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20-10-2020

Tose buying flats in Trump Tower project near Delhi invited to dine with US president’s son

Prospective investors in a Trump Tower project near Delhi are being offered a conversation and dinner with Donald Trump Jr has part of a marketing campaign that has drawn criticism from corruption watchdogs.

Full-page advertisements reading “Trump is here. Are you invited?” featured on the front page of three Indian national newspapers at the weekend ahead of a visit by the US president’s son to India this week.

20-10-2020

ISLAMABAD: Foreign office spokesman has said that India has been involved in terrorist activities in Pakistan.
He said, “We have taken issue to the UN Secretary General about involvement of India in terrorist activities in Pakistan.” He said Pakistan is biggest victim of terrorism.

Speaking at the weekly news briefing here Thursday, Foreign Office spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said investigation is underway in Lahore bombing and some arrests have been made.

20-08-2015

Reports and photographs of Iraqi prisoner abuse by U.S. soldiers have raised concern about the treatment of detainees being held in Afghanistan.

19-08-2015

Two prisoners who died while being held for interrogation at the US military base in Afghanistan had apparently been beaten, according to a military pathologist's report. A criminal investigation is now under way into the deaths which have both been classified as homicides.

16-08-2015

It is a tragedy of immense proportion when people in America, technically the most advanced country on earth choose ignorance over enlightenment in order to hide behind their fears of self-criticism.

16-08-2015

Like Vietnam vets did decades ago, a group of soldiers are poised to speak out about atrocities they say the U.S. committed in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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Aug. 4, 2008 | WASHINGTON -- On the campaign trail in April, Barack Obama was asked whether, if elected, he would prosecute Bush administration officials for establishing torture as American policy. The candidate demurred. "If crimes have been committed, they should be investigated," he said. But he quickly added, "I would not want my first term consumed by what was perceived on the part of the Republicans as a partisan witch hunt, because I think we've got too many problems to solve."

When Bush jr. said, "we will smoke them out…" he lived up to his promise, making life an unattainable reality for the unborn and unsustainable reality for the living sentencing the Afghan people and their future generations to a predetermined death sentence.

"After the Americans destroyed our village and killed many of us, we also lost our houses and have nothing to eat. However, we would have endured these miseries and even accepted them, if the Americans had not sentenced us all to death.