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Iran urges Muslims including Saudi Arabian ‘brothers’ to unite against US

TEHRAN: Iranian President Hassan Rouhani urged Muslims worldwide on Saturday to unite against the United States and assured Saudi Arabians they were "brothers" who had nothing to fear from Tehran. US President Donald Trump abandoned a landmark 2015 nuclear deal between major powers and Tehran in May and has since reimposed crippling unilateral sanctions. "What the United States wants of (the Middle East) today is enslavement," Rouhani told an Islamic unity conference in Tehran. Instead of "rolling out the red carpet…

Zardari, Imran are brothers, says Maryam Nawaz

SWAT: Former prime minister’s daughter Maryam Nawaz on Sunday said Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan and former president Asif Ali Zardari were brothers who had joined hands under a banner that did not represent the people of Pakistan. In a fiery speech at Kabal Ground in Swat, she also lashed out at the judiciary. Pointing towards the deposition of her father, she said that the decision taken for vengeance would not be accepted. “The institutions only pressurise us but they are not working out to…

Two brothers drown while taking selfie in Gujrat

GUJRAT: Two brothers drown on Saturday while attempting to take a selfie in stream near Gujrat, ARY News reported. The incident occured in Itwal stream near Kolia Shah Hussain in district Gujrat where brother Shiraz and Shamraiz had gone for a picnic. Shiraz was taking a selfie when his foot slipped and he fell in the stream. His elder brother Shamraiz jumped to save his life but also drowned in the fast flowing stream. Rescue officials have fished out both bodies after a few hours. They confirmed that the brother…

Slovak brothers win burial competition with fastest, neatest grave

Two brothers from Slovakia won a grave-digging competition at an international exhibition of funeral, burial and cremation services on Thursday. Ladislav and Csaba Skladan, aged 43 and 41 respectively, dug a grave 1.5 meters deep, two meters long and 90 centimetres wide in 54 minutes in the western Slovak town of Trencin, beating 10 other two-member teams from Slovakia, Poland and Hungary as a small audience cheered loudly. Their grave was also the neatest, a five-member jury agreed. "We want to show and…