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World Pakistan bans its cricketers from the Afghan T20 league
Author: 0 Pakistan bans its cricketers from the Afghan T20 league

The T20 matches, the shortest of cricket's worldwide formats, were to be played in Kabul and Lahore in July and August. Pakistan on Friday said it would not allow its players to participate in Afghanistan's domestic cricket league next month.

Author: 0 Sharif's younger son appears before Panama papers probe panel

On May 30, Mr Nawaz emerged from the Federal Judicial Academy (FJA) following a five-hour-long interrogation and felt certain in remarks to the media that the investigation would exonerate the Sharif family from all charges. Hassan Nawaz was served with a second notice by the JIT directing him to appear before the probing team. "We will not change any members of the JIT, nor will we prevent someone from doing their work", he said, drawing attention to the fact that a special bench of the SC ...

World Space capsule with 2 astronauts returns to Earth
Author: 0 Space capsule with 2 astronauts returns to Earth

Now safely home from space , Novitskiy and Pesquet will be flown to the Kazakh town of Karaganda for a traditional welcome ceremony and then they will split ways, Novitskiy flying to Star City in Russian Federation and Pesquet heading for the European Astronaut Center in Cologne, Germany.

Author: 0 Britain may be heading for hung Parliament

It would also cast the prime minister's future into doubt after having called the snap election to "strengthen my hand" in Brexit negotiations. A supporter waits for Jeremy Corbyn, leader of Britain's opposition Labour Party, to arrive at a campaign event in Reading, May 31, 2017.

World Some of the funniest reactions to Theresa May's no-show
Author: 0 Some of the funniest reactions to Theresa May's no-show

Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood, Green Party co-leader Caroline Lucas, Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron lined up with Ms Rudd and Mr Corbyn to debate the Government's record and lay out their manifesto pledges ahead of next Thursday's general election.

World Ireland's 2023 Rugby World Cup bid appears to be floundering
Author: 0 Ireland's 2023 Rugby World Cup bid appears to be floundering

The winning bid will be revealed when the Council of World Rugby convenes in London on November 15. The Irish Independent are reporting that Minister for Sport, Shane Ross , has written a letter to the Oireachtas revealing that he received advice from the Attorney General saying that emergency legislation would be required to support Ireland's bid to host the tournament.

World Kejriwal govt exposing its criminal face: BJP
Author: 0 Kejriwal govt exposing its criminal face: BJP

Mr Mishra said chief minister and health minister are misappropriating funds from the health department. In the video, Mishra is being held by Marshalls who forcibly pushed him out of the assembly at the instruction of the assembly speaker.

World New developments in Manchester attack probe
Author: 0 New developments in Manchester attack probe

Some LIFG members and supporters fled Libya in the 1990s to Britain and like Abedi settled in Manchester, home to a large Libyan community. Neighbors recalled him as tall, thin and quiet, and said he often wore traditional Islamic dress.

World Venezuela president agrees to referendum
Author: 0 Venezuela president agrees to referendum

The TSJ said in its ruling that a popular referendum won't be necessary for the people to decide whether they want the Constituent Assembly or not. And in a blistering attack on President Nicolas Maduro's socialist government, the chief state prosecutor said his plan to create a new congress threatened to "eliminate" democracy.

World Cuban entrepreneurs start first private business group
Author: 0 Cuban entrepreneurs start first private business group

President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro began the diplomatic process in 2014, and in recent months tour operators and cruise companies have been lining up to carry Americans to the island nation. He then became the first sitting US president to visit Cuba in 88 years since Calvin Coolidge in 1928. The study also found the overall U.S. economy stands to lose some $6.6 billion and almost 12,300 U.S.jobs through 2021 if U.S.

Author: 0 Attacker sets fire in crowded Philippine casino, killing 36

A lone gunman entered the Resorts World Manila in the early hours of Friday morning, firing shots from an assault rifle and setting fire to gambling tables. At least 38 people have now been confirmed dead following an armed and arson attack, just minutes after midnight on Friday, on a resort and casino complex in the Philippine capital, Manila .

Author: 0 Comey OK'd to testify; House committee issues subpoenas

Early last month, President Donald Trump fired Comey during an FBI investigation into whether the Trump presidential campaign coordinated with the Kremlin to influence the 2016 USA election. On Thursday, President Vladimir Putin said the Russian state has never been involved in hacking, and claimed individual "patriotic" hackers may have carried out attacks during the USA election past year.

Author: 0 Boston City Hall illuminated green in support of Paris climate agreement

Protesters gather outside the White House in Washington, Thursday, June 1, 2017, to protest President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw the Unites States from the Paris climate change accord. Trump's top aides have been divided on the accord. The official, who is involved in preparing the meeting between European Union officials and China's premier, was not authorized to speak publicly and discussed the matter on condition of anonymity because the meeting statement was not finalized.

