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Palestinian flag raised at UN

Caleb Maupin New York The Palestinian flag has been raised at the United Nations Headquarters in New York for the first time. The ceremony was attended by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, UN Chief Ban Ki-moon and other dignitaries. Abbas also addressed the UN general assembly where he strongly denounced Israel’s ...

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Pakistan set 260 run target for Zimbabwe

HARARE: Pakistan have set a 260 run target for Zimbabwe in the first one-day international at Harare Sports Club on Thursday. Zimbabwe won the toss and put Pakistan into bat first. The men in green lost quick wickets at the top. Azhar Ali fell for 10, Ahmed Shahzad for 12 ...

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25 terrorists killed in North Waziristan airstrikes: ISPR

ISLAMABAD: At least 25 terrorists were killed when security forces launched airstrikes in Dattakhel area of North Waziristan tribal agency, the Inter-Services Public Relations said Thursday. “Twenty-five terrorists were killed in precise aerial strikes today,” the military said in a brief statement. According to the ISPR, the military’s public relations ...

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Remand of suspected Safoora bus attack facilitators extended

KARACHI: An anti-terrorism court in Karachi has extended the remand of three suspects accused of facilitating the gruesome terrorist attack on a Ismaili community bus near Safoora Chowrangi that claimed 46 lives. The suspects – former Fishermen Cooperative Society vice chairman Sultan Qamar Siddiqui, his brother Hussain Qamar alias Shibli, ...

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US Central Command’s delegation reaches Islamabad

ISLAMABAD – United States (US) Central Command (CENTCOM) four-member delegation on Thursday has reached the federal capital and will hold talks with military leadership to discuss defense cooperation. Sources said that the delegation reached Islamabad today. The delegation is led by US AirForce CENTCOM LT General Brown. The members will ...

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Hillary Clinton aides worried about private email use in 2011

NEW YORK/WASHINGTON: A hacking attack on Google’s Gmail service in 2011 prompted Hillary Clinton and her aides to worry about the security of private email accounts widely used by government officials who found their “antiquated” government-issued laptops inefficient. Clinton’s use of a private email account connected to a server in her ...

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