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UN Yemen envoy proposes peace deal roadmap

Following two months of negotiations between warring parties, the UN special envoy to Yemen has proposed a roadmap to end the Saudi Arabian onslaught in the conflict-hit country. “The roadmap provides for the implementation of the security arrangements specified in Security Council Resolution 2216 and the establishment of a national ...

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German Army wants to learn from experience of Pak Army: Asim Bajwa

LAHORE  – Director General Inter-Services Public Relations (DG ISPR) Lieutenant General Asim Bajwa told details of Army Chief Raheel Sharif’s visit of Germany while speaking  on Tuesday. Bajwa said that Germany praised Pakistan Army’s role in war against terrorism and assured Pakistan of every sort of support against terrorism. Bajwa ...

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Qureshi, Tareen get top PTI posts, again

ISLAMABAD: After around two years of internecine strife, the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) came full circle on Tuesday when it appointed again Shah Mehmood Qureshi vice chairman and Jahangir Khan Tareen general secretary, the two senior most party positions after that of the chairman. According to two separate notifications signed by ...

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Indian role in Afghanistan overestimated in Pakistan: Olson

WASHINGTON: Pakistan’s concerns over India’s role in Afghanistan were “overestimated”, US special envoy Richard Olson said on Tuesday, while urging Pakistan to focus its attention on fighting terrorists. Addressing a think tank, the Atlantic Council, in Washington, Mr Olson also said the United States would provide more than $3 billion ...

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Iran warns of Daesh rise in Afghanistan

Iran’s United Nations mission has expressed concern regarding the increase in the activities of the Takfiri Daesh terrorist group in Afghanistan. Gholam-Hossein Dehqani, Iran’s deputy permanent representative to the UN, expressed concern on the issue while addressing a Security Council discussion on Tuesday. He called attention to a report by ...

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US put NPT condition for NSG membership, reminds China

NEW DELHI: China, facing pressure from the United States and others to help admit India to the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), said on Tuesday it was Washington that put the stipulation permitting only nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) signatories to the elite club. A Chinese spokesperson, however, denied that Beijing was ...

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Salman Khan draws ire for ‘rape’ analogy

MUMBAI (AFP) – Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has sparked controversy in India by saying his heavy training schedule for an upcoming film left him feeling “like a raped woman”. Khan made the comments in an interview to promote his latest Bollywood movie Sultan, which tells the story of an ageing ...

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