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  • Hollande pressed to amend foreign policy after Paris attacks

    Within the French foreign policy establishment, some veteran diplomats accuse Hollande of pursuing a “neo-conservative” foreign policy at a time when the United States and Britain have pulled back from foreign adventures...

    Former centre-right prime minister Francois Fillon said it was time for France to “get over its vapours about Russia, understand that we need to work with Iran and even agree to work for a while with the Syrian...

  • Facebook, Twitter, YouTube pressed by US Senate for not barricading terror content

    Nevertheless, the largest social media firms were pressed in a Senate Commerce Committee hearing on Wednesday over their reliance on artificial intelligence and algorithms to keep their powerful platforms clear of violent extremist posts...

    ”Senator John Thune, Chairman of the Commerce Committee, countered by asking why a video showing how to build a bomb — which was used by the man who attacked the Manchester Arena in June 2017 — has...

  • Greece frames charges against coup plotters

    ALEXANDROUPOLI: Eight Turkish military officers who fled to Greece by helicopter after a failed coup were charged on Sunday by a prosecutor with illegal entry and violating Greek airspace, their lawyer said...

    The men, who have sought asylum in Greece, arrived by military helicopter on Satu­rday after sending a distress signal to authorities at the airport in the northern city of Alexandroupolis
  • SC frames questions on LDA appeal against LHC verdict

    ISLAMABAD: Can a provincial government curtail, modify or take back political, administrative and financial responsibilities devolved to elected representatives of a local government? This is among a set of difficult questions the Supreme Court will take up on July 17 before pronouncing an authoritative ruling...

    The questions were framed on Thursday by a three-judge bench headed by Justice Mian Saqib Nisar during hearing on an appeal...
  • SC frames key questions on blasphemy law

    At the time, Qadri’s counsel had argued vehemently that the murder was motivated by the fact that Mr Taseer had committing blasphemy under Section 295-C of the PPC...

    Thirdly, “Even if the petitioner entertains the impression about the commission of blasphemy and even if he was motivated by religious sentiments, could he still have killed the deceased especially at a time when he was performing the duty of an official guard, in...

  • Story Time: Max Steel

    With superheroes flying onto the screen from all directions, why should one go and watch Max Steel? That’s the million-dollar question one should think about before going to the theatre as Max isn’t that special or out of this world...

    Yes, he is not just a superhero but a normal person like all of us who turns into a superhero once he comes in contact with an alien companion named Steel...

  • Missing Djokovic opens door to Nadal in Madrid

    MADRID: For the first time this season someone other than Novak Djokovic will claim a Masters event as the Serb misses out in Madrid after winning in Indian Wells, Miami and Monte Carlo...

    The 14-time Grand Slam champion described his performance as “awful” in crashing out to Fabio Fognini at the Barcelona Open last week...

  • Putin meets Erdogan for closed-door talks

    Speaking ahead of their closed-door talks, Erdogan, a close ally of Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev, remarked to Putin on the absence of EU leaders from the Games in Baku...

    Erdogan at the time accused Putin of “supporting claims based on Armenian lies” after he, along with French and German leaders, described the slaughter of an estimated 1...

  • 13 unfit hockey players shown door by national team management

    In an apparent move to improve the current state of matters in the hockey structure, the new team management has dropped 13 players on fitness grounds...

    The players were attending national camp at Naseer Bunda Hockey Stadium in the federal capital, ahead of the Hockey Asia Cup which will be held in Bangladesh this October
  • ‘N’ trying to make back-door contacts: Zardari

    But even after the CoD, Mr Sharif cheated the party by joining the Supreme Court hearing in Memogate case and then after the Islamabad sit-ins, he said, adding the party was not ready to be cheated yet another time...

    He said the ousted prime minister could not forget the nationalisation of large industrial and commercial entities by the first PPP government in 1970s (when the Sharifs’ steel mills was also taken over), while this time...

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