Dawn Leaks: A tweet that shows a “State within a State”

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Imad Zafar

Who is at the helm of affairs in Pakistan? Every single sane person knows it. It is a fact that the civilian governments in Pakistan are always dependent on the defence establishment’s mandate rather than depending on the mandate of the masses.

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French voters sceptical Macron and Le Pen have answers on key issues

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Matthias Blamont

A week before the decisive second round in France’s presidential election, many voters are sceptical that either of the two candidates can solve chronic unemployment or tackle security concerns, a poll published on Sunday found.

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Mrs May: Why Britain needs her now to deal with EU negotiations

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Hazel Speed

It is a bit incredulous that when the EU Countries could have given a basic guideline once they knew the UK were leaving Europe, they have chosen to outline their categorical imperatives (as opposed to hypothetical ones), or preliminary demands, whilst the UK is in the middle of a General Election.

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There is still no Nigeria

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Prince Charles Dickson

The North-South Dichotomy is not a subject within the shores of this nation that one talks about without understanding, it evokes a lot of passion from the heated debates and arguments which it generates, everyone holding dear to their views, values, idiosyncrasies and what not. A lot has been written on old perspectives likewise new viewpoints…more are still being penned.

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