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Bombing, clashes leave 6 people dead in NW Libya

A total of six people have lost their lives in a bombing as well as clashes between security forces and militants in Libya’s northwest. Aziz Issa, head of the media office at Misrata’s central hospital, said a car bomb went off at a checkpoint, about 80 kilometers (50 miles) south ...

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Arrests made at Pennsylvania protest against Trump

Police in the US State of Pennsylvania arrest several protesters at a Pittsburgh rally against Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump. Hundreds of people staged the protest outside the Pittsburgh Convention Center to vent their anger at the Republican hopeful as Trump was holding a campaign event at the venue. The ...

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Karachi operation won’t end soon, says Raheel

KARACHI: The military establishment took direct ownership of Karachi operation on Wednesday when Army chief Gen Raheel Sharif termed lasting peace in the country’s business capital the “ultimate aim” of the Rangers-led exercise. “Peace (in Karachi) is crucial because of its direct link with the country’s economic progress.” The fresh ...

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Imran, Ch Nisar board the same flight to London

LAHORE (Web Desk) – Amid ongoing tussle between the PML-N government and opposition parties on the issue of Panama leaks, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan and Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan are travelling through the same flight (PK-757) from Lahore to London today (Thursday), Dunya News reported. Senior ...

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25 cops go missing after clashes with Rajanpur gangsters

LAHORE: At least three policemen were killed, several others injured and 25 personnel were allegedly held hostage by the Chotoo gang on Wednesday when security forces tried to enter a forest in an island in Indus River area between Rajanpur and Rahim Yar Khan. Fierce clashes erupted shortly after some ...

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NA adopts prevention of cybercrime bill

ISLAMABAD: It was certainly a big day for the Minister of State for Information Technology and Tele­com­munication, Anusha Rahman Khan, who got the controversial Prevention of Electronic Crime Bill passed by the National Assembly on Wednesday. However, the occasion was spoiled by her two fellow ruling party lawmakers. Ms Rahman ...

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RAW runs special cell to sabotage CPEC, says secretary defence

ISLAMABAD: Indian intelligence agency RAW has established a special cell at its Head Quarters in New Delhi to sabotage China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project and the plan is executed via Afghanistan, said Secretary Defence Gen (retd) Alam Khattak on Wednesday. “RAW and Afghan NDS have launched joint secret operations against ...

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‘China won’t let India gain entry into NSG’

ISLAMABAD: Pakistanis appear to be convinced that India will not make it to the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), despite having the support of the United States, and are relying on China to this end. Pakistan’s former permanent representative at the United Nations in Geneva and envoy at the Conference on ...

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