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ISIS’ message still finding US audience, lawmaker warns

WASHINGTON: (Web Desk) ISIS’ message continues to resonate with alienated Americans, as more extremists plot attacks on U.S. soil and attempt to travel overseas to join the terror group, according to a new report from key lawmakers. The chilling development was detailed in the House Homeland Security Committee’s monthly “Terror Threat …

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Plans for world’s first head transplant

LONDON: (Web Desk) A neurosurgeon planning to carry out the first human head transplant hopes to perform the operation in the UK. Professor Sergio Canavero says the UK looks like the “most promising place” in Europe for the procedure, which he believes could lead to people paralysed from the neck …

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Trump’s rhetoric will help ISIS recruitment

OTTAWA: (Web Desk) From Afghanistan to Algeria, jihadists plan to use Donald Trump’s shocking U.S. presidential victory as a propaganda tool to bring new fighters to their battlefields. Taliban commanders and Islamic State supporters say Trump’s campaign trail rhetoric against Muslims — at one point calling for a total shutdown of …

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Stop killing of Shiites in Nigeria

ABUJA: (Web Desk)  In a statement signed by its National Coordinator, Comrade Emmanuel Onwubiko, and the National Media Affairs Director, Miss Zainab Yusuf, HURIWA accused the federal government of systematic but illegal clampdown on the members of the Shiites group who, in any case, are entitled to the full enjoyment of …

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Iran denies any breach of nuclear accord

TEHRAN: (Web Desk) Iran denied on Friday that it had in any way breached its nuclear deal with world powers, insisting it was meeting its commitment to cap its stocks of controlled materials. A report by the International Atomic Energy Agency last week showed that Iran’s stocks of so-called heavy …

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