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Pakistan warns India against any ‘misadventure’

Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi warned neighbouring India on Wednesday to refrain from launching any attacks on his country, saying that Islamabad will respond with full force if New Delhi embarks on ‘any misadventure’. Shah Mahmood Qureshi claimed that India is plotting an attack on Pakistan, allegedly to divert attention from a recent deadly clash between India and China in…

China claims Indian troops crossed border first triggering conflict

China has given its version of the border clash with India in the Galwan Valley and said none of the responsibility lies with them but rather the Indian side violated and crossed the disputed border. china1-1 Addressing a press briefing in Beijing, China’s Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Zhao Lijian said that the incident in the Galwan Valley of the China-India border…

Iraq | Cabinet Discusses Covid-19, Approves Measures to Support Front Line Health Teams

The Cabinet held its regular meeting in Baghdad on Tuesday under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi. At the start of the meeting, the Prime Minister thanked health teams for their sacrifices on the front line during the Covid-19 pandemic. The Cabinet received a briefing from the Minister of Health on the latest developments and the ongoing national effort…

Tunisia | Iranian Ambassador, Tunisian Parliament Speaker Stress the Increase Mutual Cooperation

Iranian ambassador to Tunisia and the Tunisian Parliament Speaker stressed the increase of cooperation between the two countries' parliaments. The Iranian envoy to Tunisia, Mohammad Reza Raouf Sheibani, stressed the expansion of parliamentary relations between the two countries and the need to develop and consolidate bilateral ties in all fields, especially in the economic, cultural and political fields. Sheibani expressed…

Coronavirus: Price of Oxygen cylinders rises after a severe shortage

The coronavirus in Pakistan has now exposed the flaws in the health system. svg%3E With the spread of Covid-19 in Pakistan, where there is a shortage of protective equipment for medical staff and beds, ventilators, ICU wards and medicines for patients, the problem of oxygen shortage is also on the rise. The big hospitals in the big cities may not…

IMF orders to freeze defence budget of Pakistan

Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) leader and Senator Raza Rabbani sharply criticized the budget presented by the government, saying that the government had mortgaged political and economic sovereignty to such an extent that the Financial Institutions (IMF) was so bold that it said that the defence budget in Pakistan should also be frozen. Pakistan raises annual defence budget to $8.78 billion…

KP government to reopen tourism industry with SOPs

ISLAMABAD: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa govern­ment amid the increasing threat of Covid-19 has approved reopen­ing of the tourism sector under the standard operating procedures (SOPs). Earlier on Monday, Prime Minister Imran Khan also announced the reopening of tourism industry and allowed all overseas Pakistanis to return home after the National Coordination Committee gave the go-ahead

Armenia’s virus battle crippled by disinformation

Marina Khachatryan is not the only person in ex-Soviet Armenia who believes the coronavirus is a government conspiracy. But her large following online means her scepticism has a wide, potentially even dangerous reach. The unemployed surgeon runs the Facebook page of a local group critical of the government’s health policies, where thousands of followers are treated to a regular dose…

Defying Trump, Iran aims to keep offloading gasoline glut to Venezuela

Iran could send two to three cargoes a month in regular gasoline sales to ally Venezuela, sources say, helping offload domestic oversupply but risking retaliation from US President Donald Trump who has sanctions on both nations. Iran has since April sent five tankers totalling about 1.5 million barrels to the leftist government of fuel-starved Venezuela,

20 Indian soldiers killed in Ladakh face-off with China

At least 20 Indian soldiers were killed in the Galwan Valley in Ladakh on Tuesday after a ‘violent face-off’ ensued as tensions brew with China near the disputed border, Times of India reported while quoting government sources. UK publication The Telegraph, quoting Indian army sources, reported that four soldiers were currently missing and a further 32 were handed back after…

UN nuclear watchdog meets as Iran row brews

VIENNA: The UN nuclear watchdog’s governing body will meet on Monday as a row brews over Iran’s refusal to allow access to two sites where historic nuclear activity may have occurred. The Vienna-based International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) expressed “serious concern” in a report earlier this month that Iran has been blocking inspections at the sites. The Board of Governors,…
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