• Month of Ramadan fasting for many Muslims begins Monday
Month of Ramadan fasting for many Muslims begins Monday

Shuaib had become accustomed to people asking whether fasting was hard, but Ramadan "was the best time of the year", and a time when all Muslims felt united. Ramadan or Ramzan is practiced by all Muslims irrespective of where they live. After these intense nights of prayer, the end of Ramadan is met with a holiday called Eid al-Fitr.

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  • Trump to hike tariffs on $200bn of Chinese goods
Trump to hike tariffs on $200bn of Chinese goods

The tweets stirred up the hitherto calm market mood arising from signs of improving economic growth in China and the United States, and from comments from Trump and other senior US officials that trade talks were going well. cents. Once he took office, Trump's relationship with Xi seemed to get off to a good start. Domestic companies typicall...

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  • Trump to People of Gaza: ‘END the Violence and Work Towards Peace’
Trump to People of Gaza: ‘END the Violence and Work Towards Peace’

Palestinian officials in Gaza accused Israel of not taking steps to ease its blockade as promised under previous ceasefire deals. In total, 19 Palestinians were killed by Israeli strikes in Gaza on Sunday, the enclave´s health ministry said.

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  • Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Might Buy a Second Home Stateside
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Might Buy a Second Home Stateside

As per the reports, the newest royal family member will arrive before the second week of this month and the same is speculated as Prince Charles and Camilla and Duchess of Cornwall visit Germany on May 7 for a 3-day tour. However, Prince Harry and Meghan only recently moved into their new home Frogmore Cottage , where they are anxiously awaiti...

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  • Europeans concern as United States lets Iran oil trade wavers expire
Europeans concern as United States lets Iran oil trade wavers expire

The European powers also said they are determined to pursue efforts, together with other European partners, to enable the continuation of legitimate trade with Iran. A year after President Trump unilaterally withdrew from the Iran Nuclear Deal, its European signatories, who still honor the agreement, have expressed concern over the USA decision not...

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  • Trump threatens to raise Chinese tariffs to 25% this week
Trump threatens to raise Chinese tariffs to 25% this week

The US president tweeted that tariffs of 10% would rise to 25% on Friday, saying: "The Trade Deal with China continues, but too slowly, as they attempt to renegotiate. Tariffs on all of China's exports to the USA would increase the burden to 1.5 point. Recently, officials from both nations have said that the talks are in their final stages.

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  • Per Cent of Conservative Party Members Want Theresa May to Resign
Per Cent of Conservative Party Members Want Theresa May to Resign

Writing in the Mail on Sunday , May said this morning Labour should "listen to what voters said" in Thursday's local elections in which the Tories suffered crippling losses across the country, with 1,334 councillors unseated. But suggestions that May's government might make a deal that accepts Labour's demand for close economic ties with the Eu...

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  • Trump Says It Directly:
Trump Says It Directly: "Mueller Should Not Testify"

Although Mueller's conclusions about "collusion" aren't really in question, Democrats have said they intend to re-run Mueller's 22-month deep dive into whether Trump aides communicated and coordinated with Russian officials looking to make an impact on the 2016 presidential election.

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  • Taliban prisoners to be freed after peace summit BBC Online
Taliban prisoners to be freed after peace summit BBC Online

They have refused to hold dialogue with the Ghani-led government, and despite the recent concessions and release of 175 prisoners, Kabul is still being dismissed for being a "U.S puppet". Intense fighting continues across the country with the Taliban controlling or influencing more territory than at any point since their ouster at the hands of US...

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  • Trump Praises NYT For Taking Note of The Spying on His Campaign
Trump Praises NYT For Taking Note of The Spying on His Campaign

Trump saw the story in the predawn hours of Friday and tweeted: "Finally, Mainstream Media is getting involved - too "hot" to avoid". "The American government's affiliation with the woman, who said her name was Azra Turk, is one previously unreported detail of an operation that has become a political flashpoint in the face of accusations b...

