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Pakistani cabinet decides to push back Afghan refugees’ legal right to stay in the country from March 31 to end of 2017.

  Islamabad, Pakistan – Pakistan’s government has extended a deadline for Afghan refugees to leave the country until the end of 2017, according to state media. Analysis: Challenges facing Pakistan-Afghanistan refugee repatriation programme A meeting of the cabinet, presided over by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, on Tuesday pushed back the refugees’ …

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500,000 protesters rallied to put pressure the Romanian government over a contentious corruption decree

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    Mass rallies persist nationwide despite scrapping of contentious decree that decriminalised some corruption offences. An estimated 500,000 protesters have rallied in Romania’s capital, Bucharest, following a government climbdown over a contentious corruption decree in the face of week-long mass demonstrations. Fulfilling a promise made late on Saturday, the …

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‘Flying target’? Theresa May’s US-Turkey flight was visible on popular tracking app

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  The British Prime Minister Theresa May © Andrew Parsons / www.globallookpress.com British Prime Minister Theresa May came under the threat of a potential terrorist attack last week when information on her flight from Washington to Ankara became available to anyone with a real-time aircraft tracker, experts said. The Flightradar24 …

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Now McDonald’s Is Reportedly Trying to Sell a Chunk of Its Business in This Country

An employee of McDonald's Japan serves the new menu "Vegetable Chicken Burger" as the company president Sarah Casanova announces the new business strategy at a restaurant in Tokyo on May 21, 2015. McDonald's Japan unveiled a revamped business strategy and a new menu on May 21 as it looks to put a damaging contamination scandal behind it. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO        (Photo credit should read YOSHIKAZU TSUNO/AFP/Getty Images)

  McDonald’s Corp is inviting bids for a significant stake in its Japan unit McDonald’s Holdings Co Japan Ltd, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the situation. The fast-food company owns just under 50% of its Japanese unit, and is looking to sell up to 33%, with …

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