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Sadiq Sanjrani inaugurates Gwadar desalination plant

QUETTA: Gwadar port is a unique port, it will not only benefited Pakistan, rather would prove fruitful for entire region. Gwadar port would invigorate international financing and bring economical revaluation particularly in Asia. The Senate chairman, Sadiq Sanjrani, has inaugurated a desalination plant installed at the Gwadar port by Chinese …

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Confronting Iran

Munir Akram HOURS after US President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal (formally, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, or JCPOA) and reimpose the ‘highest-level’ of sanctions on Iran, Israel launched extensive aerial attacks on what it alleged were Iranian militias that had fired rockets into …

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Oman faces property crash as foreign workers leave

At least 670 commercial property owners are facing potential bankruptcy, says bank source Oman’s property sector is feeling the squeeze as thousands of expatriates leave the country following a renewed government drive to replace them with Omanis. Ahmed Al Hamadani is one of the many landlords who are losing income. …

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US pullout from Iran deal: Who will pay the economic price?

We examine Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal and the implications for the global economy. This week, US President Donald Trump announced that he has withdrawn from the Iran nuclear deal and is set to renew sanctions on Iran. It’s a decision which has implications for the …

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Militants from Pakistan attacked Mumbai — Sharif

Former prime minister asks why trial cannot be completed Islamabad: Militants from Pakistan did sneak into India to attack Mumbai in 2008 and kill 166 Indians and foreigners, former prime minister Nawaz Sharif said in remarks published on Saturday. “Militant organisations are active [in Pakistan],” Sharif told Dawn newspaper in …

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Pakistan and U.S. Restrict Diplomats’ Travel, Adding New Strain on Ties

By Haroon Janjua and Gardiner Harris May 11, 2018 ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — Pakistan on Friday placed travel restrictions on United States diplomats based in the country, the latest in a series of retaliatory measures that threaten to plunge already strained relations to their worst level in years. The restrictions in …

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Pashtun people power is jolting the military establishment in Pakistan

By Abubakar Siddique Abubakar Siddique, editor of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty’s Gandhara website, is author of “The Pashtun Question: The Unresolved Key to the Future of Pakistan and Afghanistan.” The views expressed here are those of the author alone and not of his employer. A new movement demanding security for …

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U.S. Raises Pressure on Iran With Sanctions on Currency Exchange

In first action since pulling out of nuclear deal, Treasury accuses Iran’s central bank of being complicit in funneling dollars to elite military unit By Ian Talley WASHINGTON—The U.S. took a step toward cutting Iran off from the global economy on Thursday, levying sanctions on a financing network and accusing …

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Mattis pressed on Bolton’s, Giuliani’s support for regime change in Iran

By Zachary Cohen, CNN Play Video Who is James Mattis? 01:00 Washington (CNN)Defense Secretary James Mattis may have come to terms with President Donald Trump’s decision to quit the Iran nuclear deal, but he suggested the administration is still grappling with how to define US policy on countering Tehran following …

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Why Iran and Israel Are Clashing in Syria

By Sewell Chan May 10, 2018 A simmering conflict between Israel and Iran escalated overnight when Israeli jets struck dozens of Iranian targets in neighboring Syria. The strikes came after what the Israeli military described as an Iranian rocket attack against its forces in the Golan Heights. The Israelis said …

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