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To track Bin Laden in Pakistan Israel helped the US, former CIA chief

Jewish state provided some of the information which led to the operation that brought embarrassment to Islamabad, said by John Brennan. Israeli agents helped the United States, to a certain extent, in tracking down Osama Bin Laden, the leader of Al Qaeda who carried out the deadly 9/11 attacks, now Pakistanis have another thing to …

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Pompeo has issued a presidential waiver for Pakistan, exempting it from the sanctions

Pakistan rejected the designation as an “arbitrary and selective assessment”, which was completely against the realities. The designations, slapped under the US International Religious Freedom Act of 1998, automatically leads to strict economic sanctions against the alleged violator. India’s omission as a violator of religious freedom puts credibility of US report into question Ambassador-at-Large for …

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Pakistan’s exports grew for the third consecutive month

Exports jump to $2.161 billion, up 7.67 per cent from $2.007bn in the corresponding month last year, data released by the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics. The expansion in fares is primarily determined by twofold digit development in continues from material and non-material wares. In the interim, during the month under audit, imports additionally expanded 7pc …

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Calls for strengthening ties with Pakistan, by PM Hasina

A diplomatic source said, Pakistan and Bangladesh are likely to revive their bilateral mechanisms to take their ties forward. It was an uncommon gathering between Pakistan’s emissary and the Bangladeshi executive as a result of the once chilly ties between the two nations, which have seen significant upgrades this year. The High Commission said in …

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Pakistan’s anti-terror court sentences three top JuD leaders

A Pakistani anti-terrorism court has convicted deputy JuD chief Abdul Rehman Makki, head of fundraising Zafar Iqbal and media chief Yahya Mujahid on terrorism-financing charges. The condemning comes as the South Asian nation keeps on taking action against outfitted gatherings working on its dirt. Jamaat-ud-Dawa, a philanthropic alleviation and strict instruction association working the nation …

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Pakistan and China vowed to deepen their cooperation for tackling threats to regional peace and stability.

This was the feature of Chinese Defense Minister Gen Wei Fenghe’s gatherings with Pakistan’s non military personnel initiative during which the two sides highlighted the developing dangers to provincial security from India’s domineering plans. Gen Wei is on a three-roadtrip to Pakistan, which is important for Chinese military’s territorial effort amidst pressures with India. His …

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Pakistan started loading fuel, for testing nuclear power plant in Karachi

A representative for the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC) said fuel stacking for the recently assembled Karachi Nuclear Power Plant Unit-2 (K-2) was begun on Tuesday in the wake of getting fuel load license from the Pakistan Nuclear Regulatory Authority. K-2 is a pressurized water reactor dependent on the Chinese HPR-1000 innovation and a third …

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The United Nations launched a $35-billion global appeal on Tuesday to help more than 235 million vulnerable people

The world body is likewise looking for $285.3 million for Pakistan, where it is focusing about 3.3 million as the “most powerless and delicate.” The UN allure clarified that over the globe, a record 235 million individuals will require compassionate help and insurance one year from now, a close to 40 percent expansion on 2020. …

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Pakistan, China Armies sign MoU to enhance defence cooperation

Pakistan and China on Monday inked a MoU of comprehension (MoU) for improvement of protection collaboration between the armed forces of the two nations. Before marking of the MoU, General Wei Fenghe, Minister of National Defense of China, approached General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of the Army Staff, at the General Headquarters. During the gathering, …

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