Tuesday morning news brief, June 6

Tuesday morning brief Jun 6 2017
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Sushma Swaraj yesterday expressed her concerns about the 6.5 lakh Indians living in Gulf nations following the Qatar diplomatic rift. “Our only concern is about Indians there. We are trying to find out if any Indians are stuck there,” the foreign minister said, steering clear of the Islamic world’s latest implosion. “They (Gulf nations) have done this before, we hope things will get better soon,” she said.
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Ex-Hizbul terrorist Zakir Musa slams Indian Muslims in his first message as an al-Qaeda operative. The former Hizbul commander criticized Indian Muslims for not joining Islamic jihad for ‘Ghazwa-e-Hind’ (the final and last battle for the conquest of India). He also slammed the cow-vigilantes urging the Indian Muslims to show the muscle of Islam and Muslim community.
A Pakistan-origin man was among the three assailants involved in the London terror attack. The security agencies had previously investigated one of the Islamist terrorists who carried out Saturday’s attack. They identified two of the three attackers as 27-year-old Khuram Shazad Butt, a British citizen born in Pakistan and 30-year-old Rachid Redouane who claimed to be Moroccan or Libyan.
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The Adani Enterprises today gave final approval for the $4 billion Australia coal mine project. The company, which has still to line up funding, plans to build what would be Australia’s biggest coal mine, but has faced opposition from environment groups who argue it will contribute to global warming and damage the Great Barrier Reef.
Former greats Imran Khan and Wasim Akram yesterday slammed Pakistan’s ‘humiliating’ loss to India. Following India’s 124-run victory in their opening ICC Champions Trophy tie, Akram said that the country’s cricket had improved a lot due to the IPL and the massive investment in the sport. Meanwhile, former cricketer Aamir Sohail said that Pakistan doesn’t have the ability to beat the current Indian side.
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