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WikiLeaks reveal the Yemen war
Monitoring Desk

WikiLeaks on Friday made public a collection of over 500 documents from the United States (US) embassy in Yemen’s Sana’a, termed as the Yemen files, comprising of over 200 emails and 300 portable document formats (PDFs), the collection details official documents and correspondence pertaining to the Office for Military Cooperation (OMC) located at the US embassy.
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IDEAS-2016: Rosoboronexport provides “anti-terror solution”
Staff Report

Rosoboronexport, a Russian State arms exporting company, at the International Defence Exhibition and Seminar (IDEAS) 2016 on Friday presented for the Pakistani government and law enforcement agencies (LEAs) a new anti-terror security programme that is tasked with countering terrorism and ensuring law and order.
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Turkey deplores Myanmar’s Rakhine State violence
Monitoring Desk

ANKARA (Turkey):
Turkish Foreign Ministry in a statement on Friday said that the Turkish government is deeply concerned at recent escalation of tensions and civilian causalities, in the incidents that took place in the aftermath of the attacks targeting security forces and resulting in the death of 9 police officers in the northern Rakhine State of Myanmar last month.
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US Ambassador bids adieu to COAS
Staff Report

United States (US) Ambassador David Hale called on Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif on Friday, an Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) statement said.
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Norway proposes increasing Syria humanitarian support
Monitoring Desk

OSLO (Norway):
Norwegian Foreign Ministry in a statement on Friday held that the world’s greatest refugee crisis is unfolding in Syria and the neighbouring countries; therefore Foreign Minister BÝrge Brende proposed an increase in humanitarian support for the Syria crisis by NOK 500 million.
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UN-SG says more is required for protecting women rights
Monitoring Desk

NEW YORK (United States of America):
United Nations (UN) Secretary General (UN-SG) Ban Ki-moon in a statement on Friday held that at long last, there is growing global recognition that violence against women and girls is a human rights violation, public health pandemic and serious obstacle to sustainable development.
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