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Paleolithic cuisine

London: A trendy restaurant in Berlin is offering its diners prehistoric cuisine, which our caveman ancestors relished during Stone Age.

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PML-N offices attacked in Pakistan

KARACHI: Armed men have attacked PML-N offices across Sindh province and burnt alive a party leader two days after the main opposition party staged a major rally against ruling the PPP co-chairman and President, Mr Asif Ali Zardari.

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Assad warns of ‘earthquake’ if West intervenes

LONDON: The Syria's embattled President, Mr Bashar al-Assad has warned that Western military action against his country could cause an "earthquake" that could create "another Afghanistan" and burn the whole of the Middle East.

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‘Lady al-Qaeda’ sentenced to 15 years in prison

DUBAI: A woman dubbed "Lady al-Qaeda" for being the first female in Saudi Arabia who underwent trial for involvement in terrorist activists has been sentenced to 15 years in prison by a court in the kingdom.

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ISI hacked e-mails of German police in Afghanistan: report

BERLIN: Pakistan's ISI systematically eavesdropped on the telephone communication and hacked into the e-mails of the German police mission in Afghanistan and passed on the highly confidential and militarily sensitive information to the Taliban, a media report said today.

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Terror safe havens in Pakistan undermine Afghan security: US

WASHINGTON: Slamming Pakistan’s dubious role in Afghanistan, the US has said that Islamabad continues to tolerate and abet insurgency in the war-torn country, particularly the Haqqani terror network, with an aim to see a friendly government in Kabul with limited Indian influence.

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Obama lights Diwali Diya at the White House

WASHINGTON: US President Mr Barack Obama celebrated Diwali at the White House complex by lighting the traditional diya and hosting a reception for eminent Indian Americans and officials in his Administration.

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Pakistan says India played big role in its bid for UNSC seat

KARACHI: India played a big role in supporting Pakistan’s successful bid to become a non-permanent member of the powerful UN Security Council, Islamabad’s envoy to the world body Mr Abdullah Hussain Haroon said here Saturday.

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India, Japan discuss civil nuclear cooperation

TOKYO: Notwithstanding its own nuclear disaster, Japan Saturday assured India of taking forward the civil nuclear cooperation during the 5th bilateral Strategic Dialogue, which covered discussions on key areas, including defence and trade.

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