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Pakistan’s new prime minister stepped onto the U.N. podium and faced world leaders, ready to spin a tale of floods and climate change and more than 33 million people at risk. Shahbaz Sharif began: “As I stand here ...
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Like every year, Arz Mohammed had planted his little patch of land in southern Pakistan with cotton. The crop would earn him enough so that, as he puts it, his family of five wouldn’t be reduced to begging. ...
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The Muslim Council of Britain has denounced extremist Hindutva groups for targeting the Muslim communities in Leicester following a series of provocations. Hindutva refers to the Hindu nationalist ideology promoted by India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which ...
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The death of Queen Elizabeth II is a reminder that the World War II generation is aging. Like the queen, even the youngest veterans of the war are now nearing their 100th birthdays, and asteady stream of obituaries ...
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A US federal judge has ruled that a sprawling congressional report on the CIA’s Terror War torture program will remain classified, claiming citizens have no right to access the controversial document, portions of which were already leaked to ...
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On these days 40 years ago, several thousand Palestinian refugees and Lebanese civilians were being brutally massacred by a pro-Israel militia group immediately after the Israeli army under Ariel Sharon had occupied the Lebanese capital, Beirut, where the Sabra ...
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Israel’s decision to absolve itself of responsibility for the shooting death of a veteran Al-Jazeera journalist drew criticism from international media Thursday, marking a further deterioration of relations between the military and reporters covering the conflict. The Foreign ...
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The U.N. accused China of serious human rights violations that may amount to “crimes against humanity” in a long-delayed report examining a crackdown on Uyghurs and other mostly Muslim ethnic groups. Beijing on Thursday denounced the assessment as ...
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Jennifer Jones keeps feeding money into her energy meter, but it never seems to be enough. And when she can’t pay, she feels the impact immediately. The power in her London home has gone off suddenly three times ...
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The moving vans have already started arriving at Downing Street as Britain’s Conservative Party prepares to evict Prime Minister Boris Johnson. The debate over what mark he left on his party, his country and the world will linger ...
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