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Car sales across Europe have dropped again, with sales in May the worst in 20 years, and six percent down on the same month last year
Civil rights groups have sued the New York Police Department over spying programmes directed at Muslims, declaring its actions unconstitutional
Boeing and its rival Airbus have drawn battle lines at the Paris Air Show, as they compete for sales supremacy
Indonesia’s National Mosque Council is set to adjust the volume of more than 250,000 mosques, following complaints that they have become too loud
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The United States will hold direct peace negotiations at the Taliban’s new political office in Qatar. The talks will aim to secure peace in Afghanistan
Political prisoners have taken action in protest of their incarceration without charge or trial, as well as the conditions in which they are being kept
A passenger aboard a United Airlines flight from Hong Kong to Newark, USA, who claimed to work as the US Embassy in Abu Dhabi, was restrained after becoming agitated mid flight
European leaders and US President Barack Obama have announced that talks will begin on an ambitious transatlantic free-trade deal
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The problem with many South Asians in general and Indians in particular is that greed has no limit for them. No matter how much they get, which is often... more
I certainly hope that Tim Clark didn't mention that 4,000 mile range. If he did, he hasn't done his homework very well or he's asking for a massive range... more
you can drag a hours to water but you cant force it to drink. those who chose to go to pray or to go and play will find their way at the end of the day... more
@anguilla: Kalba town is part of the Sharjah Emirate.
along with khor fakkan and dibba al hisn.
It is Ok to accept the argument that the current measure are meant to reduce unregulated labor market.
But it seems to overlook the fact... more
Organizations like HRW, Green peace, ILO, UNHCR are so self serving that it is amazing they still exist! they spend 60/70 percent of their budgets (meant... more
Countinua, women from NIGERIA will put you in their prayers more