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Explosion heard during police search in Brussels

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Brussels : Yet another explosion took place during a police search of a house in Brussels borough of Schaerbeek, on Friday.Reuters quoted Belga news agency which informed that the raid in the house, where explosion was heard, is part of an ongoing investigation following multiple bombing attacks which killed at least 31 people and injured 316 this Tuesday.The Belgian Police ...

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Mullah Omar’s brother warns of Taliban internal strife in Afghanistan

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Karachi, Aug 26 : Mullah Abdul Manan, the brother of deceased Afghan Taliban supremo Mullah Omar, has warned of a possible internal strife in Afghanistan if the new chief Mullah Akhtar Mansoor and his opponents do not settle their issues soon.According to the Express Tribune, Mansoor’s rivals say that he was not elected by majority of the leadership council’s members ...

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Four years on, Pak FIA realises Lakhvi’s voice sample can’t be used as proof

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Karachi, July 20 : Pakistan’s Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has said that Mumbai 26/11 terror attacks accused Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi’s voice samples cannot be used as evidence.A senior prosecutor in the Mumbai attacks case said that the samples could be ‘helpful’ in the course of the investigation but the audio recorded by the Indian intelligence could not be used as ...

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Barack Obama brings along anger translator; pokes fun at Netanyahu and US President aspirants

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Washington, Apr 27: President Barack Obama took a dig at himself, joked about Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and US presidential aspirant Hillary Clinton as he spoke at the annual White House Correspondents dinner with some stand-up comedy. Obama, 53, who has less than two years left in his presidency, headlined the event last night to raise money for scholarships ...

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India not worried over Pakistan-China economic corridor: Envoy

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Peshawar, Apr 23: India is not worried over the USD 46-billion economic corridor between Pakistan and China as an economically strong Pakistan would bring regional stability, India’s envoy said today, underlining the need to remove misperception and restore mutual trust between the two nations. Indian High Commissioner T C A Raghavan, addressing a meeting of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chamber of Commerce ...

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