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Here’s what JITs probing high-profile incidents achieved

A look back at the most prominent incidents that were probed by a joint investigation team, and what became of them. With April 20’s Panamagate verdict in the public sphere, speculation is rife over just how fruitful the formation of a joint investigation team (JIT) can be in investigating Prime …

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LafargeHolcim’ CEO Can be Resigned Because of Cooperation with ISIS in Syria

According to Inside Syria Media Center sources, the French-Swiss world’s biggest cement company LafargeHolcim Ltd., previously was accused of being involved into financing ISIS armed groups in Syria, announce the resignation of the company’s Chief Executive Officer Eric Olsen. Olsen is leaving on July 15, with Chairman Beat Hess named …

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‘No one was prepared to come to the Mashal`s funeral’

After the imam at a local mosque in Zaida refused to lead Mashal Khan’s funeral prayers and locals refused to attend his funeral, Sherin Yar, a resident of a nearby village, stepped forward prepared to perform the last rites “no matter what the cost.” Mashal Khan, a 23-year-old journalism student …

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What next for Nawaz?

The historic Panama Papers verdict may have been short on immediate impact and pounced on by both sides to claim vindication, but it is relatively clear that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will still have to contend with an elevated degree of scrutiny. That is only right. Through the agonising series …

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What kind of Sarin Poisoned the Political Will of World Leaders?

‘War is peace’, ‘Freedom is slavery’, ‘Ignorance is strength’ and ‘Lying is the truth’, “Nineteen Eighty-Four”, George Orwell The statements of some Western politicians about the chemical attack on April 4, occurred in the Syrian province of Idlib, once again confirmed that the modern world is suffering a severe and …

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A woman in China

SOMETIMES it takes a single person with courage to awaken a society. So it may be in the case of Ye Haiyan, a women’s rights activist in China who has sacrificed nearly everything to bring to attention the condition of sex workers in her country. Ye Haiyan, born to poverty …

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Washington Tries to Hide Its Failure in Mosul

For the past months, Washington has faced the urgent need to distract the world’s attention from its devastating failure in Mosul in order to hide the huge number of casualties among the local population. Perhaps, this became one of the main reasons for carrying out a new full-scale campaign to …

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Bombs and babies

Since the Second World War, every US president has played some sort of a double game in the Middle East. President Donald Trump has already ordered an attack in Yemen, which resulted in slaughtering innocent people, bombed Mosul and Aleppo, effectively killing scores of civilians, despite promises during his presidential …

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How did politicians condemn Mashal Khan’s brutal killing?

Following the murder of Abdul Wali Khan University, Mardan (AWKUM) student Mashal Khan over blasphemy allegations Thursday afternoon, several political leaders expressed their deepest condolences and condemned his killing in strong words. The 23-year-old was killed and another seriously injured on the university premises by a vigilante mob for allegedly …

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