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Tuesday - February 7, 2017

Pakistan supports China on fighting terrorism, extremism, separatism

Staff Report

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister’s Foreign Affairs Special Assistant Syed Tariq Fatemi in a meeting with Chinese Counter Terrorism and Security’s State Commissioner Cheng Guoping on Monday said, “Pakistan will continue to support China’s efforts to combat the three evils, which are terrorism, extremism and separatism.”(Full Report)

Afghan guard kills Afghan diplomat Zaki Abdu at Karachi’s consulate

Staff Report

KARACHI: Afghanistan Consulate General’s Third Secretary Muhammad Zaki Abdu was shot dead by an Afghan security guard at Afghan consulate’s lobby on Monday, whereat police authorities immediately intervened to minimise further loss of life; an official statement said. (Full Report)
PM Nawaz inaugurates ‘upgraded’ Wah Brass Mills

Staff Report

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister (PM) Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, in the presence of Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Monday at Wah inaugurated the ‘up-graded’ “Wah Brass Mills”; an official statement said.  (Full Report)
China says US sanctions on Iran are ‘unilateral’

Monitoring Desk

ISLAMABAD: Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang on Monday deplored, “China always opposes any ‘unilateral’ sanctions.”
(Full Report)

Trump says F-35 deal is now $700 million ‘cheaper’

Monitoring Desk

TAMPA (United States of America): United States (US) President Donald Trump addressing coalition representatives, senior US commanders, members from United States Central Command (CENTCOM) and United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM) at MacDill Airforce base in Tampa (Florida) said, “I have already saved more than $700 million when I got involved in the negotiation on the F-35 (fighter jet).(Full Report)
India washes “go-India-go” graffiti off IOK walls

Staff Report

SRINAGAR (Indian Occupied Kashmir): In Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK), taking benefit of the harsh winter, “India is using ‘police’ and ‘paramilitary’ forces to remove and modify the graffiti and slogans painted by the people of IOK, especially the youngsters during the uprising, but surveys and reports say that New Delhi has miserably failed to remove freedom sentiments from their hearts.”(Full Report)

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