OpenCart Templates
Home / 2015 / May / 20

Daily Archives: May 20, 2015

PM Nawaz leaves for two-day Turkmenistan visit

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday left for a two-day official visit of Turkmenistan, where he is scheduled to lead delegation level talks and hold a one-on-one meeting with Turkmenistan’s President Gurbanguli Berdymukhamedov. During the visit, a number of memorandums of understanding (MoUs) pertaining to trade, bilateral cooperation and ...

Read More »

Zimbabwe tour

THIS is a big moment for Pakistan cricket. The Zimbabweans are here. There is an ex-executive of the Pakistan Cricket Board who is obliged to acknowledge all the congratulatory messages on Twitter for apparently having played a part in bringing international teams back to Pakistan. Then the current PCB chief ...

Read More »

ISIL executes journalist in Mosul: Watchdog

The Takfiri ISIL group has executed a journalist in the Iraqi city of Mosul, which is under the control of the terrorist group, a watchdog says. Akram Suleiman, the head of Iraq’s Kurdistan Journalists Syndicate’s branch in Mosul, said that Firas al-Bahri, a veteran TV journalist in the city, was executed ...

Read More »

Algerian army forces kill 22 militants

The Algerian army has killed more than 20 militants as they were meeting to plan attacks on the country’s capital of Algiers, officials say. The Algerian Defense Ministry said its forces killed 22 armed men in an operation some 100 kilometers (60 miles) east of Algiers on Tuesday. An official ...

Read More »

Obama renews ban on Iran oil trade

President Barack Obama has renewed unilateral US restrictions on purchases of oil and oil products from Iran.  In a decree, issued by his office, the US president said that “global economic conditions, increased oil production by certain countries, and the level of (oil) spare capacity” had allowed him to take ...

Read More »

Attack on Russian embassy in Syria ‘act of terror’, Moscow says

Moscow has condemned a mortar attack on the Russian embassy in the Syrian capital Damascus, calling it a “terrorist act”. “We treat the incident as terrorist act, aimed against the Russian embassy. We strongly condemn its perpetrators, organizers and instigators,” said Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich on Tuesday. Russia reaffirms its ...

Read More »