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US says no position on lifting executions’ moratorium -
WASHINGTON, Dec 24 (APP): The United States has said it has no position on Pakistan’s decision to lift a moratorium on executions of convicted terrorists, viewing it as Islamabad’s internal matter.   


UN officials hail entry into force of landmark global arms trade treaty -
UNITED NATIONS, Dec 24 (APP): United Nations officials welcomed the entry into force of the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) on Wednesday, hailing it as a new chapter in collective efforts to bring responsibility, accountability and transparency to the global arms trade.


Muslim group trapped by Central African Republic violence face dire situation, warns UN -
UNITED NATIONS, Dec 23 (APP): The United Nations refugee agency voiced concern Tuesday over the “deteriorating situation” facing more than 400 members of a Muslim minority group trapped by the ongoing violence fracturing the Central African Republic (CAR).


Two NY policemen shot dead while sitting in patrol car -
NEW YORK, Dec. 21 (APP): Two New York City police officers were shot  dead while sitting in their patrol car on Saturday in Brooklyn.



Two NY policemen shot dead while sitting in patrol car -
NEW YORK, Dec 21 (APP): Two New York City police officers were shot dead while sitting in their  patrol car on Saturday in Brooklyn.


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PCB chief for quick functioning of PCB Academy, repair of NSK
KARACHI, Dec 24 (APP): Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief Shaharyar Khan was not happy with condition of country’s premier Test centre - National Stadium Karachi (NSK) and wanted quick completion of PCB Academy here.
 
Rizwan’s double, Khurram’s ton put SNGPL on top in Quaid Trophy final
KARACHI, Dec 24 (APP): Dazzling Muhammad Rizwan blasted a maiden double hundred and Khurram Shahzad smashed an attacking hundred as Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Ltd (SNGPL) tightened their grip in their Quaid-e-Azam Cricket Trophy Gold League final against National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) on Wednesday.
 
Pentangular cricket tournament to begin from Dec 31
MULTAN, Dec 24 (APP): Multanites would enjoy quality cricket after a long time with the commencement of 10-day long pentangular cricket tournament featuring national cricket players at the picturesque Multan Cricket Stadium from December 31.
 
International skier Karim calls on President SFP
PESHAWAR, Dec 24 (APP): International skier Muhammad Karim Wednesday called on Air Marshal Sohail Gul Khan, Vice Chief of the Air Staff Pakistan Air Force, who is also President Ski Federation of Pakistan, (SFP)in his office at Islamabad, says a press release of the Ski Federation of Pakistan.
 
PCB plans 3-nation “A” event in UAE next year: Shaharyar
KARACHI, Dec. 24 (APP)- Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) in order to provide exposure to Pakistan second string is planning a 3-nation “A” team event in United Arab Emirates (UAE), board Chairman Shaharyar M.Khan said on Wednesday.
 
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US apologizes over Salala deaths; pledges enduring partnership as Pakistan reopens routes PDF Print E-mail
WASHINGTON, July 3 (APP): U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Tuesday expressed a sense of remorse over the loss of 24 Pakistani soldiers in American strikes on Salala posts as she revealed that the Pakistani routes for NATO supplies were being restored.Clinton said she called her Pakistani counterpart Hina Rabbani Khar, who said Pakistan would restore its key land routes for NATO supplies into landlocked Afghanistan and not charge any transit fees in the interest of regional peace. The chief American diplomat hailed this as a tangible demonstration of Islamabad’s support for peace and stability in the neighboring Afghanistan.The restoration of Pakistani supply lines closed since the Salala incident on November 26 last year  would signal an end to stalemate in relations between the two countries.Meanwhile, Pakistan’s ambassador to the United States Sherry Rehman Tuesday said her country’s decision on restoration of the supply lines for NATO is not part of any transaction but underscores Islamabad’s role as a responsible player
for stability in the region.
 

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