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Trump Signs Executive Order That Could Gut Affordable Care Act’s Individual Mandate

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WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump signed an executive order late Friday giving federal agencies broad powers to unwind regulations created under the Affordable Care Act, including enforcement of the penalty for people who fail to carry the health insurance that the law requires of most Americans. The executive order, signed in the Oval Office as one of the new president’s first ... Read More »

UNESCO & Saudi to make all important sites as World Heritage Sites Jannat-ul-baqee

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Al-Baqee Organization presented memoranudm to Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqqvi The Al-Baqee Organization, is an NGO comprised of coalition of Muslim citizens in United States of America and Hyderi Educational & Social Welfare Society, Hyderabad committed to raise awareness of atrocities on people, culture and heritage sites that has been destructed or on the verge of being destroyed especially, in ... Read More »

Donald Trump Arrives In Washington On Eve Of Historic Inauguration

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WASHINGTON: Twenty-four hours before he takes the oath of office as the 45th US president, Donald Trump arrived in Washington on Thursday, determined to transform American politics over the next four years. The Republican billionaire’s arrival caps an extraordinary and improbable run for the White House that, once he takes the reins from President Barack Obama, will launch the United ... Read More »

President Obama holds final White House press conference

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WASHINGTON: President Barack Obama firmly defended his decision to cut nearly three decades off convicted leaker Chelsea Manning’s prison term on Wednesday, arguing in his final White House news conference that the former Army intelligence analyst had served a “tough prison sentence” already. Taking questions on many topics two days before his presidency ends, Obama also warned that the “moment ... Read More »

Foreign Media On PM Modi’s Comments On Differences With China

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India will not hold talks with Pakistan as long as New Delhi’s nuclear-armed neighbor continues to support terrorism in South Asia, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in a foreign policy speech. “India alone cannot walk the path of peace, it also has to be Pakistan’s journey to make,” Modi said at a conference in New Delhi. “Pakistan must walk away ... Read More »

Turkish Police Arrested Istanbul Nightclub Attacker In City

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ISTANBUL: Turkish police on Monday captured the suspected jihadist who slaughtered 39 people on New Year’s night at an Istanbul nightclub, detaining him in a raid on a residential area of the city after a long manhunt. The alleged assailant was found along with his four-year-old son in an apartment in the Esenyurt district of Istanbul after a massive police ... Read More »

The Tiny Gulf Country With A $335 Billion Global Empire

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Qatar is regaining its appetite for deals. In the past two months alone, the world’s richest country per capita invested in Turkey’s biggest poultry producer, Russian oil giant Rosneft, and U.K. gas company National Grid. The investments have been made through the Qatar Investment Authority, created in 2005 to handle the country’s windfall from liquefied natural gas sales, of which ... Read More »

Donald Trump’s Plan For Day 1: Scrap Barack Obama’s Orders, Deport Illegals

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WASHINGTON: Rolling back Obamacare and industry regulations. Deporting undocumented immigrants. Scrapping trade deals. And of course, building that border wall. It will be an extremely busy first day in the White House for Donald Trump if he lives up to his various campaign and transition pledges to undo the policies of Barack Obama’s eight-year presidency. Some orders or guidance can ... Read More »

Pakistan Made ‘Counterproductive’ Moves Risking Nuclear War: US

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WASHINGTON: US Vice President Joe Biden has singled out Pakistan along with Russia and North Korea and others for making “counterproductive” moves that only increased the risk that nuclear weapons could be used in a regional conflict. “Not just North Korea, but Russia, Pakistan, and others have made counterproductive moves that only increase the risk that nuclear weapons could be ... Read More »