February 25, 2024
International

Sudan; Firing on the Turkish plane going to evacuate civilians

Khartoum: Shots were fired at the plane going to evacuate citizens in Sudan. According to the foreign news agency, shots were fired at the Turkish plane coming to take the citizens trapped in Sudan, but there were no casualties. According to the Sudanese authorities. The Turkish plane was fired upon while landing. The plane was […]

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International

Israel: Driver ran over tourists in Tel Aviv

In the coastal city of Tel Aviv, Israel, a driver crushed tourists with a car. An Italian tourist was killed and 5 other tourists were injured in the attack. The police opened fire and killed the attacker. The attacker was an Arab-Israeli. After the attack, Israel called for additional police and army personnel. According to […]

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International Sport

Shan Masood has been named the vice-captain (ODI) series

Shan Masood has been named as the vice-captain for Pakistan’s One Day International (ODI) series against New Zealand, set to begin on January 9. Masood, a left-handed opening batsman, will be serving as Babar Azam’s deputy in the absence of Shadab Khan, who is injured. Masood, who last played an ODI in March 2019 against […]

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International PAKISTAN

Senior army officer sues Raja for defamation in UK

A serving officer of the Pakistani Army has filed a lawsuit in the UK against YouTuber Adil Raja over allegations of defamation. The suit, which was filed with the UK High Court in August 2022 and made public on Tuesday, claims that Raja conducted a social media campaign against the officer that included defamatory statements. […]

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International

Pope Benedict XVI, the former leader of the Catholic Church, has died at the age of 95

He served as pope from 2005 until his resignation in 2013. Pope Francis, his successor, will preside at Benedict’s funeral on Thursday, and his body will lie at St. Peter’s Basilica from Monday to allow the faithful to pay their respects. Benedict’s death marks the end of an unusual period in which two popes coexisted, […]

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Business International PAKISTAN

Pakistan’s Economic Journey | A Decade of Ups and Downs

Examining the challenges and opportunities facing Pakistan’s Economic Journey and the steps the country can take to drive sustainable development. From strong growth in the early 2010s to the impacts of rising energy costs, natural disasters, and political uncertainty, we examine the factors that have shaped Pakistan’s economic journey performance over the past decade. Pakistan […]

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Business International PAKISTAN

An analysis of Pakistan in 2022 | Roze news

“The Roze NEWS will be providing a detailed, month-by-month account of the significant events and changes that occurred during 2022, including political developments, regime change, and widespread discontent with the political system and its institutions, in a special report titled “2022 in the Eyes of The Patriot”. This year has been marked by its ups […]

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Entertainment International Life Style

“Ariana Grande Donates Gifts to Manchester Hospitals in Remembrance of 2017 Bombing”

Ariana Grande has donated Christmas gifts for patients at The Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital.On Monday, the hospital charity turned to Twitter and thanked the singer for the charity she made on Christmas. Ariana Grande visited several hospitals in Manchester, England over the holiday season and donated gifts to babies, children, and teenagers in remembrance of […]

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International

Understanding the Conflict Between Ukraine and Russia: A Comprehensive Guide”

Introduction: Set the stage by briefly explaining the context of the conflict between Ukraine and Russia. This might include a brief history of the two countries and their relationship, as well as the specific events that led to the current conflict. The outbreak of hostilities: Describe the actions and events that led to the outbreak […]

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International

Abaya is prohibited for female students taking exams in Saudi Arabia

Female students will not be allowed to take exams while dressed in abayas, as determined by the Saudi Education and Training Evaluation Commission (ETEC). Female students must wear school uniforms inside test rooms, according to the ETEC, and such clothes must adhere to stringent rules and norms of decency. ETEC, formerly known as the Education […]

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