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Daily Archives: February 10, 2018

Joint Pak-Saudi naval exercise commences at Al Jubail

KARACHI ( Muslim Times) – Major joint Naval Exercises Naseem Al Bahr, First joint Mine Counter measures exercise (MCMEX) and Marine Forces Exercise Deraa Al Sahil between Pakistan Navy and Royal Saudi Naval Forces (RSNF) has commenced at Saudi Arabian Port Al Jubail. The 11th exercise of Naseem Al Bahr series ...

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Cannot work under Maryam’s leadership, reiterates Ch Nisar

TAXILA ( Muslim Times) – Former Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar on Saturday reiterated that he cannot work under the leadership of ex-prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s daughter Maryam Nawaz due to which, he became silent on party matters. Addressing a press conference in Taxila, Ch Nisar clarified that he can only work ...

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Second Trump aide resigns over domestic abuse claims

A White House speechwriter has resigned over domestic abuse claims, the second such departure this week, amid a widening scandal that has called into question US President Donald Trump’s judgment. David Sorensen resigned Friday after his ex-wife Jessica Corbett, told The Washington Post that Sorensen had physically and emotionally abused her during their ...

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A history of Israeli military aggression against Syria

Below is a quick look at Israel’s acts of military aggression against Syria: June 9-10, 1967: Israel attacks Syria, occupying the country’s Golan Heights during its Six Day War on Arab territories. October 5, 2003 (Ain es Saheb airstrike): An Israeli warplane squadron attacks a camp about 24 kilometers northwest ...

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Syria shoots down Israeli F-16 jet, pilots eject

The Syrian military has hit at least one intruding Israeli F-16 warplane that attacked positions inside Syrian territory, sending it down in flames and smoke. Syrian state TV cited a Syrian military official as saying that Syrian aerial defense had responded to Israeli “aggression” against an army base in central ...

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