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Daily Archives: January 25, 2017

Suspected militant attack kills UN peacekeeper in Mali

A United Nations peacekeeping soldier has been killed and two others have been wounded in an attack by suspected militants in Mali. The UN peacekeeping force in Mali, known as MINUSMA, said in a statement on Tuesday that the attack targeted the camp of troops near the Algerian border. “Mortar ...

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Iraqi oil belongs to people of Iraq, Abadi says

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has stressed that Iraq’s oil belongs to the nation, in reaction to US President Donald Trump saying that the United States should have taken control of the country’s crude reserves. While addressing CIA officials on Saturday, Trump stated that the US should have taken possession of Iraq’s oilfields ...

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Pakistan may host South Asian Games in 2018

RAWALPINDI : Pakistan Olympic Association (POA) President Lieutenant General (retired) Syed Arif Hasan has said that Pakistan will host South Asian Games (SAG) in 2020, however, if Nepal does not host the games in 2018 then Pakistan will host them in 2018 as well. Syed Arif Hasan, along with Khalid ...

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US Republicans reintroduce Iran sanctions bill

Three US Republican senators have again put forward a measure aimed at imposing fresh sanctions on Iran over various allegations against Tehran, including its missile program.  Senators Marco Rubio, John Cornyn and Todd Young proposed the bill on Tuesday, accusing the Islamic Republic of supporting terror and conducting ballistic missile ...

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India puts another bizarre blame on Pakistan

NEW DELHI :Making yet another absurd claim, India media has alleged that Pakistani intelligence agency is sending suicide dogs in their country. An Indian TV channel while talking on behalf of security agencies has claimed that Pakistan is sending the highly trained suicide dogs in India for terrorism purposes. Moreover; ...

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Iran, Russia, Turkey agree on mechanism to ensure Syria truce

Syrian peace talks have wrapped up in Kazakhstan’s capital of Astana, with Iran, Russia and Turkey agreeing on the establishment of a trilateral mechanism to support the ceasefire in the country and monitor possible violations. The final joint statement, which was read by Kazakh Foreign Minister Kairat Abdrakhmanov on Tuesday afternoon (local ...

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