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Shehbaz “will pay” for Nawaz’s extended stay in London

ISLAMABAD: The federal cabinet decided on Tuesday that it would go to the Lahore High Court (LHC) to seek the disqualification of opposition leader in the National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif for presenting a “false affidavit” and for his inability to bring his brother – former convicted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif …

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Egyptian Coptic Orthodox celebrate merry Christmas despite pandemic – Society – Egypt

In the first minutes of Friday, Coptic Orthodox Christians – who make up 90 percent of Egypt’s Christian population – broke their 43-day fast and celebrated Christmas, the birth of Jesus Christ. This year’s celebration takes place against a backdrop of less stringent measures due to the coronavirus than last …

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Biden Warns of US Peril of Trump’s ‘Dagger’ on Democracy

By LISA MASCARO, ZEKE MILLER and MARY CLARE JALONICK, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) – President Joe Biden forcefully accuses Donald Trump and his supporters of holding a “dagger in the throat of democracy” with his election lies that sparked last year’s deadly assault on the U.S. Capitol. Biden used the …

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Pasco Man wins first prize for “Forged In Fire” TV show

A man from Pasco showed he has what it takes when he was crowned champion of the History Channel’s “Forged In Fire” TV show. Pasco Man participates in the History channel Forged In Fire has aired on the History Channel since 2015 and can now boast that one of its …

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The best stress-free travel destinations to visit this year

WWe have heard a lot about the countries with the tightest travel restrictions and entry requirements this year, including long-distance favorites New Zealand, Australia and Japan. But which nations are more relaxed on their entry rules and national restrictions related to Covid? We’re looking at some of the less stringent …

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Indonesia to get COVID-19 antiviral pills, Omicron surge anticipates in late January

THE STRAITS TIMES – Indonesia is expected to receive its first shipment of two types of COVID-19 antiviral pills – molnupiravir made by Merck and paxlovid by Pfizer – next month, Health Minister Budi Sadikin said, as the country is stepping up efforts to curb the spread of the infectious …

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These are the most Mars-like places on Earth

Illustration of an astronaut watching the sunrise on Mars getty The next few years are expected to present exciting developments in humanity’s trajectory towards our planetary neighbor, Mars. From Elon Musk’s dream of building a colony on the Red Planet to NASA’s ongoing but flexible-timeline Artemis mission, all eyes will …

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Review 2021: why the flow of refugees in the world has increased again despite the pandemic

LONDON: For the past two years, the global refugee crisis has been eclipsed by the battle against COVID-19. But in 2021, there was a worrying increase in the number of people fleeing poverty and conflict, and everything points to the situation going to get even worse in 2022. Anyone who …

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National Webinar on the History and Arts of Western Iran

TEHRAN – Dozens of historians, archaeologists, as well as cultural heritage and art experts were invited to discuss Western Iranian civilizations during a national webinar on Monday. Organized by the Iranology Foundation, the event is expected to focus on the history, arts and culture of Ilam, Kordestan and Kermanshah provinces, …

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Christmas Eve flights canceled, Times Square celebration curtailed amid Omicron

Mayor Bill de Blasio at a press conference last week in Prospect Park, Brooklyn. He announced Thursday that the Times Square celebration will continue, but with far fewer spectators.Credit…Dave Sanders for The New York Times New York City will reduce New Years Eve celebration to Times Square as the Omicron …

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