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CIA chief told drone bases won’t be hosted

Government sources have begun informally confirming CIA Cheif’s covert visit to Islamabad, claiming that he was told flatly that Pakistan would not host the CIA’s drone sites. Government sources informal confirmation comes after the New York Times reported on June 6 that Mr Burns had been to Pakistan to meet with Army Chief Gen Qamar …

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Pak-Iran border’s third crossing point inaugurating today

Pakistan-Iran border’s third crossing point Pishin-Mand to facilitate the trade is being inaugurated today. Rasoul Mousavi Deputy Foreign Minister of Iran for West Asia announced the opening of the third border crossing on Twitter. Accordingly, the Foreign Minister of Pakistan, Shah Mahmood Qureshi, is on a three-day visit to Iran. The inauguration ceremony will be …

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Saudi-led coalition says it confronts explosive Houthi drone

Saudi-led coalition says it confronted an explosive drone fired towards Khamis Mushait near Abha International Airport. The Saudi-led coalition is fighting Houthi rebels in Yemen. Nonetheless, the Saudi-led coalition fighting Houthi rebels in Yemen said that it had destroyed an explosive drone. They fired it towards Khamis Mushait in the south of Saudi Arabia. Moreover, …

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UAE to extend $2bn loan to Pakistan, says foreign minister

The country’s foreign minister told that the United Arab Emirates (UAE) decided to extend a $2 billion loan to Pakistan. The country’s Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan told Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi in a meeting. Moreover, the Foreign Office said in a statement on April 20. Besides rolling over the loan, …

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Government to propound resolution on French envoy’s expulsion

Government to propound resolution on French envoy’s expulsion

Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid told that the government will propound a resolution on the French envoy’s expulsion in the National Assembly. In a video statement, he said the government took the decision after another round of talks with Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP). Rashid said that the TLP had agreed to call off protests across the country. …

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Pakistan asks Taliban to remain engaged in Afghan Peace process

Pakistan asks Taliban to remain engaged in Afghan Peace process

Pakistan urged the Afghan Taliban to stay engaged in the Afghan peace process with the USA. On Monday, April 19, 2021, Pakistan urged the Taliban to stay engaged in the Afghan peace process. Since an armed group from Afghanistan said that, that it will dismiss the negotiations with the USA. They said that they would …

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Pakistan PM calls West to criminalize blasphemy against Islam

Pakistan PM calls West to criminalize blasphemy against Islam

PM Imran Khan calls on Western governments to criminalize blasphemy against Islam. He further asked them to treat insult against Islam’s prophet as it does the Holocaust. Furthermore, PM Imran Khan called for Muslim-majority countries to band together to lobby Western governments to criminalize blasphemy against Islam. He raised his concerns as negotiations between his …

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Iran welcomes talks with Saudi Arabia after media reports

Iran welcomes talks with Saudi Arabia after media reports

Iran says that Iran has always welcomed talks with Saudi Arabia. Spokesman responded to the Media reports that had said Iran has held secret talks with Saudi Arab. Media recently reported that two countries recently held secret talks in Baghdad. Iran’s foreign ministry said the country is open to direct talks with Saudi Arabia. However, …

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