Thursday, 21 November 2019

Asia

Responsibility for defeating terror not Pakistan’s only: Corbyn

Pakistan should be treated with respect In a reply to US President Trump’s policies, Britain’s Labour party Chief Jeremy Corbyn, remarked that Pakistan is a country which should be treated respectfully and states should not criticise it. Recently, Trump cleared the way for the deployment of thousands more US troops ...

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Imran Khan leaves for London on five day visit

ISLAMABAD: PTI chief Imran Khan has left for London on a five days visit. According to reports, Imran Khan along with his two sons Salman Khan and Qasim Khan flew to London on Saturday. They had come to Pakistan to celebrate Eid ul Azha. Imran Khan took Pakistan International Airlines ...

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Indian Army chopper crashes in Kashmir

NEW DELHI: Indian Army’s helicopter on a routine flight today ( Tuesday) crashed in eastern Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir,  all crew ejected safely. An advanced light helicopter (AHL) crashed at 1:30pm while on a flight to the mountainous region, Indian defence news said. All crew members are safe, ...

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Rohingya women, children drown while fleeing Myanmar violence

LONDON: Dozens of Rohingya women and children desperate to flee the violence in Myanmar are drowning while attempting to escape to Bangladesh by boat. A Bangladeshi border guard, who asked not to be identified, told, guards had retrieved eight bodies on the Bangladeshi side of the Naf River on Wednesday ...

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China, Pakistan agree to work together for national security

BEIJING: Pakistan and China have agreed to work together for defence and regional security. Later, at a joint talk with media, Pakistani Foreign Minister said the two countries agreed that solution of the Afghan problem has to be a fundamentally political solution and that there is no military solution to ...

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Singapore man, woman arrested for ‘terrorism-related’ activity

SINGAPORE: Police in Singapore have arrested a man suspected of planning to join Daesh-linked fighters in the Philippines and a woman who was in contact with foreign militants, the government said. Singapore, regarded as the most stable country in Southeast Asia, has become increasingly concerned about the risks of radicalization ...

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Suicide attack in Afghanistan over leaflet ‘insult’

KABUL: A suicide bomber riding a motorcycle blew himself up outside an American base in Afghanistan, Afghan officials said, in an attack the Taliban claimed was revenge for a US leaflet deemed highly offensive to Muslims. US and Afghan authorities confirmed several people were wounded in the late afternoon attack ...

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