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Team effort inspired Pakistan, says Sallu

KARACHI: While terming Pakistan’s series-levelling victory in the second One-day International in Melbourne, former chief selector Salahuddin Ahmed Sallu credited the entire team for the much-awaited result on what has had been a disappointing tour of Australia. “To be honest, I was bitterly disappointed the way Pakistan lost the first ...

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PLO welcomes France peace conference closing statement

The Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) has welcomed the closing statement of a Middle East peace conference held in France, “which stressed the need to end the Israeli occupation.” PLO Secretary General Saeb Erekat made the announcement on Sunday, while calling on France “to immediately recognize the State of Palestine on ...

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Risible Trump playing with fire over Taiwan: Chinese media

Chinese state media say incoming US President Donald Trump is “playing with fire” by challenging China’s sovereignty over Taiwan, promising that Beijing would strongly respond to any reconsideration by the US of the so-called One China policy. The English-language newspaper Global Times published an article on Monday warning that Trump’s ...

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Adama Barrow lands in Senegal amid political crisis in Gambia

Gambia’s opposition leader Adama Barrow, who was declared the winner of the December presidential election, has landed in neighboring Senegal, where he will remain until his planned inauguration this week. Senegal’s APS agency, citing an unnamed official, said on Sunday that Senegalese President Macky Sall had accepted a request to ...

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Gambia’s leader urged to avoid ‘bloodbath’

The Gambia’s presidential crisis was at the heart of conversation at the 27th Africa-France summit in Bamako, Mali, which brought together the leaders of at least 30 nations to discuss security and development issues, as well as ways to reduce the exodus of refugees to Europe. Speaking to journalists on ...

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