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Saturday, November 23, 2013
Minister apologies for Pakistani 'corruption' remarks
Dominic Grieve QC, the Attorney General, says he is sorry if he "caused any offence" after saying corruption in parts of the Pakistani community is "endemic"
telegraph 8:53:00 PM CET
MP warns of corruption in minorities
bbc 3:55:00 AM CET
Grieve Warns Of 'Ethnic Corruption' In UK
ananova 3:29:00 AM CET
Dominic Grieve's comments on British Pakistanis branded offensive
guardian 5:43:00 PM CET
Grieve sorry over corruption remark
belfasttelegraph 8:55:00 PM CET
6 days before.
Curfew renewed after clashes in Pakistan Similarity: 0.41
4 days before.
Shi'ite professor, driver shot dead in Pakistan violence Similarity: 0.40
3 days before.
Afghan officials in Pakistan for Taliban peace talks: sources Similarity: 0.33
2 days before.
At least eight killed in drone strike on Hangu seminary Similarity: 0.36
1 day before.
U.S. denies Pakistan's claim that seminary was target Similarity: 0.30
1 day after.
Taliban claim twin bomb attacks Similarity: 0.31
2 days after.
Perspectives from the Region in 2013: Pakistan Similarity: 0.35
4 days after.
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