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PM Modi sends message on Pak National Day eve & other stories

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Published on : 23 March 2019, 10:54 AM
PM Modi sends message on Pak National Day eve & other stories

PM Modi sends message on Pak National Day eve

Prime Minister Narendra Modi sent Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan greetings on the eve of Pakistan`s National Day. Mr Khan, in a tweet, said PM Modi told him that it is time for people of the subcontinent to work together "for a peaceful and prosperous region, in an atmosphere free of terror and violence".

Pregnant Muslim woman attacked in Germany

There have been incidents of attacks on two Muslim women, including a pregnant woman in Germany. The women dressed in hijab near Berlin’s Newcastle railway station were being mocked at first by the attackers. After the attack, the attackers fled.  

May gets two-week Brexit delay

EU leaders have agreed to give Theresa May an extra two weeks to work out what to do with Brexit. They told the prime minister that if lawmakers don’t endorse her Brexit deal next week, she’ll have until April 12th to decide whether to leave with no deal or to request a much longer extension.

Photo of Kiwi female police went viral

Toting a semi-automatic rifle, police officer Michelle Evans looked foreboding as she stood outside a cemetery in Christchurch on Thursday. But her decision to wear a hijab and pin a red rose to her bulletproof vest as an act of symbolic solidarity touched people around the world.

‘God may have sent Trump to save Israel’

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said it is "possible" that President Donald Trump was sent by God to save Israel from Iran.

Malaysian PM Mahathir in Pakistan

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad visited Pakistan on Thursday (Mar 21) for a three-day official visit. The Malaysian leader will also attend the Pakistan Day 2019 parade at the Shakarparian parade ground in Islamabad on Saturday as the guest of honor.

Front page of Christchurch newspaper reads `Salam`

Newspapers in New Zealand marked a week since a white supremacist gunned down 50 people at two mosques in the city of Christchurch. The front page of The Press, Christchurch and the South Island`s premier daily newspaper and news website, had `Salam` written in Arabic with its English transliteration and translation written below.

At least 60 killed in Ghana bus collision

At least 60 people were killed on Friday in a head-on collision between two buses in Ghana, police said, in the latest deadly crash on the country`s roads.

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