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Panama verdict victory for people of Pakistan: Saad Rafique

Panama verdict victory for people of Pakistan: Saad Rafique

A new investigative team is needed to further examine allegations against Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his children, the country's Supreme Court ruled Thursday. The prime minister's party, the Pakistan Muslim League, hailed the decision as a victory and his daughter Maryam tweeted: "Praise and glory be to Allah alone".


US VP Pence tours Southeast Asia's biggest mosque, talks trade in Indonesia

US VP Pence tours Southeast Asia's biggest mosque, talks trade in Indonesia

US Vice President Mike Pence on Thursday toured the biggest mosque in Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim-majority country, during a visit seen as a bid by his administration to heal divisions with the Islamic world. settle unpaid taxes of more than $400 million. Trump's company, the Trump Organization, is active in Indonesia with plans to manage luxury resorts being built near the capital Jakarta and on the tourist island of Bali.


Putin Congratulates Assad on Syria's National Day

Putin Congratulates Assad on Syria's National Day

Trump and May have agreed that the most recent attack in Syria presents a window for ending Russia's support for the Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad. "They are also terrifying". In his first interview since the strike and the subsequent USA air assault, the Syrian president said reports the Syrian government carried out the attack were "100% fabrication".


Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn refuses to rule out a second Brexit referendum

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn refuses to rule out a second Brexit referendum

The Labour leader also positioned himself against making cuts to corporation tax as mulled by the Conservative government. The Labour leader was mobbed by supporters following his brief address, signing autographs and posing for photographs and selfies as he made his way through the crowd.


Arkansas courts block resumption of executions

Arkansas courts block resumption of executions

The broader fight in Arkansas centers on the state's aggressive plan to carry out executions for the first time since 2005. Four of the eight inmates originally on Hutchinson's schedule have now received stays of execution, leaving four remaining who still could be put to death.


U.S. missile system en route to Korean peninsula

U.S. missile system en route to Korean peninsula

Pence repeated the phrase in South Korea , the first stop on his tour, and again during his speech aboard the Ronald Reagan. "We have to be honest about where our trade relationship is falling short", said Pence, adding the Trump administration would work with businesses on reforms.