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February 4, 2017 11:46 PM Pakistan tells India to stop bloodbath; allow free and transparent plebiscite

* President says resolution of Kashmir issue must for regional peace ISLAMABAD: Kashmir Solidarity Day will be observed on February 5 (today) across Pakistan with a pledge to get the Kashmir issue resolved according to the United Nations resolutions and aspirations of the Kashmiris. The hallmark of the day will be when Pakistani and Kashmiri representatives 27

February 4, 2017 11:07 PM The Latest: Pence Defends Trump's Comments About Judge

Thousands of LGBT Americans have raged against President Donald Trump outside the New York City bar where the gay rights movement was born. They're demanding that the president suspend his immigrant ban. The activists gathered outside the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village on a chilly Saturday afternoon, chanting "Resist, resist!" The president issued 15

February 4, 2017 3:23 PM The Latest: US State Department reinstates visas

The State Department says it's reversed the cancellations of visas for foreigners after a federal judge put on hold President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration. A person walks outside the federal courthouse in Seattle carrying a sign that reads "I'm with Bob and Immigrants," in reference to Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson 29

February 3, 2017 11:44 PM Pakistan to become the World’s fastest-growing Muslim economy in 2017

London’s The Economist Magazine declared Pakistan to be the fastest growing Muslim economy of the world in 2017. Among the other fast growing and developed Muslim countries like Indonesia, Malaysia, Turkey and Egypt Pakistan took the lead. List is here. As compared to Israel whose growth rate of GDP is 4% , Pakistan is ahead with GDP growth rate of 5.3%. According 10

February 3, 2017 4:52 AM Trump blast rattles alliance with Australia

As the dust settled, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull told reporters in Sydney today he still thought he had a deal, despite everything. — Reuters picSYDNEY, Feb 3 — Australia today was scrambling to come to terms with the realisation that decades as one of the closest of US allies may count for little in the “America First” vision of President 32

February 3, 2017 1:35 AM Uber CEO Leaves Trump’s Advisory Council Amid Controversy

Uber Technologies Inc. Chief Executive Officer Travis Kalanick is stepping down from President Donald Trump’s business advisory council after criticism from customers and drivers. Kalanick’s participation on the council, along with more than a dozen other U.S. executives, prompted blow-back on social media after Trump’s controversial executive order 39

February 3, 2017 12:16 AM Snap IPO: Six things we now know about Snapchat parent company

Snap is recording big net losses despite Snapchat’s 158 million daily active users Snap Inc. SNAP, +0.00% , the parent company of messaging app Snapchat, officially filed to go public Thursday. Snap, which calls itself a “camera company,” did not disclose the terms of its IPO, but did say that the stockholders who buy into the offering will not have any voting 13

February 2, 2017 4:48 PM Did Trump threaten to send US troops to fight Mexico's drug war? Here's what we know

On Wednesday, journalist Dolia Estevez reported that during a brief, blunt phone call the previous Friday, US President Donald Trump threatened and cajoled Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto. According to Estevez, who cited "confidential information" obtained from sources on both sides of the call, Trump disparaged Mexico and Mexicans, threatened to levy taxes 116

February 2, 2017 4:23 PM UC Berkeley halts Milo Yiannopoulos talk amid violent protest

The University of California at Berkeley was forced to cancel a talk by an editor at right-wing Breitbart News after violent student protests. Milo Yiannopoulos, 32, is an outspoken supporter of President Donald Trump. Hundreds of students rallied on Wednesday night. At least one fire was started and riot police used tear gas as the campus was put on lockdown 48

February 2, 2017 3:40 PM Killers Are Paid Up To $300 Per Head In Philippines' Deadly War On Drugs: Report

Amnesty International investigation finds President Rodrigo Duterte's anti-drug campaign has created "an economy of murder." As one officer with an anti-illegal drugs unit in Manila reportedly told the human rights group, police are paid “per head,” between $160 and $300 depending on whether the person killed is a suspected user or dealer. “We’re paid in cash, secretly 38