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University students, nature lovers collect trash from Pakistan’s Margalla Hills

More than 100 university students, volunteers and nature lovers participated in the hiking and cleanup drive of the Margalla Hills Trail-5 on Sunday despite inclement weather. From the winding paths of Trail-5, they picked trash, including empty bottles, used shopping bags, juice cans and tissue paper. The hiking-cum-cleanliness expedition was organised by a local non-government […]

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2nd party approves deal for Scholz’s new German government

Germany’s pro-business Free Democrats on Sunday approved a deal to form a new government with two center-left parties, moving Chancellor-designate Olaf Scholz a step closer to taking office as the country’s new leader this week. The Free Democrats reached an agreement last month to form a coalition with Scholz’s Social Democrats and the environmentalist Greens, […]

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Mexico expanding ties with its migrants in the U.S.

Consulates, Institute for Mexicans Abroad procure education, financial and immigration advice – and COVID-19 vaccines for hundreds of thousands Mexicans working in the United States send $40 billion a year to relatives in their homeland, which represents Mexico’s biggest source of income surpassing oil exports and tourism. But many of these émigrés – some 11 […]