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Saudi aggression leaves 135 Yemeni kids dead: UN

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) says the Saudi aggression against Yemen has claimed the lives of more than 130 children over the past two months. “Since the conflict escalated in March, as many as 135 children have been killed and 260 injured,” the UNICEF said in a statement on ...

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China organizes prison tours for officials

China’s ruling Communist Party has organized prison tours for government officials to encourage public servants to avoid unlawful activities. China Daily reported that the party’s top anti-graft body, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, has organized the nationwide tours so cadres would “be aware of wrongdoings involving corruption.” The newspaper ...

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Khawaja Asif slams Indian minister’s statement of ‘sponsoring terrorism to counter terrorism’

ISLAMABAD: Defence Minister Khawaja Asif said here on Sunday that his Indian counterpart’s recent statement about sponsoring terrorism to counter terrorism had confirmed “our assertions of Indian involvement in terrorist activities on Pakistani soil”. He said the statement of Indian Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar was a blatant admission of sponsoring ...

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UN peace talks on Yemen postponed

A United Nations conference aimed at restarting peace talks in Yemen has been postponed as Saudi Arabia’s war on the impoverished country goes on. “I can confirm that the meeting has been postponed,” a UN official said on Sunday amid uncertainty over who would attend the negotiations. The decision was ...

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