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"We are happy to have our son back"

  • Parents of Indian national released from Peshawar jail rejoice
  • Detained for alleged espionage, Ansari had reportedly entered Pakistan from Kabul to meet a girl he had befriended online
By Sanjay Kumar ·

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British Airways to resume Pakistan flights after a decade

  • The airline is due to begin the London Heathrow-Islamabad service on June 15
  • British High Commissioner to Pakistan said BA’s return was “a reflection of the great improvements” in security
By Arab News Pakistan ·

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Pakistan and Saudi share identical views on various issues — Chairman Senate

  • Sanjrani is leading an Islamabad delegation visiting Riyadh
  • Follows President Alvi’s visit to the Kingdom last week
By Arab News Pakistan ·

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Egypt all praise for Pakistan’s role in war against terror

By Arab News Pakistan ·

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Taliban say talks with US to continue in UAE

By TAHIR KHAN & SAYED SALAHUDDIN ·

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Pakistan arrests seven Iranian nationals in Balochistan

  • The suspects had fraudulently obtained Pakistani passports
  • The Iranian nationals had been traveling on fake documents since 2014
By Arab News Pakistan ·

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"We are happy to have our son back"

By Sanjay Kumar ·

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Egypt all praise for Pakistan’s role in war against terror

By Arab News Pakistan ·

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KSA’s efforts to protect human rights lauded

  • The Kingdom is currently reviewing its National Human Rights Strategy that encompasses all principles aimed at protecting and promoting human rights in accordance with the teachings of Islam
By Arab News ·

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Turkey extradites corruption fugitive Mutee to Jordan

  • Awni Mutee extradition is a win for the Jordanian leadership, as people have been protesting about taxes, unemployment, price rises and austerity measures
By Daoud Kuttab ·

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Japan to buy more US-made stealth jets, radar to counter China, Russia

  • “The budget is increasing and there has been an acceleration to deploy capability as soon as possible,” Robert Morrissey, head of Raytheon Co’s unit in Japan, said this month
By Reuters ·

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Libya’s NOC declares force majeure on El Sharara oilfield

  • El Sharara — a 315,000 barrels a day field was taken over on Dec. 8 by groups of tribesmen, armed protesters and state guards demanding salary payments
  • Some government officials favor offering quick cash to the occupiers to make them leave, but NOC officials have warned that would set a precedent
By Reuters ·

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Jose Mourinho’s sacking leaves the ‘Special One’ at a career crossroads

  • Since the middle of last season, Mourinho had been involved in a power struggle with senior members of the playing squad
  • A string of uninspiring performances since the season started saw Mourinho come in for criticism from all sides
By DANIEL FOUNTAIN ·