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Pakistan and world leaders welcome Iran nuclear deal

World leaders welcome historic Iran nuclear deal that will lift sanctions on Iran but place strict limits on its nuclear programme.

ISLAMABAD – As Iran and six major world powers reached a historic nuclear deal in Veinna on Tuesday, leaders from all over the world have started to react to the agreement. Pakistan has welcomed the development. “Pakistan welcomes the nuclear agreement reached between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the P5 + 1,” said a statement issued by the Ministry ... Read More »

Turkey, UN welcome Afghan-Taliban talks

ISLAMABAD (PPA) – The United Nations and Turkish Government have welcomed the talks held in Murree and expressed hopes that the talks would “swiftly finalize the Peace and Reconciliation Process”. A statement issued by Turkish Foreign Ministry on Friday (July 10, 2015) added that “In order to ensure the integrity of Afghanistan and establishment of its lasting internal peace, it ... Read More »

Austrian FM slams Hungary’s decision to suspend EU rule on refugees

VIENNA — Austria’s Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz has assailed the Hungary’s decision to freeze EU’s article on refugees. Talking to his Hungarian counterpart Peter Szijjarto, the Austrian Foreign Minister has deplored decision announced by Budapest to opt out of the DublinLegislations on the status of refugees. Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz made it clear that it was “unacceptable” that a neighbouring country ... Read More »

Minorities rights under attack in India, says Kashmiri leader

Srinagar, June 22: All Parties Hurriyat Conference leader and Chairman of Islamic Political Party, Muhammad Yousuf Naqash has stated that the basic structure of Indian State and polity is based on communal thoughts and fascist vision. Naqash stated that as a result the life of minorities in India especially Muslims, Christians and Sikhs has been made miserable and their economic, ... Read More »

In India, second journalist killed, burned in two weeks

NEW YORK — The burned body of a journalist was found in the Indian state of Maharashtra on Saturday, the day after he had been kidnapped, according to news reports. The murder of Sandeep Kothari is the second such one of a journalist in India in less than two weeks. “The horrific murder of another journalist in less than two ... Read More »

Pres. Erdogan slams ‘crime against humanity’ in scant refugee response

MARDIN, Turkey – – World countries not responding to a global refugee crisis is a “crime against humanity”, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said. “No country can attain the welfare and peace they desire by closing themselves to the outer world,” Erdogan said on June 20, at an iftar (breaking of fast) program in Turkey’s southeastern Mardin province. He stated that ... Read More »

CELAC-EU Summit rejects blockade of Cuba 

BRUSSELS — The Summit of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) and the European Union (EU), which concluded recently in Brussels has rejected the U.S. blockade against Cuba and its extraterritorial impact. The 2nd CELAC-EU Summit was held last week in the Justus Lipsius building, headquarters of the European Council, and witnessed the participation of more than ... Read More »

Americans and Britons least concerned about climate change

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The United States and Britain are the main barriers when it comes to tackling climate change, according to a new survey. The survey by YouGov, spanning four continents and 15 countries, found that both the US and British public trail other countries in terms of general climate change concerns as well as formulating strategies to curb emissions. Countries from across ... Read More »

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