World Karla Homolka to no longer volunteer at Montreal elementary school
Author: 0 Karla Homolka to no longer volunteer at Montreal elementary school

Karla Homolka served a dozen years in prison in the rape and murder of teens Kristen French and Leslie Mahaffy in Ontario, and authorities say she and her husband also drugged, raped and murdered Karla's 15-year-old sister Tammy. 'It is protocol for all of our schools across Canada, and most of the world, to do background checks, not only on teachers, but volunteers as well as clergy.

World Newcastle 'secure Chelsea loan deal for record-breaker Tammy Abraham'
Author: 0 Newcastle 'secure Chelsea loan deal for record-breaker Tammy Abraham'

Newcastle are reported to have opened talks with Chelsea over a season-long loan deal for Blues starlet Tammy Abraham . Leicester and Brighton and Hove Albion were recently rumored to be in the race to sign the 19-year-old Abraham. The Championship's 2016-2017 third-top goalscorer is highly-regarded by the Premier League champions and they were said to be open to including the youngster into next season's first-team plans.

World Saina Nehwal, B Sai Praneeth reach quarterfinals of Thailand Open
Author: 0 Saina Nehwal, B Sai Praneeth reach quarterfinals of Thailand Open

Read Also: Thailand Open: Saina Nehwal, B Sai Praneeth reach quarterfinals In the semi-finals, World No. 24 Praneeth will meet the victor between Thai duo of World No. Ranked 24th in world ranking the Indian had an easy victory over the 102 ranked Thai player thus finishing the game in just 50 minutes. Sourabh Verma and Sai Uttejitha out of the tounament.

World Trump's New Middle East Strategy May Be Based on Shaky Assumptions
Author: 0 Trump's New Middle East Strategy May Be Based on Shaky Assumptions

Michael Oren, a deputy minister in Netanyahu's coalition government and a former Israeli ambassador to Washington , said the vagueness with which Trump addressed the Israeli-Palestinian issue coupled with his sharp condemnation of Iran and terror dovetailed comfortably with current Israeli thinking.

World The US now has 2 aircraft carriers sitting off North Korea's coast
Author: 0 The US now has 2 aircraft carriers sitting off North Korea's coast

American ships and aircraft routinely operate in worldwide waters throughout the Western Pacific, which includes waters surrounding the Korean Peninsula. North Korea can already strike anywhere in Japan with missiles, raising concern in Tokyo that it could eventually be threatened by a North Korean nuclear strike.

World Philippine airstrike kills 11 soldiers in 'friendly fire'
Author: 0 Philippine airstrike kills 11 soldiers in 'friendly fire'

At least 25 soldiers, five policemen and more than 24 civilians have been killed in the clashes, Lorenzana said . Marawi , a Muslim-majority city of about 200,000 people, lies about 800km south of the capital, Manila . In fighting on Friday, Philippine planes dropped bombs and helicopters delivered rockets on militant positions. They have threatened to kill the hostages unless government forces pull back.

Author: 0 Trump administration defends Jared Kushner

Trump and White House aides face months of investigations into alleged ties to Russian officials during the presidential campaign and afterwards. The New York Times and Washington Post said he wanted to use Russian facilities to avoid USA interception of discussions with Moscow .

Author: 0 Trump handshake 'moment of truth': Macron

Yet another handshake wrestle followed the snub, as Trump imposed on Macron the full force of his trademark grab-and-pull maneuvers with Macron having to hold onto Trump's arm for leverage. " Donald Trump , the President of Turkey or the President of Russian Federation are of a mindset of power relations, which doesn't bother me", Macron said.

World Jadhav will be alive till he exhausts clemency
Author: 0 Jadhav will be alive till he exhausts clemency

Calling the decision by worldwide court as " nothing but usual ", Zakari said that the Indian petition claiming consular access to Jadhav is India's attempt to create a false media spectacle around the case. "We have given the court our arguments on merits and jurisdiction". Zakaria had earlier told Dawn News that "Jadhav continues to provide crucial intelligence with regard to recent terrorist attacks in Pakistan".

Author: 0 Trump has fairly 'unbelievable relationship' with Merkel: WH

His comments came days after Merkel said Europe could no longer completely rely on traditional ally the U.S. and needed to find its own way. Trump took to Twitter early in the day to attack Germany , a day after Chancellor Angela Merkel ramped up her doubts about the reliability of Washington as an ally.

Author: 0 Trump to announce decision on Paris climate pact Thursday

The President also tweeted: "I will be announcing my decision on the Paris Accord over the next few days". The United States, under former President Barack Obama, had committed to reduce its emissions by 26 percent to 28 percent from 2005 levels by 2025.