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Supporters of a Pakistani religious group burn tires while block a main road during a protest after a court decision, in Karachi, Pakistan, Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018. Pakistan's top court has acquitted a Christian woman who has been on death row since 2010 for insulting Islam's Prophet Muhammad. In Wednesday's verdict, the court ordered authorities to free Asia Bibi. AP

ISLAMABAD (AP) — Pakistan's top court on Wednesday acquitted a Christian woman who was sentenced to death under the country's controversial blasphemy law, a landmark ruling that sparked protests by hard-line Islamists and raised fears of violence. Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar announced the verdict to

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So, you were fortunate enough to have had Parents who were able to send you to the very best schools available from which you graduated with flying colors as the saying goes.  You then went away and attended one of the best Universities in the

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L to R: Vaughn Miller, Reece Chipman, Travis Robinson and Frederick McAlpine voted against a resolution seeking parliamentary approval for the government to lease space in Town Centre Mall to house the General Post Office. FILE

It is a hell of a thing for a member of Parliament to accuse his party of perpetuating corruption, especially a party that roared to power promising to implement a strong anti-corruption regime and take action against members of the former administration accused of using

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Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis (center) along with Cabinet ministers, other MPs and the Cabinet secretary walk to the House of Assembly in May.

When the Free National Movement (FNM) meets in conclave this weekend it will assess its progress as a government and try to figure out how to reset amidst a soured national mood. In the 17 months since it was elected to office, the euphoria and goodwill

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Bahamian track star Shaunae Miller-Uibo is in the running for the IAAF’s Female Athlete of the Year Award. Fans are encouraged to go on social media - Facebook, Instagram and Twitter - and vote for the Bahamian superstar. IAAF

Shaunae Miller-Uibo appears to be leading the charge on Facebook, but there are two other social media outlets available to the public and time is winding down to vote for The Bahamas’ super track and field sensation. She is in the running for the International

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