International religious freedom report of the US will released

Washington: State Department spokesperson has said, on Wednesday the US’ annual official report on international religious freedom will be released. The status of the religious freedom will describe in the Congressional-mandated report for year 2015. This is first time when State Department would be commenting on the status of religious freedom in India a first full year under the Modi ...

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Ex-Guantanamo prisoner take in custody by Venezuela’s intelligence agency

.CARACAS: A lawyer familiar with Guantanamo case said on Tuesday, Intelligence agency of the Venezuela under arrest a former Guantanamo prisoner, who relocate to Uruguay nearly two years ago. He was travelling to Caracas to reunite with family. According to California-based lawyer Jon Eisenberg, Jihad Diyab was in custody for 12 years in Guantanamo without being charged and was released ...

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U.N. chief desire Argentina and other major nations to approve Paris climate agreement

BUENOS AIRES: Ban Ki-moon, U.N. Secretary-General desired to approved Paris climate agreement by the Argentina and other major nations, at a Buenos Aires conference on Monday. Argentina’s foreign minister said she hoped country would do so by the end of the year. In Paris, December 2015, near about 195 countries reached to an agreement and take concrete measures to control ...

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Biggest African takeover of a U.S. firm

Steinhoff International is buying Mattress Firm (MFRM) for $2.4 billion in the biggest ever African buyout of an American company. The cash offer will see investors double their money overnight. South Africa-based Steinhoff is paying $64 per share for Mattress Firm. Stock in the big-box retailer, which owns Sleepy’s and Sleep Train, closed at $29.75 on Friday. Steinhoff operates a ...

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Randstad to Acquire Monster Worldwide To Transform The Way People And Jobs Connect

Randstad Holding a leading human resources services provider, and Monster Worldwide, Inc., a global leader in connecting jobs and people, announced the signing of a definitive agreement under which Randstad will acquire Monster. According to the agreement, Randstad will pay $3.40 per share in cash, or a total purchase price of approximately $429. With this new step, Randstad intends to build the world’s ...

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Macedonia: 21 die in flash floods, declares emergency

SKOPJE: on Sunday, Macedonia declared a state of emergency in the capital Skopje and neighboring districts after 21 were killed in flash floods caused by a storm. Late on Saturday evening, heavy rain flooded homes and swept away section of the ring road around Skopje and broken down cars. Northern border and center of the city hard hit with flash ...

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Pakistan: In blast 70 killed and 35 injured in the Quetta hospital

Karachi: On Monday, in bomb attack at least 25 people were killed and 35 others injured in the Quetta hospital in Balochistan region Pakistan followed by gunfire. The loud explosion was takes place behind president of Balochistan Bar Association (BA). Advocate Bilal Anwar Kasi was shot dead by unidentified attacker in the regional capital. The bomb exploded as lawyers brought ...

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Volcano is with a wireless hot spot

An energy company, an explorer and the local government are coming together to install a network of around 80 Wi-Fi sensors inside the Masaya volcano, Nicaragua. The idea is to create an early warning. Located just outside of Nicaragua’s capital city Managua, the active volcano is a test case for other early detection systems. Each sensor will gather environmental information ...

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The world’s first website went online 25 years ago

On 6th August, 25 years ago the world’s first website went live to the public. The site, created by Sir Tim Berners-Lee, was a basic text page with hyperlinked words that connected to other pages. Berners-Lee used the public launch to outline his plan for the service, which would come to dominate life in the twenty-first century. He wanted the ...

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South Africa: ANC facing denial from urbanites over poor services

PRETORIA: ANC South Africa’s ruling party facing worst electoral performance since coming to power two decades ago, it is on the edge to lose power of the key metropolitan area in the refusal of the increasing anger of the jobless people and lack of basic amenities. The African National Congress (ANC) has fall in the eyes of urban residents whose ...

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