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  • At least one person dead after burning plane lands at Moscow airport
At least one person dead after burning plane lands at Moscow airport

There are now conflicting reports on the number of people of injured. Interfax said six people were injured, while Baza reported 26 victims. The Aeroflot plane made an emergency landing following a fire on board soon after takeoff from Russia's capital to the Arctic city of Murmansk.

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  • Nadler gives Barr Monday deadline to produce full Mueller report
Nadler gives Barr Monday deadline to produce full Mueller report

After that, the letter warns, the committee will cite Barr for contempt of Congress for failing to meet the committee's May 1 deadline for delivery of the various documents. Mueller did not conclude that President Donald Trump committed obstruction of justice, but did not exonerate him either. White House attorney Emmett Flood wrote, in a lett...

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  • Sri Lanka Catholics say lonely prayers as churches close for 2nd week
Sri Lanka Catholics say lonely prayers as churches close for 2nd week

However, there could be a possibility of the bombers visiting the state using pseudonym, the official said , adding if Sri Lanka hands over some evidence, it can be verified from the ground. The cases we faced at that time [were] more hard, and [involved] more terror than what we are facing today. Separately, police have requested members of t...

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  • Muslims worldwide get ready for 2019 Ramadan, starting May 6
Muslims worldwide get ready for 2019 Ramadan, starting May 6

Hence Monday will be 30th Shaban 1440 and the first day of Ramadan this year will be Tuesday May 07, 2019, Imarat-e-Sharia, Jamiat Ulema Hind, New Delhi and Shahi Imam Jama Masjid, Delhi Abdullah Bukhari said. Should the crescent be spotted on Sunday, it will mean Monday will be the first day of fasting for Ramadan 2019. According to a statemen...

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  • Commercial jet goes down in Florida river; passengers reportedly OK
Commercial jet goes down in Florida river; passengers reportedly OK

A team of 16 federal investigators is travelling to Jacksonville, Florida, after a Boeing jetliner with 143 people on board slid off a runway into a shallow river while trying to land at a military base during a thunderstorm, injuring 21 people.

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  • Pres. Trump attacks social media companies after Facebook bans
Pres. Trump attacks social media companies after Facebook bans

In the past, Trump has suggested taking a "look at" the operating licenses of media companies whose reporting he dislikes, including AT&T Inc.'s CNN and Comcast Corp.'s NBC, and has warned social media companies to "be careful". Trump appeared on Infowars in 2015, during his Republican presidential primary campaign, and praised Alex Jones . ...

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  • Ashton Kutcher Expected To Testify Against Serial Killer Who Murdered His Ex
Ashton Kutcher Expected To Testify Against Serial Killer Who Murdered His Ex

Gargiulo was a close friend of Pacaccio's brother at the time and detectives had long suspected him in the murder. Once the Los Angeles trial concludes, Gargiulo will be sent back to IL to face murder charges for his alleged first victim, Tricia Pacaccio .

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  • Senate upholds veto of Yemen resolution in victory for Trump Saudi policy
Senate upholds veto of Yemen resolution in victory for Trump Saudi policy

Bernie Sanders co-sponsored a resolution demanding the USA withdraw its support for foreign military operations in Yemen. The war in Yemen, which pits Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates against Houthi rebels backed by Iran, has killed tens of thousands of people and spawned what the United Nations calls the world's most dire humanitarian...

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  • United Nations experts slam Assange's 50-week sentence
United Nations experts slam Assange's 50-week sentence

Assange is expected to appear by video link from prison for the hearing at London's Westminster Magistrates' Court. "His supporters at the public gallery cried" Shame on you" at the estimate as Assange was led away. Manning served several years in prison for leaking classified documents to WikiLeaks. Ben Brandon, a lawyer representing the US Gove...

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  • Venezuelan Soldier Burns
Venezuelan Soldier Burns "Memo" as Guaido Advocates Bid for Support

Supporters of Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido on Saturday, May 4, gathered outside a military base in Caracas to deliver a "memo" to troops in a bid for support, days after Guaido called on the armed forces to rise up against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.

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