20 October 2014

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Three car bombs kill 25 in Iraq

Three car bombs kill 25 in IraqBAGHDAD: Three car bombs exploded at a government compound north of Iraq´s Baquba city on Sunday, killing 25 people including military personnel and civilians, hospital sources said.Sixty people were wounded in the blasts 80 km (50 miles) north of Baquba, the sources added.In a separate incident, two improvised explosive devices detonated at a local market in the Dur al-Dhubat district in southern Baquba, killing six civilians and wounding 10, a police source said.

Nobel Prize for Malala source of joy for all Pakistanis

KARACHI: Karachiites in general have hailed conferment of Nobel Peace Prize upon their compatriot Malala Yousufzai and congratulated the young lady for bringing much needed laurels for the country.Sharing their views as the news broke on local channels many said they never expected this, however, are extremely excited with the pleasant surprise brought to them by Malala.They were of concerted opinion that conferment of Nobel Prize on Malala was a slap on the faces of those trying to pull

Erdogan denounces Turkey protests as peace process ´sabotage´

Erdogan denounces Turkey protests as peace process ´sabotage´ISTANBUL: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan vowed Thursday that the peace process with Kurdish rebels would not be derailed by "sabotage", after at least 27 people were killed in protests over the government´s policy on Islamic State (IS) militants.Ankara has not intervened militarily against IS jihadists trying to take the mainly Kurdish town of Kobane just across the Syrian border, to the fury of Turkey´s Kurds.Protesters in several cities in the southeast of the country with large

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