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Enforced disappearances cannot be tolerated in 21st century: UN chief -
UNITED NATIONS, Aug 31 (APP): Stressing that the enforced disappearance of individuals by States constitutes an unacceptable violation of human rights, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has declared that the time has come for the end to this ‘abhorrent’ practice.


UN peacekeepers in Golan come under renewed attack: report -
UNITED NATIONS, Aug 31 (APP): The United Nations said its peacekeepers  in the Golan were attacked by armed elements on Saturday, as efforts continue to achieve the safe release of 44 blue helmets detained on Thursday.


Detained peacekeepers in Golan safe and in good health: UN -
UNITED NATIONS, Aug 30 (APP): The United Nations said on Friday that it has received assurances from credible sources that the 44 peacekeepers who were taken from their positions in the Golan Thursday are safe and in good health.


Syrian refugees top 3 million: UN -
UNITED NATIONS, Aug 29 (APP): More than three million people have fled Syria's civil war, the United Nations' refugee agency (UNHCR) said Friday as the three-year exodus showed no sign of slowing.


UN peacekeepers detained by armed group amid fighting in Golan Heights -
UNITED NATIONS, Aug 28 (APP): Fortythree United Nations peacekeepers serving in the Golan Heights were detained this morning amid increased fighting in the area between Syrian Government forces and armed elements, the U.N. said Thurday.


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Pakistan team back from Colombo after debacle in Sri Lanka
KARACHI, Aug 31 (APP): Pakistan cricket team returned here quietly on Sunday from Colombo after disastrous tour of Sri Lanka where they lost the Test and One-day International series against the hosts.
 
FATA full of cricket talent: M. Akram
PESHAWAR, Aug 30 (APP): Former Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Akram Saturday said that FATA is full of cricket talent and if provided due chances to the upcoming lot they would certainly become the future stars of cricket.
 
Table Tennis Championship to prove a good omen: IPC Minister
ISLAMABAD AUGUST 29 (APP): Federal Minister for Inter Provincial Coordination (IPC), Mian Riaz Hussain Pirzada has said the South Asian Cadet and Junior Table Tennis Championship played here at Rodam Hall would prove as good omen in holding other sport activities saying by seeing this other countries would feel confident in sending their teams to Pakistan.
 
Hamza shock top seed Nofil to reach tennis semis
KARACHI, Aug 29 (APP): Hamza Malik pulled off a shock when defeated top seed and junior international Nofil Kaleem 2-0 to storm into the Under-18 semifinals of second Indus Pharma Seniors and Junior Ranking Tennis Championship after easy victories at Karachi Club here on Friday.
 
National Junior Swimming Championship in Sept: Asif
PESHAWAR, Aug 29 (APP): National Junior Age Group Swimming Championship at Adil Khan Swimming Pool, Qayyum Sports Complex, will be held in September this year, Secretary General Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Swimming Association Asif Orakzai told APP here on Friday.
 
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Kashmiri author slams West’s silence over human rights abuses in occupied Kashmir PDF Print E-mail
NEW YORK, July 8 (APP): A Kashmiri author and journalist has denounced Western countries for their “brazen disregard” of human rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir where over 2,000 mass graves were discovered last year, and he urged India to negotiate an end to the decades-old dispute over the Himalayan state.  “Had the graves been found under Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi’s compound in Libya or in the rubble of Homs in Syria, there surely would have been an uproar,” Mirza Waheed, the London-based author, said in an opinion piece published in The New York Times Sunday.
 

     

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