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    How America’s Experience with Pakistan Can Help it Deal with Turkey

    In its ties with Turkey, the United States finds itself in a classic Catch-22. Turkish foreign policy often runs afoul of U.S. interests. However, Ankara is also a member of NATO, America’s most important alliance. Thus, any move to punish Ankara for threatening Western interests would weaken...
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    Turkey marks 101 years since Ataturk's landing in Samsun

    Turkish people celebrated the Commemoration of Atatürk and Youth and Sports Day on May 19, marking the centenary of the starting point of the Turkish War of Independence and the emergence of modern Turkey. On May 19, 1919, Mustafa Kemal, a general in the Ottoman army later to become the founder...
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    Democrats launch formal Trump impeachment inquiry

    Democrats launch formal Trump impeachment inquiry AFPUpdated September 25, 2019 Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) speaks to the media after a meeting with the House Democratic caucus after she announced that House Democrats will start an impeachment injury of US President Donald Trump...
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    Umme Rubab – A Brave Daughter Of Pakistan Who Walked Barefoot To Court, Seeking Justice!

    https://www.samaa.tv/news/humanrights/2019/05/sindh-woman-walks-barefoot-in-court-against-the-feudal-system/ A Sindhi woman walked barefoot to court to protest against the control of tribal chiefs in the province. A picture of Umme Rubab walking out of a court barefoot has been shared on...
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    All Russian-made S-400 missiles sent to China have been destroyed in storm

    Russia will supply to China a replacement for the S-400 air defense system missiles instead of those damaged during a storm in the English Channel a year ago, Rostec corporation chief Sergei Chemezov told the media at the IDEX-2019 exhibition in Abu Dhabi on Monday. "The contract had been...
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    Scientists decide to bury 5,000-year-old lost city in Pakistan

    Mohenjo Daro is threatened by the baking temperatures of the Indus Valley and the threat from tourists and terrorists Archaeologists are trying to save the remains of a nearly 5,000-year-old city in Pakistan by burying it again. The buried city, known as Mohenjo Daro or “mound of the dead”...
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    ARY News halts UK live news programming

    ARY News has abruptly ended its live news programming, in what seems like deepening troubles at the broadcaster. The channel, which primarily broadcasts majority of its output directly from Pakistan, is known for its live discussion and news bulletins. However, today, BizAsiaLive.com has been...
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    Increase in Swiss weapons sales to Pakistan

    BERN: Switzerland exported around 45 times more weapons and ammunition to Pakistan in the first nine months of this year compared to 2015, according to the latest figures from the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO). Between January and September, the Swiss sold war materiel to...
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    Saudi Arabia switches to 'Western' calendar

    Saudi Arabia has shifted to the Gregorian or "Western" calendar as a basis for paying civil servants as part of an austerity package. The kingdom adopted the lunar Islamic calendar when it was founded in 1932. LINK
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    Library of Congress repatriates 163,000 files to Afghanistan

    Many of the included artifacts don't exist in Afghanistan any longer, having been destroyed in wars and natural disasters. http://www.loc.gov/today/pr/2016/16-164.html
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    Pakistani scientists discover 30 new genes causing mental retardation

    ISLAMABAD: A group of Pakistani researchers has discovered some 30 genes causing mental retardation in the local population, paving the way for preventive measures to reduce intellectual disabilities in the future generations. The landmark discovery has been made by a team of 12 professors...
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    Sharif family will sell Pakistan’s nuclear weapons if remains in power: Tahirul Qadri

    RAWALPINDI (Web Desk) – Pakistan Awami Tehreek chief Dr Tahirul Qadri has said Sharif family will sell Pakistan’s nuclear weapons if remains in power. Addressing to Tehreek-e-Qasas rally, Qadri said that Nawaz family was not loyal to the country but working for India. He said India had been...
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    Is Pakistan developing a naval launch system?

    In its latest annual publication, the Pakistan Ministry of Defence Production (MoDP) disclosed that the Directorate General of Munitions Production (DGMP) was tasked with “the indigenous developing of [one] ship-borne system with [one] Land Attack Missile and [one] Anti ship Missile.”...
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    Power(ful) minister encroaches upon land worth millions

    * Abid Sher Ali has set up lawn on two kanals of precious CDA land adjacent to his house on Nazimuddin Road in F-10/4. ISLAMABAD: The Minister of State (MoS) for Water and Power, Chaudhry Abid Sher Ali, encroached upon precious land of the Capital Development Authority (CDA). The land is worth...
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    Pakistan ICTs emerging on world map - again

    ISLAMABAD: Upon my return to Pakistan after a few weeks abroad, I am delighted to observe what an eventful period it has been for the information and communication technologies (ICTs). Some very encouraging things have been happening one after the other, which are bringing Pakistan in the...
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    PIA Pakistan to use SriLankan A330s for premium service

    PIA - Pakistan International Airlines (PK, Karachi Int'l) says it plans to use wet-leased A330-300s to launch its new premier service operation on August 14 with flights to London Heathrow. Airline CEO Bernd Hildenbrand was recently in Colombo to discuss the previously reported move to source...

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