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Entries for July, 2019

Pak, US share objective of reaching peaceful solution in Afghanistan, says PM Imran

WASHINGTON: Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that Pakistan has the same objective as the United States of reaching a peaceful solution in Afghanistan as quickly as possible. Addressing members of the US Congress in Washington on Tuesday midnight in Pakistan, the premier said Pakistan had always close ties with the US and expressed the […]

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Turkey warns United States against harmful steps over Russian S-400s

Turkey’s foreign ministry spokesman said the comments by the State Department’s Morgan Ortagus on Tuesday were not in line with the spirit and content of talks between presidents of the two countries at the G20 summit last month. “We invite the U.S. side to avoid taking wrong steps, excluding diplomacy and dialogue, that will harm […]

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Iran, Russia pour scorn on US moves at UN nuclear watchdog

VIENNA (AFP) – Iran and Russia on Wednesday poured scorn on America s call for Tehran to adhere to limits in a 2015 nuclear deal with world powers at a special meeting of the UN s nuclear watchdog. The meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) was requested by the US after it was […]

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Sadiqabad train accident: Inquiry report to be finalised today as death toll rises to 24

The death toll from the deadly train crash at Sadiqabad climbed to 24 on Friday as Railways Minister Sheikh Rashid claimed that the collision was the result of human negligence. Sheikh Rashid, speaking to a private news channel, said that an inquiry report of the incident will be finalised today and those found responsible for […]

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