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Syrians cut off main Daesh road to Turkey

An alliance of Syrian Kurdish and Arab forces has managed to cut off the Daesh terror group’s main supply route to Turkey after encircling the Syrian border town of Manbij. The Syrian Democrati Forces (SDF), a coalition of Kurdish, Arab, Assyrian, Armenian, and Turkmen fighters, backed by the People’s Protection ...

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Pakistan concerned over growing Indo-US ties: Sartaj Aziz

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has expressed its concern over growing strategic ties between India and the United States (US), a day after the two countries signed a number of agreements for security cooperation during Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the US. Addressing a press conference at the Foreign Office (FO) ...

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Ailing Edhi declines Zardari’s offer of treatment abroad

KARACHI: Philanthropist and Edhi Foundation Chairman Abdul Sattar Edhi declined an offer by former president Asif Ali Zardari for treatment abroad in favour of treatment in Pakistan. PPP Senator Rehman Malik visited Edhi in hospital on Thursday with Zardari’s proposal of treatment abroad. Edhi, however, declined the offer with a ...

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US lifts some restrictions against troops in Japan

The United States Navy has removed certain restrictions against American troops stationed in Japan despite protests against the behavior of US forces in the Asian country. The US Naval Forces of Japan said in a statement that American sailors in Okinawa Island are now allowed to leave their base there. ...

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Obama not pressuring Sanders to end campaign: White House

US President Barack Obama is not pressuring Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders to end his campaign to win the party’s nomination, according to White House spokesman Josh Earnest. “Sen. Sanders has more than earned the right to make his own decision on his own timeframe about the future of his ...

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