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Obama: US will make immigration ´more fair and just´

Obama: US will make immigration ´more fair and just´WASHINGTON: President Barack Obama unveiled his immigration plan Thursday, saying lifting the threat of expulsion from five million undocumented migrants would make the system "more fair and just."And, while he stressed migrants will not get "a free pass to American citizenship" without taking the proper steps, Obama said that "rounding up and deporting millions of people isn´t realistic.""My fellow Americans, we are and always will be a nation of immigrants. We were strangers

Gilani gives shutdown call on Nov 25 against poll drama in IOK

ISLAMABAD: The veteran Hurriyet leader, Syed Ali Gilani has called for complete shutdown on November 25 against the election drama being staged by India in the territory.Syed Ali Gilani in a statement issued in Srinagar, stressed people to register their protest against manipulated elections, highhandedness of authorities and fresh arrest spree.Syed Ali Gilani while ridiculing election drama, said it is an operation conducted under the shadow of gun, and youth and political activists are being

Obama says Ebola fight far from over in W. Africa

WASHINGTON: US President Barack Obama warned Tuesday that the fight to stem the Ebola outbreak was far from over in West Africa, and called for continued vigilance despite some progress in the region.“As long as the outbreak continues to rage in the three countries in West Africa — Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea — this is still going to be a danger — not just for America, but for the entire world,” Obama said before meeting with his Ebola response team.“We are nowhere near out

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