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Pakistani president stresses his keenness for promoting Pak-Syria people-to-people contacts, institutional linkages

Islamabad, SANA- Pakistani president Arif Alvi called for further consolidating the existing brotherly relations between Pakistan and Syria, promoting people-to-contacts,…

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Raeisi: US has to take ‘trust-building measures’ amid JCPOA revival talks

  Raeisi made the remarks in an interview with Qatar’s Al Jazeera television network on Thursday. When asked about the potential of…

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Pakistan floods’ death toll nears 1,500

The floods brought by record monsoon rains and glacial melt in northern mountains have hit 33 million of a population…

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‘Your energy price ceiling will become price floor:’ Top Russian lawmaker warns Europe

Moscow’s top lawmaker and the speaker of Russia’s lower house of parliament, Vyacheslav Volodin, wrote on his Telegram channel on…

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2.5mn children, 1.5mn mothers suffer from malnutrition in Yemen, rights group warns

In a statement on Thursday, cited by Yemen’s Arabic-language al-Masirah television network, the Yemen-based Entesaf Organization for Women and Child…

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N. Korea says it will never surrender nukes or give up right to self-defense

The remarks came during a key parliamentary meeting, where legislators passed a new law governing the use of nuclear weapons,…

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Iranian official blasts Russia for ‘inactive’ S-300 during zionist israeli attack

An Iranian official heavily criticized the Russian Federation on Thursday for leaving their S-300 system ‘inactive’ during the Israeli attack…

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Death toll tops 400 as floods recede in India’s Kerala

Floodwaters have receded in India’s Kerala, with the rescue workers now seeking to find the dead bodies amid a trail…

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India’s PM Modi surveys Kerala as floods kill 324

  Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised the flood-ravaged state of Kerala more helicopters, boats and other equipment needed to…

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HRW skeptical of Myanmar inquiry into Rohingya abuses

Human Rights Watch has warned that a panel set up by Myanmar to probe atrocities against Rohingya Muslims in Rakhine…

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US suspends military training programs for Pakistani officers

  The United States has suspended the military and educational training of scores of Pakistani officers, a move that could…

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Business ties with Iran don’t harm other countries’ interests: China

  China, Iran’s top oil customer, says commercial cooperation between the two sides does not harm other countries’ interests and thus should…

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