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Amid cultural clash, Louvre honors Islamic art

 In its boldest development in a generation, the Louvre Museum has a new wing dedicated to Islamic art, a nearly (euro) 100 million ($130 million) project that comes at a tense time between the West and the Muslim world. Louvre curators tout their new Islamic …

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UN team opposes new powers for spy agencies

BY AMIN AHMAD ISLAMABAD: A delegation of the United Nations Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances has warned of the danger of intelligence agencies acquiring new powers to interrogate, arrest and detain people to the detriment of the law-enforcement agencies. “This shift can ultimately …

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