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PAF training aircraft crashes near Mianwali

MIANWALI: A Pakistan Air Force (PAF) training aircraft crashed in Kachha Gujrat, suburbs of Mianwali, rescue sources said. The pilot of the aircraft remained safe in the incident. PAF Spokesman said, an inquiry board has been constituted to probe into the incident.  

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Sri Lanka finalised as hosts for Pakistan-India series

Sri Lanka has been finalised as the venue for Pakistan’s ‘home’ series against India after an agreement was finally reached between the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and Board for Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) on Monday. An official announcement is due at the end of this month after the ...

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Israel was prime force behind 9/11 attacks: American scholar

An American scholar and journalist in Wisconsin says not only was the Zionist regime the primary force behind the 9/11 attacks, it was Israeli spies working for Mossad – not Arab Muslims – who celebrated the burning Twin Towers on September 11, 2001. Dr. Kevin Barrett, a founding member of ...

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Refugee crisis to persist if terrorism not tackled: Iran

Iran’s envoy to the United Nations (UN) has described terror threats in the Middle East as the root cause of the ongoing refugee crisis in the world, saying the crisis will not be settled as long as countries fail to effectively root out terrorism and extremism. Gholam-Ali Khoshroo, Iran’s ambassador ...

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UN slams Israel’s illegal settlement activities in occupied territories

The United Nations has expressed concerns over Israel’s illegal settlement activities, settler violence, and continued destruction of Palestinian homes. “We continue to witness illegal settlement activities and settler-related violence. Demolitions of Palestinian-owned structures have continued, including punitive demolitions,” said UN Deputy Secretary General Jan Eliasson during a special meeting of ...

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Daesh terrorists kill 10 Iraqi citizens southwest of Kirkuk

Members of the Daesh terrorist group have reportedly executed nearly a dozen civilians in Iraq’s northern province of Kirkuk. A local source, speaking anonymously, said Daesh members killed 10 people in the Zab district, located 95 kilometers (59 miles) west of the provincial capital, Kirkuk, on Monday after accusing them ...

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