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Pakistan says Afghanistan is safe haven for terrorists
Staff Report

ISLAMABAD:
Foreign Ministry in a statement on Friday slammed Afghan allegations by reiterating that Afghanistan, not Pakistan, is a safe haven for terrorists stating, “Afghanistan is infested with many terrorist organisations due to the instability there, which has created space for the terrorist elements such as Haqqani Network’s leadership, Tehreek-e-Taliban Afghanistan (TTA), Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), Daesh, Al-Qaeda, Jamaat-ul-Ahraar and many more.”
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PM extends subsidy on fertilisers
Staff Report

ISLAMABAD:
Prime Minister (PM) Muhammad Nawaz Sharif on Friday directed continuation of provision of subsidy on fertilisers saying, “Agriculture is the backbone of our economy and framers must be facilitated to achieve bumper crops for accelerated GDP growth.”
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Razza advocates revival of student unions
Staff Report

ISLAMABAD:
Senate Committee of the Whole on Thursday decided to draft a resolution within two weeks regarding revival of students unions in the academic establishments in the country; an official statement said.
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IOK protests against ‘deliberate’ Muslim victimisation in Jammu
KMS

SRINAGAR (Indian Occupied Kashmir):
In Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK), people staged forceful demonstrations in Srinagar and other major towns, on Friday, against the deliberate victimisation of Muslims in Jammu region by the goons of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS - terrorist group) and other extremist Hindu organisations; Kashmir Media Service (KMS) reported.
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China says US attempts on isolating Sino in South China Sea is backfiring
Monitoring Desk

BEIJING (China):
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang addressing a press conference on Friday flayed, “It seems that some specific country outside the region is still clinging to their wishful claim” lashing “You may have already noticed that while doing so, they are putting themselves in isolation.”
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Russia wants Palestinian unity before dispute resolution
Monitoring Desk

MOSCOW (Russia):
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Friday expressed Russian desire to see Palestinian movements, all the Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO) divisions and those cooperating with them to meet and discuss their differences of opinion, agree on a common platform to ensure unity of all Palestinians and facilitate direct Palestinian Israeli negotiations; an official statement said.
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Israel supports US led sanctions on Syrian officials
Monitoring Desk

JERUSALEM (Israel):
Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesperson in a statement on Thursday expressed support for United States (US) led sanctions against 18 Syrian officials accused of being involved in the use of chemical weapons upon civilians.
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