China's Complicity In Pakistan's Islamist terrorism
Op-Ed News / Posted 11 days ago
JuD court was set up at its headquarters two decades ago. It has delivered justice in over 5,500 cases, according to The News International, an English daily. Any objection raised by any party to the verdict is "tantamount to disobedience of... Read more
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New York Post
Asian investors are falling in love with US debtcoiling, so it’s ready to spring upwards,” said one trader. “It’s like a cobra
Asian investors are falling in love with US debt
New York Post / Posted 16 days ago
coiling, so it’s ready to spring upwards,” said one trader. “It’s like a cobra ready to attack,” he told Market News International. The impetus for this move is the idea that US and China growth will not pull up the rest of the... Read more
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New Kerala
Middlemen are taboo in India, but influence-peddling is kosher in West ( - newkerala.com #63004laundering. The phone-hacking scandal, which broke in the mid-2000s, involved
Middlemen are taboo in India, but influence-peddling is kosher in West ( - newkerala.com #63004
New Kerala / Posted 18 days ago
laundering. The phone-hacking scandal, which broke in the mid-2000s, involved employees of British newspapers published by News International, a subsidiary of Rupert Murdoch-owned News Corp., who were accused of engaging in phone hacking, bribing... Read more
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The Economic Times
China surpasses US as biggest overseas investorcompiler. Drawing the most attention is the wrangling involving Chinese conglo
China surpasses US as biggest overseas investor
The Economic Times / Posted 19 days ago
compiler. Drawing the most attention is the wrangling involving Chinese conglomerate Anbang Insurance Group and Marriott International, which are battling to acquire the iconic Starwood Hotels and Resorts for nearly $14 billion. Anbang upped its... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Stocks edge up, led by energy sharesgas. Chesapeake Energy rose 3% early Tuesday and Hess rose 2%. Several compan
Stocks edge up, led by energy shares
Los Angeles Times / Posted 21 days ago
gas. Chesapeake Energy rose 3% early Tuesday and Hess rose 2%. Several companies gained ground on earnings and buyback news. International Flavors and Fragrances rose 2.5% after reporting profits that beat Wall Street analysts' expectations,... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Energy stocks lead an early gainEnergy rose 3 percent early Tuesday and Hess rose 2 percent. Several companies
Energy stocks lead an early gain
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 21 days ago
Energy rose 3 percent early Tuesday and Hess rose 2 percent. Several companies gain ground on earnings and buyback news. International Flavors and Fragrances rose 2.5 percent early Tuesday after reporting profits that beat Wall Street... Read more
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Evening Standard
It’s James v James in the fight to control the BBCthan supportive coverage of the phone hacking scandal that had closed the News
It’s James v James in the fight to control the BBC
Evening Standard / Posted 22 days ago
than supportive coverage of the phone hacking scandal that had closed the News of the World, another of Rupert Murdoch’s News International titles. Such independence of spirit, married to an uncompromising approach to ethics, was seen as a boon... Read more
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New Kerala
Militants kill rights activist in Pakistan (Lead, Changing dateline) - newkerala.com #60582and sped away, the media quoted police as saying. Rao Khalid and a bystander w
Militants kill rights activist in Pakistan (Lead, Changing dateline) - newkerala.com #60582
New Kerala / Posted 23 days ago
and sped away, the media quoted police as saying. Rao Khalid and a bystander were critically wounded in the attack. The News International said Zaki suffered multiple bullet wounds. The attackers used a 9mm pistol. Ten spent bullet shells were... Read more
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International Business Times
How the Frankensteins of Fleet Street mould and then monster their creations brand of hypocrisy. While Andy Coulson and Rebekah Brooks were busily hurling a
How the Frankensteins of Fleet Street mould and then monster their creations
International Business Times / Posted 26 days ago
brand of hypocrisy. While Andy Coulson and Rebekah Brooks were busily hurling allegations of adultery and betrayal from News International front pages at other people, they were engaged in their own adulterous affair with each other. Perhaps... Read more
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Business Wire
World First Launch Helps Online Sellers Worldwide Sell in JapanWorld First has hundreds of partnerships worldwide, with over 180 partners in C
World First Launch Helps Online Sellers Worldwide Sell in Japan
Business Wire / Posted 27 days ago
World First has hundreds of partnerships worldwide, with over 180 partners in China alone. Global keynote partners include Virgin Money, News International, Le Figaro and The Australian. World First holds over 50 licenses and operates in 45 countri... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Hillsborough: What Prime Ministers did - or didn't - do to uncover the truthMr Blair across it which read: “Why? What is the point?” He claimed the Blair
Hillsborough: What Prime Ministers did - or didn't - do to uncover the truth
Liverpool Echo / Posted 27 days ago
Mr Blair across it which read: “Why? What is the point?” He claimed the Blair government did not want to offend Murdoch’s News International, the publisher of The S*n newspaper. He said: “I don’t know all of the background to the decision-making,... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Adenan: Biggest newsmaker in Chinese mediaforeseen was the unprecedented amount of attention that the four Chinese dailie
Adenan: Biggest newsmaker in Chinese media
The Borneo Post / Posted 28 days ago
foreseen was the unprecedented amount of attention that the four Chinese dailies allotted to him, making him their biggest news maker. For when it became clear to them that the new man at the helm was lending a sympathetic ear to the aspirations... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
International Paper to buy pulp assets for $2.2 billionBloomberg News International Paper Co., the world's largest paper company, agr
International Paper to buy pulp assets for $2.2 billion
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 29 days ago
Bloomberg News International Paper Co., the world's largest paper company, agreed to buy Weyerhaeuser Co.'s pulp business for about $2.2 billion to add production of the absorbent raw material used in diapers and other hygiene products. Annual cost... Read more
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walesonline
Was 1999 the best ever year to be Welsh?the BBC Six O’Clock News. From there he would go on to present the Ten O’Clock
Was 1999 the best ever year to be Welsh?
walesonline / Posted a month ago
the BBC Six O’Clock News. From there he would go on to present the Ten O’Clock News, delivering such huge stories as the News International hacking scandal, the England riots, the economic implosion in Greece, the Norwegian massacre and the Arab... Read more
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New Kerala
Japan strengthens business ties with India, ASEAN - newkerala.com #56474representatives including broadcasters, newspaper and news agency. A represent
Japan strengthens business ties with India, ASEAN - newkerala.com #56474
New Kerala / Posted 1 months ago
representatives including broadcasters, newspaper and news agency. A representative from India-based new agency, the Asian News International speaks about the introduction of Japanese Shinkansen in his country. Japanese technology used in metro... Read more

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