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Valentines day banned in some Asian countries

  Asia- Valentine’s Day celebrations on Tuesday 14 have been banned by authorities in parts of Indonesia and Pakistan to discourage casual sex. According to Reuters, officials said the romantic tradition encourages casual sex and goes against cultural norms to Asia’s largest Muslim populations. In Surabaya, Indonesia schools were ordered …

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Man convicted of the murder of a six-year-old boy who disappeared in 1979

New York- The city jury on Tuesday found a former delicatessen worker guilty of murdering a six-year-old boy who disappeared in 1979. According to Reuters Etan Patz vanished as he walked alone to a school bus stop in the city’s SoHo neighborhood on May 25, 1979. Reuters reported, “his disappearance …

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President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau conference

“A two nation share much more than a border, we share  the  same values,  we share the  love and a truly  great love of freedom and we share  a collective defense. American and Canadian troops have troops have gone to battle together, fought wars together and forged the special bonds …

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Donald Trump plans to host Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

North America- The white house has said in a statement on Thursday that President,Donald Trump will host Canadian Prime Minister,Justin Trudeau on Monday,13 . “The meeting will tackle issues such as trade and a major crude oil pipeline”, according to Reuters. The statement said that President Trump and Prime Minister …

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Schwarzenegger responds to Trumps prayer

Washington – The former California Governor , Arnold Schwarzenegger and current President of the (USA) United States,Donald Trump have become hostile towards each other following remarks made by the president at the National Prayer Breakfast on Thursday. According to CNN,  former host of Celebrity Apprentice, President Trump said that he …

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U.N warns Travel ban could lead to torture of refugees

GENEVA- United Nations (UN) human rights experts have released a statement following the travel ban on the seven majority Muslim countries on Wednesday, January 30 by saying that it does not observe the international law. According to the statement by ,François Crépeau, Mutuma Ruteere, Ben Emmerson, Nils Melzer and Ahmed …

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