Archive of 5 October 2018

Unilever blow sparks Dutch PM tax rethink

THE HAGUE: Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said Friday he would reconsider a controversial tax break aimed at luring foreign firms after Unilever axed plans...

Melania Trump visits baby elephants, takes Kenya safari

NAIROBI: US First Lady Melania Trump cosied up to baby elephants and went on safari in Kenya on Friday, on the third leg of a...

Trump ‘very proud’ after Senate sets vote on Kavanaugh nomination

WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump said Friday he is "very proud" that the Senate has cleared the way to hold a vote on Brett Kavanaugh, his...

World Bank warns of Latin America’s ‘fragile’ recovery

WASHINGTON: The World Bank on Friday expressed concern over the "fragile" economic recovery in Latin America and the Caribbean, weighed down by Venezuela's spiraling crisis...

UN chief says Nobel Peace Prize winners ‘defended our values’

UNITED NATIONS: UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Friday congratulated Congolese doctor Denis Mukwege and Yazidi campaigner Nadia Murad after the two jointly won the 2018...

Nazimabad residents suffer from collapse of sewerage system

KARACHI: Sewage was flowing over most of streets and roads after the collapse of sewerage system in blocks R and S of North Nazimabad area...

Plots fraud: Ex-senator remanded in NAB custody

LAHORE: An accountability court on Friday handed over former Senator Ammar Gulzar, owner of Pak-Arab Housing Society, to National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Ten-day physical...

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