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Breaking News: Private Jet crashed at Ataturk Airport runway in Turkey

By Special Correspondent in Istanbul :- A private jet crashed and caught fire at the largest Ataturk air port of Turkey in Istanbul. The private...

Uber to stop using diesel cars in London by end 2019

LONDON (Reuters) - Uber will cease using diesel cars in London by the end of 2019 and the vast majority of rides will be...

Upgraded China-Nepal border point to boost trade, tourism: Nepali traders

KATHMANDU, (Xinhua) -- Nepali business leaders have hoped that trade and tourism between Nepal and China would be boosted after the Rasuwagadi-Kerung (Geelong Port)...

Scottish Conservatives’ leader questions UK immigration target

EDINBURGH (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May’s governing Conservatives should start a new “grown-up” debate on immigration as Britain leaves the European Union, Scottish...

Eight people killed in British motorway crash during holiday weekend

EDINBURGH (Reuters) - Eight people died when two lorries and a minibus collided on one of Britain’s main motorways early on Saturday at the...

India investigates after fourth big train accident in past year kills...

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India began investigating on Sunday a train crash in which 23 people were killed, the fourth major accident over the...

Pakistan – British High Commission launches Photography Exhibition in Sialkot

(Islamabad - PR) : - The Acting British High Commissioner, Mr Richard Crowder, visited Sialkot to launch a photography exhibition. The exhibition, entitled ‘Shared History....

British Airways says Heathrow check-in problem resolved

LONDON (Reuters) - British Airways said it had resolved an issue with its systems that affected the check-in process on flights from Heathrow on...

Top Merkel aide says Turkey’s conduct ‘unacceptable’

BERLIN (Reuters) - Turkey's behaviour is "unacceptable" and Germany has a duty to protect its citizens and companies but also wants to maintain strong...

EU leaders willing to compromise on freedom of movement, says Tony...

LONDON (Reuters) - European Union leaders are willing to change the bloc's rules for the freedom of movement of workers, opening an opportunity for...

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