Al-Raya Newspaper: Prominent Headlines of Issue 204
Ahead of upcoming National polls in Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina government began all-out effort to satisfy India in a bid to secure her power, all under the guise of bilateral agreement and cooperation.
Observers of the situation in Syria know that all the last months Bashar Assad pulled all his forces to the last bastion of the revolution – the province of Idlib. All other, less significant centers of resistance were suppressed by Assad. And most often this was the surrender of positions in exchange for the relocation of rebels to Idlib.
The US Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco reported on the 13th of August, that 10 years after the 2008 financial crisis: “the U.S. economy remains significantly smaller than it should be”, which “represents a lifetime present-value income loss of about $70,000 for every American”, and “the United States is not alone.”
Imran Khan, the new Prime Minister of Pakistan, has accomplished what he has been dreaming of for the last 22 years. He is a former cricketer and one of the most successful captains of Pakistan’s cricket team. He reached the pinnacle of fame when he ended his cricketing career, by winning the World Cup in 1992.