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Austria to tear down Hitler’s birth house

VIENNA – The house where Adolf Hitler was born is to be demolished to stop it from becoming a neo-Nazi shrine after years of bitter legal wrangling, Austria’s interior minister said Monday. Interior minister Wolfgang Sobotka said, “a thorough architectural remodeling is necessary to permanently prevent the recognition and the …

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India releases the most hilarious ‘surgical strike’ proof yet

India, upholding its claims of having carried out ‘surgical strikes’, has constantly tried to substantiate its claims. Strongly rejected by Pakistan, the Indian Government never presented the concrete evidence and even failed to calm the questions at home. However, Its media in an another failed attempt, has presented a new ‘proof’ for …

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Dutch ambassador to China suspended over secret affair

BEIJING – An inquiry has begun into Dutch ambassador to China Ron Keller amid reports that he had a secret relationship with a local employee, the Dutch foreign ministry said on Monday. An experienced diplomat, Ron Keller moved to Beijing in December 2015 after postings in Turkey and Russia. However, …

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Shahid Afridi’s autobiography to be released in 2017

KARACHI – Pakistani all-rounder Shahid Afridi will come out next year with his autobiography, in which he opens up about his “rivalries and alliances”, particularly those with India, as well as his infatuation with the military and his take on politics. “Shahid Afridi: An Autobiography”, written with journalist Wajahat S …

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Karachi Imambargah blast leaves one dead, 15 injured

KARACHI (Staff Report) – One person was killed and 15 others including women, children were injured when a blast occurred outside an Imambargah in Liaquatabad Block 4 area of Karachi. According to police, unidentified men lobbed a grenade in Block 4 of Liaquatabad near the Dar-e-Abbas Imambargah on Monday. Police and rescuers arrived at …

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No backdoor diplomacy between Pakistan and India: Sartaj

ISLAMABAD – Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has said that there is no backdoor or track-II diplomacy between Pakistan and India, as such kind of contacts were established on the desire of two sides. According to Radio Pakistan, Aziz said Pakistan is pursuing various connectivity …

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