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Efforts Ramping Up to Resolve Yemen Conflict Following Saudi Attacks

By: Dale Gavlak AMMAN – Efforts to resolve the nearly five-year conflict in Yemen are increasing following drone and missile attacks on Saudi oil facilities last month. Despite Houthi rebel claims of carrying out the sophisticated airstrikes, most Gulf observers believe the highly coordinated attacks on the Abqaiq and Khurais …

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UAE to invest $5bn in oil refinery project in Pakistan by end of 2019: report

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) will invest $5 billion in an oil refinery project in Pakistan by the end of the year, Arab News reported on Friday. In an interview with the publication, UAE Ambassador to Pakistan Hamad Obaid Ibrahim Salem Al-Zaabi said: “We are going to launch very soon …

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Two killed in Wadh road accident

QUETTA:  At least two women died and five others sustained injuries in a collision between a car and a truck at Quetta-Karachi National Highway near Wadh area of Khuzdar district on Thursday. Levies officials said a Panjgur bound car coming from Karachi carrying a family was hit by a small …

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Court summons witnesses in kidnapping case

QUETTA:  A court on Wednesday heard a case of alleged kidnapping involving Balochistan Minister for Science and Information Technology Sardar Abdul Rehman Khethran and his son. When the additional sessions court started proceeding of the case, the defense counsel filed an application, seeking exemption for the minister and his son …

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Two bodies found in Quetta

QUETTA: Two dead bodies including a woman were recovered from provincial capital on Thursday. As per rescue sources, within an hour, they have recovered a dead body of unknown man from Qambrani Road, while another body of a woman from Killi Khali Kharot-abad. The bodies were shifted to Bolan Medical …

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UN Says 14,000 ‘Grave Violations’ Against Afghan Kids In Four Years

The worsening security situation in Afghanistan over the past four years has led to over 14,000 “grave violations” against children, including nearly 3,500 deaths, a UN report says. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres condemned “the alarming level” of grave violations committed by all parties and the fact that children “continue to …

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