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    Chinese ‘death squads’ hunted and slaughtered Indian troops - The Sun

    CHINESE army "death squads" hunted down and slaughtered Indian troops in gruesome hand-to-hand combat, survivors have claimed. Eight hours of fighting erupted as Chinese and Indian forces clashed in the Galwan Valley which has sparked fears of a war between the two sides. Survivors said...
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    MODI TU TO JAYE GAA

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    Where is Naeem Bukhari these days?

    Where is Naeem Bukhari these days?
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    The Magnus Effect

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    How much of this is true?

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    'Freedom Flotilla II' set to sail for Gaza from Turkey

    Amid Israel’s Operation Protective Edge to stop Hamas attacks from Gaza, a “Freedom Flotilla” is being organized in Turkey to bring humanitarian aid to the Hamas-controlled Palestinian coastal enclave with the protection of the Turkish military, according to an unconfirmed media report. The...
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    Germany to spy on US for first time since 1945 after double agent scandal

    Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government is planning to scrap a no-spy agreement Germany has held with Britain and the United States since 1945 in response to an embarrassing US-German intelligence service scandal which has deeply soured relations between Berlin and Washington. The unprecedented...
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    Bremen (Germany) Police arrests a Pakistani on charges of Spying

    Bremen. A man originally from Pakistan IT engineer is according to a report the magazine "Focus" have spied a renowned high-tech company in Bremen. A Mobile Task Force of the Bremen Police have arrested him on Wednesday morning. The officials had assumed that he wanted to break away from...
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    The Muslamic Ray-guns

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    Nanga Parbat (1953) von Hans Ertl

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    Dark Matters - Story 2 and 3 are worth watching.

    If you like than watch from begining otherwise Story Two - Killed by kindness (from 14:30) and Story Three - Voodoo Rx, are worth watching.
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    Weapons smugglers thrive in chaos of western Pakistan.

    Weapons smugglers thrive in chaos of western Pakistan KARACHI, Pakistan — The P226, a 9 mm semiautomatic pistol made by the weapons manufacturer SIG Sauer, is a favorite of law enforcement agencies and militaries worldwide, from the FBI and Navy SEALs to NATO troops in Afghanistan and police...
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    Afghanistan: war without end?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XplRABnEK_8
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    National debt by country.

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    15 Highest-Paid Charity CEOs.

    Giving money to charity is a wonderful way to help spread some of your good fortune, but as with any investment, it’s important to know where your money is going. There are a number of things that can stand in the way of donations being spent on an organization’s programs (such as administrative...
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    US objects to the Pak-China Nuclear Deal.

    Washington objects to China-Pakistan nuclear deal The Obama administration has decided to object to a lucrative deal in which a state-owned Chinese companies would supply Pakistan with two nuclear reactors, U.S. officials said. The deal is expected to be discussed next week at a meeting...
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    Mosque near Ground Zero gets go-ahead.

    'We don't want to upset 9/11 families but we have to balance diversity': Mosque near Ground Zero gets go-ahead A New York City community board voted yesterday for a plan to build a mosque and cultural centre near Ground Zero. The vote, 29-1 in favour with 10 abstentions, came after hours of...
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    Drone Pilots Could Be Tried for War Crimes, Law Prof Says

    The pilots waging Americas undeclared drone war in Pakistan could be liable to criminal prosecution for war crimes, a prominent law professor told a Congressional panel Wednesday. Harold Koh, the State Departments top legal adviser, outlined the administrations legal case for the robotic...
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    Russian honey-trap may have affected aircraft carrier deal with India.

    The recent court disclosure of an Indian engineers affair with a Russian woman has added fresh controversy in a multi-billion dollar deal gone sour between Russia and India, over the purchase of an aircraft carrier. In 2004, India purchased Admiral Gorshkov, a Soviet-built, 45,000-ton warship...