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BEIJING, Apr 20 (APP): Vessels from seven countries, including Pakistan, arrived at the port of Qingdao in East China’s Shandong province Sunday morning, ahead of the 14th annual meeting of Western Pacific Naval Symposium (WPNS), which the PLA’s navy is expected to launch on Tuesday, media report said.


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UNITED NATIONS, April 20 (APP): The United Nations has renewed its  demand for unimpeded humanitarian access to the besieged Palestinian refugee camp of Yarmouk, warning that there is no UN food aid left there as  escalation in the Syrian conflict prevented the delivery of desperately needed assistance.


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CPJ slams attack on TV news anchor Hamid Mir in Karachi -
NEW YORK, April 19 (APP): The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), a New York-based independent watchdog body, has voiced concern over the attack on Geo News senior anchor Hamid Mir in Karachi on Saturday and called for bringing the perpetrators to justice.


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WASHINGTON, April 18 (APP): Pakistan’s ambassador to the United States Jalil Abbas Jilani addressed the faculty and participants of 2014 National War College, encompassing a wide range of subjects including positive trajectory in Islamabad-Washington relations, ongoing transformations in Pakistan and developments in the region.


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UoP, LU, IU, UoK, SU advance to next round in All-Pakistan Inter-University Cricket
PESHAWAR, Apr 20 (APP): University of Punjab, Lahore University, Islamia Bahawalpur, University of Karachi, and Sargodha University moved to second round after registering victories against their respective rivals on the opening day of the All-Pakistan Inter-University Cricket Championship organizing by the Directorate of Sports Abdul Wali Khan University at five different venues in Peshawar and Mardan on Sunday.
 
Mehran, Laiba Ijaz lifted KP Boys, Girls Junior Squash titles
PESHAWAR, Apr 19 (APP): Current National Champion Mehran Javed and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa No. 1 Laiba Ijaz clinched titles after defeating their respective rivals in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Boys and Girls Junior Squash Championship played here at PAF Hashim Khan Squash Complex on Saturday.
 
National Women Softball Championship-2014 starts
RAWALPINDI, April 18 (APP): A three-day National Women Softball Championship-2014 started at Pindi Cricket Stadium here on Friday.
 
Army wins national netball championship title
LAHORE, Apr 18 (APP): Army routed Higher Education Commission 27-17 in the final and won the title of the 13th national men’s netball championship at Islamabad’s PSB complex on Friday.
 
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UN chief hails oil deal between Sudan and South Sudan PDF Print E-mail
UNITED NATIONS, Aug 6 (APP): UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon welcomes the deal reached by the Governments of Sudan and South Sudan on oil and financial arrangements, according to Ban’s spokesperson. “It is an important milestone for building good neighbourly relations between the two states,” the spokesperson added in a statement.“The Secretary-General is encouraged that the two governments have significantly narrowed their positions on contentious issues.”According to media reports, the two countries reached agreement this past weekend on how much South Sudan will pay to transport its crude oil through Sudan’s pipelines. South Sudan’s oil output had been shutdown earlier this year due to differences over payment rates. In his statement, the spokesperson noted that the Secretary-General, however, regrets that the two sides have not  met the 2 August deadline set by the Security Council in  endorsing the Roadmap put forward in a communique from the African Union’s Peace and Security Council at a ministerial meeting in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, in April.
 

     

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