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4,500 jobs lost in January and February alone

BRUSSELS:3,000 jobs have been lost in Belgium so far this year as a result of company restructurings. Bankruptcies take the total number of Belgian jobs that have disappeared in only two months to 4,500. According to the consultants Graydon,Radiator manufacturer Henrad in Herentals wants to shed 113 jobs. “That takes Belgian job losses in January and February to 3,500” says …

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“Belgian women suffer partner abuse”

BRUSSELS:Figures from the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights reveal that a third of women in the EU have been assaulted physically or sexually. At 36% for Belgium the figure is above the European average. The Belgian figure is lower than in neighbouring countries: the Netherlands (45%), France and Britain (44%), Luxembourg (38%) and Germany (35%). The highest levels of …

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Wajid congratulates Pakistani community on historic cricket victories

LONDON (PR):Pakistan High Commissioner for UK Mr Wajid Shamsul Hasan has congratulated the Pakistani community living in the UK on Pakistan cricket team’s successive historic victories in the Asia Cup Cricket Tournament against India and then Bangladesh today. In his message on this happy occasion, the High Commissioner lauded the heroic efforts of Pakistani cricketers especially Shahid Afridi,Muhammad Hafeez, Ahmed …

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Use of force in Ukraine approved by Russian Lawmakers

MOSCOW: The international conflict over Russia’s military moves in Crimea escalated precariously Saturday as lawmakers in Moscow authorized the use of armed forces to protect their nation’s interests and ethnic Russians in Ukraine and President Obama pressed President Vladimir Putin during a 90-minute phone call to back down. The unanimous vote in the upper house of the parliament came after Russian troops had already …

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Zionist Saudi Royals ‘seeking Pakistan arms for terrorists in Syria’

Saudi Arabia is in talks with Pakistan to provide anti-aircraft and anti-tank rockets to Syrian militants to try to tip the balance in the war to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad, a Saudi source says. The United States has opposed arming the militants with such weapons, fearing they might end up in the hands of extremists, but Syrian opposition figures say …

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No coexistence with Taliban: Rally led by Altaf Hussain resolves

KARACHI: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Chief Altaf Hussain said in his telephonic address on Sunday that Pakistan’s existence is threatened adding that those who support Taliban are hypocrites and not Pakistan’s friends. Addressing a rally held in solidarity with armed forces, Altaf Hussain said that external forces have abused Pakistan for their own agendas; world wants to see India playing …

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Al Qaeda’s Possible Collapse in Syria

KUWAIT CITY: Kuwait recently joined Saudi Arabia in criminalizing the participation of its citizens in jihadist activities abroad, as part of measures intended to curb the outflow of radicalized youth to battlegrounds in the region, notably Syria and Iraq. European nations, such as France and the United Kingdom, have also taken legal action to reduce the involvement of their citizens …

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American acquitted in teen’s murder not haunted by what happened

WASHINGTON (AFP) – George Zimmerman, the US man controversially acquitted of murdering black teenager Trayvon Martin, said in an interview aired Monday that he is not haunted by what happened. Zimmerman also told CNN he sees himself as a victim and scapegoat and that the only judge he has to answer to is God. The Sanford, Florida, neighborhood watch volunteer …

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Iran, world powers begin talks on final nuclear deal

VIENNA (AFP) – Nuclear talks between Iran and world powers moved into new territory Tuesday as negotiators embarked on what both sides predicted will be a long and difficult path towards a lasting deal. In a nutshell such an historic accord would let Iran retain its civilian nuclear programme, but on a modest scale and with enough oversight to make …

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Iran should respect international borders law: Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has emphasized that Iranian forces have no authority to cross the borders in violation of the international law. Reacting to an Iranian statement that it can send forces into Pakistan to free five border guards abducted by militants‚ Foreign Office spokesperson said the two countries must respect each other s borders. The spokesperson said Pakistan has already informed the …

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