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Pakistan detains culprits behind Shia massacre

Pakistani law enforcement agencies have detained a number of Taliban militants who masterminded a deadly attack on worshipers at a Shia mosque in the Pakistani city of Peshawar back in February. Pakistani security officials said on Friday that the militants were arrested during an operation in the militancy-riddled northwestern tribal ...

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Pakistan celebrate return of international cricket

LAHORE: From Pakistan’s most popular fan Chacha Cricket to the Head of State, a nation of 200 million celebrated the return of international cricket in Pakistan for six years on Friday. Hundreds of fans battled the 42 degree heat and stifling security checks in long queues hours before the start ...

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Iran deal will have my name on it: Obama

US President Barack Obama has said a possible nuclear deal between Iran and the P5+1 will have his “name on it”. “This deal will have my name on it, nobody has a bigger personal stake in making sure it delivers on its promise,” Obama said on Friday at Adas Israel, ...

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UNSC concerned for people trapped in Syria’s ancient city

The UN Security Council has expressed grave concern for thousands of people trapped inside Syria’s ancient city of Palmyra after it was captured by ISIL Takfiri militants. The 15-member council on Friday issued a statement, expressing “deep concern for the thousands of Palmyra residents inside the city, as well as for ...

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NA committee agrees to re-examine cybercrime bill

ISLAMABAD: Heeding the concerns of the Joint Action Committee (JAC) of Information Technology (IT) industry stakeholders, the National Assembly Standing Committee on IT has asked its members to sit down with stakeholders from the industry and correct errors in the Prevention of Electronic Crimes Bill (PECB) 2015. “The bill has ...

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