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CIA concludes Saudi Crown Prince behind Khashoggi murder: reports

KARACHI: The US Central Intelligence Agency has concluded Saudi´s powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was behind the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, US media reported Friday, citing people close to the matter. The US assessment directly contradicts the conclusions of a Saudi prosecutor one day prior, which exonerated the prince of involvement in the […]

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Kanwal Abidi meet Handshake with Mayor of Miami-Dade Country

Kanwal Abidi – White House Correspondent & Bureau Chief, Washington D.C Daily AZB, Handshake with Mayor of Miami-Dade Country Mr. Carlos A. Gimenez. (Picture taken after a press briefing at Mayor’s Office located in Central Miami). It was great to hear about his firefighting days and how at the age of 6 years he came to […]

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Strike in occupied Kashmir tomorrow against holding of Panchayat polls

Srinagar: In occupied Kashmir, complete shutdown will be observed across the territory, tomorrow, to register protest against the holding of so-called panchayat elections. Call for the shutdown has been given by the Joint Resistance Leadership comprising Syed Ali Gilani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik. The nine-phased panchayat elections will commence in the occupied […]

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Angel on a Skateboard, With a Flag for Felons’ Voting Rights

MIAMI: Florida voters’ rejoiced amidst the midterm elections melodrama when the Florida ballot of Amendment #4 secured victory on 6th November 2018. It restored voting rights’ to 1.4 million released felons, including at least 180,000 Hispanics – potentially altering the political balance in the nation’s largest swing state. Angel Sanchez who was convicted in past […]

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California wildfires: Death toll rises to 50

California: US firefighters say 6 more people have been found killed in wildfires in California, bringing the total death toll to 50. Multiple blazes broke out last Thursday in the town of Paradise, some 300 kilometers north of San Francisco, and in Ventura County, near Los Angeles. Authorities said on Tuesday that 6 more people […]

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Chinese media lauds PM Imran’s vision of poverty alleviation

ISLAMABAD: Chinese media has appreciated Prime Minister Imran Khan’s vision of poverty alleviation campaign to help recover the country’s economy. The Chinese daily “Global Times” in its article said that Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s plan to start a mega poverty alleviation campaign is a good way to help the local economy recover. It said […]

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In Afghanistan, at least 15 civilians and 10 government troops have been killed in fighting between Taliban and government forces in Ghazni province. According to local police, six members of the security forces were also injured during the fight. The fighting in Jaghori district of Ghazni has been going on since Wednesday, when Taliban fighters attacked the town. The government has sent Special Forces units to back up local militia forces. There is no report about causalities on part of Taliban.

Afghanistan:15 civilians, 10 govt troops killed in fight

In Afghanistan, at least 15 civilians and 10 government troops have been killed in fighting between Taliban and government forces in Ghazni province. According to local police, six members of the security forces were also injured during the fight. The fighting in Jaghori district of Ghazni has been going on since Wednesday, when Taliban fighters […]

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Florida Midterm Races

Florida Midterm Races Stuck On a “Recount Pendulum”

FLORIDA:    The Sunshine State has been hit by an “adrenaline-run call for recount” amongst the fight for a final countdown in Florida. The 2018 midterm elections have once again been hit by déjà vu of retrospective, controversial recount fight between former President George W. Bush and Democrat Al Gore in the 2000 Presidential race. The Supreme Court […]

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Foreign Journalists visited the Mayor Office in the Miami-Dade County

Group of Foreign Journalists visited the Mayor Office in the Miami-Dade County for 2018 Midterm Elections press briefing on 6th November 2018, along with the U.S. State Department officials – Doris Robinson, Melissa Waheibi and Nichole Allem. Reporters from all over the world – Russia, China, Japan, France, Poland, Czech Republic, Malaysia, Thailand, Ukaraine and […]

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez can’t afford apartment in DC before job in Congress starts

NEW YORK — Congresswoman-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the youngest woman ever elected to Congress, can’t afford to rent an apartment in Washington, D.C. before she’s sworn in come January. Before her election, she worked as a bartender at a New York restaurant. She spent some of that time “squirreling away” money for rent. “I have three months without […]

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