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US for dialogue between Pakistan, India to improve peace

WASHINGTON(Sarzameen News) – The United States on Wednesday said that it is aware of the border tensions between Pakistan and India at the Line of Control. Speaking at the daily news briefing, State Department spokesman John Kirby said that both the neighboring countries should pursue the option of negotiations to resolve the bilateral issues. Kirby concluded,

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Two Indian soldiers killed as terrorists storm army camp in Nagrota

SRINAGAR (Sarzameen News) – Two soldiers have been reportedly killed while two others injured in a terror attack on an army artillery unit in Nagrota in Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday morning. The terrorists threw grenades at the camp in Nagrota, around 20 km from Jammu and on the highway, at 5.30 am and opened

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Gen Petraeus debunks allegations of duplicity against Pakistan

Sarzamee(Web Desk) – General David Petraeus, former CIA director and commander of US troops in Afghanistan, has said there is no evidence of Pakistan playing a double game and supporting terrorists in Afghanistan. Petraeus’ remarks are now particularly significant given the fact that he is on a short list of President-Elect Donald Trump’s nominees for

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Exodus as Syria rebels lose northeast Aleppo

ALEPPO (AFP) – Syria s rebels lost all of the northern neighbourhoods of their stronghold in east Aleppo on Monday, as the army made significant advances in its offensive to recapture the entire city. The regime gains have prompted an exodus of thousands of desperate civilians, some fleeing to districts held by the government or Kurdish

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10 things American president can’t do

WASHINGTON: (Web Desk) – American president is considered the most powerful man of the world and that is why Donald Trump’s election to power is being seen as a threat the world over. But even his powers aren’t limitless and there are certain things that an American president cannot do. The American system is strictly

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Brussels, Paris attacks suspects said UK was no target

LONDON (AFP) – A suspect in the Brussels and Paris terror attacks told investigators that he was not scouting for targets during a visit to Britain last year and the money he collected was for his gambling addiction, a British court heard Monday. Mohamed Abrini, who is currently in custody in Belgium, also said that

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Khalistan leader Harminder Singh Mintoo arrested in New Delhi

NEW DELHI (Sarzameen News) – Khalistan Liberation Force (KLF) chief Harminder Singh Mintoo was arrested from New Delhi on Sunday after he managed to escape from Nabha prison in Punjab’s Patiala district a day before. The escape came after 15 armed men in police uniform stormed into the jail. Besides Mintoo, the escaped inmates include

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Syria forces retake 6 Aleppo rebel areas, civilians flee

ALEPPO (AFP) – Government forces retook six rebel-held districts of eastern Aleppo over the weekend, forcing thousands of civilians to flee as they  pressed their offensive Sunday to retake Syria s second city. In a major breakthrough in the push to retake the whole city, regime forces on Saturday captured Masaken Hanano, which had been the

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Five killed after helicopter crashes in Iran

TEHRAN (Sarzameen News) – Five people on board an Iranian helicopter were killed when it crashed into the Caspian Sea on Sunday, state television reported. The bodies of four crew and a civilian, plus the helicopter, had been found, a security official told state television website. The helicopter, owned by the National Iranian Drilling Company,

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Pakistan Embassy, Consulate to remain closed on UAE National Day

ABU DHABI (Sarzameen News) – The Embassy of Pakistan, Abu Dhabi and Consulate General of Pakistan, Dubai will remain closed on Thursday i.e. December 1 on account of the UAE National Day and Commemoration Day and will reopen on Sunday December 4. Indian embassy will be working on Thursday and shall remain closed on Friday

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