Conservatives bristle as Trump backs off Clinton prosecution

Trump backs off Clinton prosecution

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Curtis Skinner

Some of Donald Trump’s strongest conservative supporters are voicing anger and disappointment at the president-elect’s comments on Tuesday that he might back off his campaign pledge of pursuing a prosecution of former rival Hillary Clinton.

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The Impact of Politics and Culture on Pakistan’s Education System

Fayyaz Ahmed

 

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Muhammad Shoaib Khan

Education is the indispensable need of every individual in the society. It is necessary for everyone to seek education. It does not mean holding a degree or cramming books, in fact it’s the knowledge and awareness about everything related to an individual, i.e. the society, culture, norms, values, religion, etc.

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Control money and you control the individual

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Hazel Speed

Having listened to BBC Radio 4 regarding Sweden’s Central Bank and its plans to consider digital banking, thereby eventually abolishing cash completely, I think this will be the most worrying political sea-change, just when we thought we had seen it all in the last couple of years with the UK Referendum (Brexit) and its American style metaphorical equivalent, albeit within a different arena.

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Court orders Police Officer to defend himself over assaulting TV Journalist in Uganda

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Robert Ssewankambo

The Ugandan Buganda Road Court has ordered the former Old Kampala District Police Commander, Joram Mwesigye to defend himself against charges of assaulting a Wavah Broadcasting Services (WBS) TV journalist Andrew Lwanga.

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NHS – English required to prove Nationality with Passport and Utility Bill

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Hazel Speed

There is a certain irony in this because for years, many English people have been annoyed that NHS Forms (and other Government ones), for the sake of political correctness, have not allowed Indigenous English people to say they are English but British, whereas all other UK and world nations from A to Z could declare their nationality. It was only the English who dare not speak their name.

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Corruption in society under the name of religion

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Shahper Hassan

Ours is a terribly sick society that under the cover of religion has taken altogether another path while distorting the meaning of religion. From top government officials down to the peon most of the people are corrupt and the establishment tops the corruption hierarchy.

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