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Tahir-ul-Qadri leaves Pakistan; Opposition claims deal with Sharif <strong>government</strong>

Tahir-ul-Qadri leaves Pakistan; Opposition claims deal with Sharif government

30 Oct 2014

Lahore: After abruptly ending his over two-month long anti-government protest in the Pakistani capital, fiery cleric Tahir-ul-Qadri has left the country, leading to speculation that he has struck a deal with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

Anti-government protest,   Pakistani capital,   Pakistan cleric,   Tahir-ul-Qadri,   Prime Minister,   Nawaz Sharif,  
Sweden recognises Palestinian state, hopes will revive peace process

Sweden recognises Palestinian state, hopes will revive peace process

30 Oct 2014

STOCKHOLM: The Swedish government officially recognised the state of Palestine on Thursday, the first Western European country to do so, reflecting growing international exasperation over the moribund Israeli-Palestinian peace process.

Swedish government,   Palestine,   Western Europe,   International exasperation,   Israeli-Palestinian war,   Israel,  
White House computer system breached by hackers: Report

White House computer system breached by hackers: Report

29 Oct 2014

Washington: Unclassified White House computer networks were breached by hackers recently resulting in temporary disruptions to some services with the Russian government thought to be behind the intrusion, according to a media report.

Washington,   White House,   White House computer,   Computer networks,   Russian government,   Barack Obama,  
Protesters in Hong Kong to vote on <strong>government</strong> proposals

Protesters in Hong Kong to vote on government proposals

24 Oct 2014

Hong Kong: Pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong say they will hold a straw poll on government proposals they had rejected earlier in  the week as the campaign in the Chinese-controlled city entered the fifth week on Friday. With crowds likely to swell at the weekend, student leaders late on Thursday announced a plan for an electronic poll of protesters on reform proposals tabled by senior city government officials in talks on Tuesday that failed to break the deadlock.

Hong Kong,   China,  United Nations Human Rights Committe,   Chinese Central Government,  
Baghdad not <strong>under</strong> 'imminent threat' from IS, says US

Baghdad not under 'imminent threat' from IS, says US

17 Oct 2014

Washington: Iraq's capital Baghdad is not under imminent danger of falling to the Islamic State despite gains made by the jihadist group in the country's west, US has said.

Baghdad,   ISIS,   IS militant,   jihadist group,   Operation Inherent Resolve ,  
Hong Kong protesters plan march after fruitless talks with <strong>government</strong>

Hong Kong protesters plan march after fruitless talks with government

22 Oct 2014

HONG KONG: Hong Kong protesters planned to march to the home of the city's Beijing-backed leader on Wednesday to push their case for greater democracy a day after talks between student leaders and senior officials failed to break the deadlock.

Hong Kong,   protesters,   march,   fruitless talks,   government,   HK protest,  
Kerry <strong>appoints</strong> Nancy Powell as Ebola Coordinator

Kerry appoints Nancy Powell as Ebola Coordinator

25 Sep 2014

Washington: US Secretary of State John Kerry has appointed Nancy Powell, the former US Ambassador to India, as Ebola Coordinator at the State Department. In this new role, announced yesterday, Powell will lead the State Department's outreach to international partners, including foreign governments, to ensure a speedy and truly global response to this crisis.

Kerry,   Nancy Powell,   Ebola Coordinator,   Ebola virus,   ebola disease,   ,  
Hong Kong <strong>government</strong> to talk with protestors next week

Hong Kong government to talk with protestors next week

16 Oct 2014

Hong Kong: The Hong Kong government hopes to have formal talks with the representatives of students participating in the Occupy movement next week, Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying announced on Thursday.

Hong Kong,   Hong Kong protest,   Democratic protest,   Anti- government protest,   Hong Kong government,   CY Leung,  
Pakistan <strong>government</strong> wants peace within and outside borders: Sharif

Pakistan government wants peace within and outside borders: Sharif

18 Oct 2014

Lahore: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday said his government wants peace within and outside the country's borders to achieve economic development.

Pakistan,   Prime Minister,   Nawaz Sharif,   peace,   border,   border tension,   India,   socio-economic development,   Naval War College,  
Court asks Pak <strong>government</strong> to stop construction work on nuclear plants

Court asks Pak government to stop construction work on nuclear plants

17 Oct 2014

Islamabad: A court in Pakistan has restrained the government from initiating construction work on two proposed nuclear power plants unless environmental safeguards are adhered to, media reports here said.

Islamabad,   Pak court,   Pakistan,   Pakistan government,   Construction work,   Nuclear power plants,   Pak nuclear,   Environment,  

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