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Day: July 29, 2016

Trump backlashes: Clinton brought ISIS to the world
America, ENGLISH

Trump backlashes: Clinton brought ISIS to the world

    Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump responded to his opponent’s speech from the Democratic National Convention with slander and insults. “Hillary’s wars in the Middle East have unleashed destruction, terrorism, and ISIS across the world,” Trump tweeted. “No one has worse judgement than Hillary Clinton.” A short time after Hillary Clinton’s speech at the Democratic National Convention (DNC), Donald Trump reacted in a predictable manner. The Republican Presidential Nominee backlashed at Clinton with a series of tweets, in which he asserted that she is unable to properly deal with the threat of Radical Islamic terrorism. “Hillary’s refusal to mention Radical Islam is more proof that she is unfit to lead the country, Trump tweeted immediately after Clinton’s speech. ...
UK exports grow faster than global rivals for first time since 2006 as businesses target non EU markets
ENGLISH, United Kingdom

UK exports grow faster than global rivals for first time since 2006 as businesses target non EU markets

    The UK’s exports have grown at a world-beating pace for the first time in nearly a decade, according to official figures, as businesses rapidly increased the share of goods they sold outside of the European Union. The success of British firms in repositioning to markets further afield has helped boost overall export growth above the global rate of expansion for the first time since 2006, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS). The UK’s success came at a fraught moment for global trade as a whole, as world export growth fell behind overall economic growth for the first time in 14 years. The figures suggested that the country's exporters were already moving towards non-EU markets ahead of this year's EU referendum result. While Britain has sold slightly more g...
French PM open to interim ban on foreign funding of mosques
ENGLISH, Europe

French PM open to interim ban on foreign funding of mosques

    France's prime minister said Friday he was "open" to a temporary ban on foreign financing for mosque building, after a spate of attacks in the country claimed by jihadists. Manuel Valls also admitted in an interview with the Le Monde daily it was a "failure" that one of the jihadists who attacked a church and killed a priest earlier this week had been released with an electronic tag pending trial. Valls and Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve have come under fire for perceived security failings that have failed to prevent three major terror attacks in France in 18 months. The fact that one of the church attackers, 19-year-old Adel Kermiche, was awaiting trial on terror charges and had been fitted with an electronic tag meant judges needed to take a "different, case-by-case...
With Degree Debunked, Melania Trump Website Is Taken Down
America, ENGLISH

With Degree Debunked, Melania Trump Website Is Taken Down

    Melania Trump’s cribbing last week of Michelle Obama’s lines was not the first time she claimed something that was not hers. For months now, reporters have noted that Ms. Trump, who grew up in the small Slovenian town of Sevnica, did not obtain an undergraduate degree in architecture from the University of Ljubljana, as her professional website claimed she did. Instead, she left after her first year to pursue a modeling career in Milan. As recently as a week ago, Ms. Trump’s website stated that she had obtained a degree before going on to become a philanthropist and skin care entrepreneur. On Wednesday, The Huffington Post noticed that the site had been entirely scrubbed of its content. People clicking on its address are now redirected to the Trump Organization’s website...
Prisoners being shifted to newly build Keraniganj central jail
Bangladesh, ENGLISH

Prisoners being shifted to newly build Keraniganj central jail

    Prisoners from Dhaka Central Jail are being shifted to newly-built central jail in Keraniganj amid additional security as the process started early Friday. The jail authorities started the shifting process around 5:30 am and it will continue till Saturday evening, said sources from Dhaka Central Jail, reports unb. Around 800 police personnel have been deployed in and around the Dhaka Central Jail to avert any untoward incident or ensure that the shifting process runs smoothly. Sources at the Dhaka Central Jail said 6,000 prisoners will be shifted to the new jail on Friday and Saturday. Inspector General (IG) of Prisons Brig Gen Syed Iftekhar Hossain himself is monitoring the transfer process of prisoners. All-out security measures have been taken deploying police, Rab and ...