STAR Day at a Glance | Friday, July 27, 2018 | Daily Star
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STAR Day at a Glance | Friday, July 27, 2018

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Here are the headlines so far on July 27, 2018


'Gunmen abduct' AL leader in Lalmatia

Quader rules out possibility of holding formal dialogue with BNP

BNP says it wants to talk election with AL

Heralding the stars of business

Ex-whip Mostafa Suja passes away

IOM official found dead in Cox’s Bazar hotel

5 killed in ‘gunfights’ in 4 districts

‘Int’l community needs to continue pressure on Myanmar to take back Rohingyas’

In conversation with the graceful Sabila Nur


Putin says 'ready to go to Washington', invites Trump to Moscow

EU monitors team says Pakistan election not a level playing field

Pakistan Polls: PTI leads with 110 NA seats

Nawaz sees election as 'stolen', results as 'tainted,dubious'

UN chief warns staff, member states: We're running out of cash

Imran Khan awaits final poll tally to begin coalition building

Could a parasite carried by your cat make you more entrepreneurial?

Trump accuses Twitter of stifling Republicans, offers no evidence

No break for KitKat from EU court


No dives, but bluffs aplenty as Neymar shows poker skills

Big names are the 'easiest' to train, says PSG's Tuchel

Kohli will not be judged by the runs he scores: Ganguly

Emery looks beyond PSG reunion towards next season

Six-match ban for Sri Lanka opener Gunathilaka

Ronaldo to make Serie A debut for Juventus at Chievo

Barcelona men’s team fly business class, women go economy

Hope Imran runs Pakistan like he did team: Kapil Dev

Cricket Australia hands Langer more selection powers

Sehwag asks India to not play the Asia Cup

'Won't accept apology unless they send Messi'

Liverpool must ease scoring burden on Salah: Milner

Ozil thanks Arsenal fans after Germany racism row

Vaughan slams ‘ridiculous’ Rashid recall

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