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Daily Archives: April 14, 2017

Russia ‘skeptical’ of OPCW probe in Syria

A Russian deputy foreign minister has said Moscow is “skeptical” of the work being carried out by an international organization to probe an alleged chemical attack in Syria, saying Iran, Brazil, and India should be included in any investigation of the purported attack. A fact-finding mission has been set up ...

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Trump reverses many positions since taking office

US President Donald Trump has reversed his stance on an array of foreign and domestic issues that he adopted during last year’s presidential election campaign. Since entering the White House less than three months ago, Trump has changed his mind on Russia, China, Syria and NATO, often breaking away from ...

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Iran’s incumbent President Rouhani submits name for presidential race

Iran’s incumbent president, Hassan Rouhani, has put his name down for the upcoming 12th presidential election. Rouhani arrived at the Iranian Interior Ministry’s Election Office on Friday. The registration process for the May 19 presidential election began on Tuesday and is scheduled to close on Saturday. Rouhani entered the 11th presidential contest with a ...

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CPEC will bring positive changes in lives of people: PM Nawaz

We should learn from the development and progress in China, said PM Nawaz. ISLAMABAD – Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif on Friday has said that China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) will bring positive changes in the lives of the people. Talking at launching ceremony of Urdu edition of book “The Governance ...

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Iran’s first ever cruise ship completes maiden voyage

Iran says its first cruise ship since the 1979 Islamic Revolution has completed its maiden trip and docked in the Persian Gulf resort island of Qeshm. The ship – which reports said were built in Sweden – carried more than 200 passengers on the 127-kilometre voyage from Kish, Iran’s other ...

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Uzbekistan ‘had passed info to West on Sweden attack suspect’

Uzbekistan’s security services had passed information on Rakhmat Akilov — the man accused of ramming a truck into a crowd of people in Stockholm last week — to the West before the deadly attack, Foreign Minister Abdulaziz Kamilov said on Friday. Kamilov told reporters that Akilov had been recruited by ...

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Ten terrorists killed, three soldiers martyred in D.G Khan operation

DERA GHAZI KHAN– At least ten terrorists were killed while three Rangers officers embraced martyrdom in a joint operation in Dera Ghazi Khan today (Friday). According to Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), Punjab Rangers, Intelligence Agencies and Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) conducted a raid in Basti Dadwani near Choti Zerin ...

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Karzai strongly condemns US dropping of huge bomb in Afghanistan

Afghanistan’s ex-president Hamid Karzai has blasted the US for dropping its largest non-nuclear bomb in the Asian country, alleging that the US is using his country as a “testing ground” for its new weapons. “I vehemently and in strongest words condemn the dropping of the latest weapon, the largest non-nuclear #bomb, ...

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