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Britons observe minute of silence for Prince Philip as funeral begins with royal procession
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Britons observe minute of silence for Prince Philip as funeral begins with royal procession

People across Britain observed one minute of silence in honor of the late Prince Philip just before his royal ceremonial funeral got under way inside St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on Saturday.

Pak journalists protest against raid at press club, detention of scribe
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Pak journalists protest against raid at press club, detention of scribe

Scores of journalists protested in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province on Tuesday against the government's high-handedness in raiding a press club and subsequently detaining a media person.

Pak journalists protest against raid at press club, detention of scribe
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Pak journalists protest against raid at press club, detention of scribe

Scores of journalists protested in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province on Tuesday against the government's high-handedness in raiding a press club and subsequently detaining a media person.

Pakistan: Hindu girl abducted from Larkana
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Pakistan: Hindu girl abducted from Larkana

A 22-year Hindu girl Arti Bai was kidnapped from Ali Gohar Abad locality, in Larkana on Saturday.

Pakistan: Over 560 police officials face serious criminal cases in Faisalabad
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Pakistan: Over 560 police officials face serious criminal cases in Faisalabad

As many as 563 Faisalabad district police personnel are allegedly involved in various serious crimes and 139 cases have been registered against them.

China rebukes LinkedIn for failing to control political content: Report
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China rebukes LinkedIn for failing to control political content: Report

It seems Microsoft's professional networking site LinkedIn is in hot water in China as the country's internet regulator has rebuked the executive of the company this month for failing to control political content, The New York Times reported.

Over 100 tankers destroyed after massive fuel tanker explodes on Afghan-Iran border
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Over 100 tankers destroyed after massive fuel tanker explodes on Afghan-Iran border

Over 100 tankers burst into flames at the Afghanistan-Iranian border Saturday afternoon after a fuel truck there exploded, Afghan officials reported.

Turkey deports 40 Pakistani citizens residing illegally
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Turkey deports 40 Pakistani citizens residing illegally

Turkey deported as many as 40 Pakistani citizens last week who were illegally residing in different cities of the country, according to the local media reports.

Ahead of Biden's inauguration, man held at DC checkpoint with 500 rounds of ammunition
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Ahead of Biden's inauguration, man held at DC checkpoint with 500 rounds of ammunition

Amid heightened security ahead of US President-elect Joe Biden's oath-taking ceremony, a man from Virginia has been arrested at the inauguration checkpoint in Washington, DC, for carrying "unauthorised" inauguration credential and an unregistered handgun with more than 500 rounds of ammunition in his car.

NYS sets block-by-block strategy against COVID-19 spread: governor
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NYS sets block-by-block strategy against COVID-19 spread: governor

New York, Oct 18 New York will target individual blocks rather than entire neighbourhoods as the state tries ...

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