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Pakistan Mob Kills Sri Lankan Man Over Blasphemy Accusations

ISLAMABAD — A Muslim mob in eastern Pakistan lynched a Sri Lankan man Friday before burning his body for allegedly insulting Islam’s Prophet Muhammad.Police identified the victim as Priyantha Kumara, saying he was working as an export manager at a priv...
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European deputies demanded to ban the import of Turkmen goods produced in slavery

More than 300 deputies of the European Parliament demanded to ban the import into the territory of the European Union of products "produced in slavery by the Turkmen and Uighurs." This is stated in a letter addressed to the President of the European Co...
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Another citizen of Turkmenistan dies in Istanbul from poisoning with fake vodka

In Istanbul's Esenyurt district, six people, including a 30-year-old citizen of Turkmenistan, Jobborkul Rakhimov , have died from poisoning with surrogate vodka.As a result of the operative actions of the police, trade points were found and sealed and ...
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US Jobless Benefit Claims Remain at Low Level

WASHINGTON — First-time claims for U.S. unemployment compensation remained at a low level last week as employers retained their workers and searched for more as the United States continues its economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.The Labor D...
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Pakistan Drops ‘Un-Islamic’ Chemical Castration as Penalty for Rapists

Pakistan says it has removed a clause from a new anti-rape law that had allowed for the chemical castration of repeat rapists.Prime Minister Imran Khan's government confirmed the decision two days after the ruling coalition hurriedly approved 33 legisl...
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US Reportedly Negotiating Deal with Pfizer to Purchase 10 Million Doses of Experimental COVID-19 Pill

News outlets say the administration of U.S. President Joe Biden is planning to spend $5 billion to purchase Pfizer’s new experimental antiviral pill designed to treat COVID-19, enough to cover 10 million courses of treatment.The revelation comes a day ...
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Two More Laborers Killed in Indian Kashmir in Spate of Shootings

Two laborers were killed by gunmen in Indian-administered Kashmir Sunday, police said, the latest victims of a fresh outbreak of violence that has sent jitters through the disputed Muslim-majority region.The two laborers, who were Hindus from Bihar, a ...
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Afghan Shiite Mosque Bombing Kills Dozens

A suicide blast inside a crowded Shiite Muslim mosque Friday in Afghanistan’s northeastern Kunduz province killed at least 46 worshipers and injured more than 150 others.Taliban government spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid confirmed the casualty toll to loc...
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US Charges Afghan With Killing American Troops

U.S. prosecutors on Thursday charged an alleged former Taliban commander with terrorism-related offenses over the killing of American troops in 2008.Haji Najibullah, 45, is in U.S. custody, charged with kidnapping an American journalist and two Afghan ...
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