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Pakistan grants scholarships to 700 Afghan students

KABUL: Pakistan on Sunday announced granting fully funded Prime Minister’s scholarships to 700 Afghan students this year as a part of its ongoing programme to...

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Saudi King, Turkish President discuss efforts to combat terrorism

Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan discussed efforts to combat terrorism and terror financing during their talks at...

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Japanese language getting popular world over: Ambassador

Ambassador of Japan to Pakistan, Takashi Kurai, Monday hoped that capacity and ability of Japanese language department will be further strengthened by utilizing the...

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World leaders approve joint communique, outcome list for Belt and Road cooperation

BEIJING: Leaders from 30 countries and key international organizations reached broad consensus on the Belt and Road cooperation as they adopted a joint communique and...

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AT UN, Pakistan pushes for ‘practical action’ to end conflict-related sexual violence

UNITED NATIONS: Pakistan has called on the international community to convert political will into practical action to end conflict-related sexual violence that poses a...

BEIJING: May 15 – Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Sanaullah Zehari and Federal Minister for Planning, Development and Reform Ahsan Iqbal witnessing MoU signing ceremony. APP

Pakistan, China eager to make Gwadar world class modern port city

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and China signed various agreements and memorandums of understanding on making Gwadar a world class modern port city and on leveraging special...

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North Korea could be in final stages of new nuclear test: report

WASHINGTON: Satellite images suggest North Korea could be in the final stages of preparation for a new nuclear test according to US-based analysts, who echoed similar...

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Turkish Red Crescent mobilizes for unprecedented famine threat in Somalia

YUNUS PAKSOY: As hundreds of thousands of Somalis have been struggling to survive in the face of famine and drought, the Turkish Red Crescent has mobilized to offer them...

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Cyclone-ravaged Australia like ‘a war zone’

QUEENSLAND: Towns were cut off and without power in northern Australia on Wednesday after being pummelled by a powerful cyclone that washed battered yachts ashore and...

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Government urged to devise policy to root out extremism

ISLAMABAD: The participants of a workshop on Tuesday urged the government to devise a comprehensive Counter Violent Extremism (CVE) policy to root out all violent...