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UN chief voices concern about uptick in Yemen fighting in phone call to country's president -
UNITED NATIONS, May 28 (APP):  Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has voiced concern about the escalation of fighting in Yemen in a telephone conversation with the country's President, who lives in Saudi Arabia, the United Nations said Thursday.


Pakistan calls for boosting efforts to protect journalists -
UNITED NATIONS, May 28 (APP): Stressing the crucial role journalists play in providing authentic information, Pakistan has called for stepped up efforts to ensure safety and security of media professionals, especially in the situations of armed conflict.


UNSC adopts resolution violence against journalists, urges end to impunity -
UNITED NATIONS, May 28 (APP):  The United Nations Security Council Wednesday adopted a resolution condemning the frequent attacks against journalists worldwide and strongly deploring impunity for such acts.


Pakistan embassy disappointed over NY editorial over Axact scandal -
Washington, May 27 (APP): A spokesman of the Pakistan Embassy in Washington expressed disappointment over a recent editorial by the New York Times suggesting Pakistan's government complicity in a case of bogus-degree that allegedly involved Axact, a Pakistan-based company.


Rate of world hunger dropping amid wider eradication efforts: UN report -
UNITED NATIONS,  May 27 (APP): The number of the world’s chronically undernourished has dropped below the 800 million mark as an increasing number of countries hit their Millennium Development Goal (MDG) targets on hunger, according to a new United Nations report released Wednesday by the Organization’s three food agencies. 


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Pakistan A, B teams win inaugural matches of 6-Red Snooker C'ship
ISLAMABAD, May 28 (APP): Pakistan's A and B snooker teams opened their first day on winning notes beating Iraq A, Iran C and India A team in the 3rd Asian Team Event and 4th 6-Red Snooker Championships in Kish Island (Iran) on Thursday.
 
Youth volleyball, badminton teams to undergo training in China
ISLAMABAD, May 28 (APP): Pakistan Sports Board (PSB) Youth Volleyball and Badminton teams are participating in a 12-day training-cum-competition course in Beijing, China.
 
Iran's Vehedi win Asian 6-Red snooker crown
KARACHI, May. 28 (APP)- Sohail Vahedi clinched the Asian 6-Red Snooker Championship when he defeated Ehsan Hyderinezhad 7-4 in all Iranian final in Kish Island (Iran), according to informations received here on Thursday.
 
Atiq hopes Amir get an international recall
ISLAMABAD, May 28 (APP): Former cricketer and Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGC) head coach Atiq-uz-Zaman believes that Muhammad Amir's inclusion in the SSGC squad will help him get back to his best and would hopefully earn him an international
recall.
 
COAS presents cash award to 17-year old boy for winning gold medal in Asian Jr AthleticsChampionship
ISLAMABAD, May 27 (APP): Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif on Wednesday congratulated Muhammad Afzal, 17-year old young boy who won the first ever gold medal for Pakistan in Asian Junior Athletics Championship held at Doha, Qatar in the current month.
 
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Pakistan urges Syrian govt, opposition to exercise restraint: Khar PDF Print E-mail
TEHRAN, Aug 9 (APP): Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar said Pakistan urges both the Syrian government and the opposition groups to exercise restraint for the safety and security of the civilian population.Addressing the Consultative Ministerial Meeting on Syria here on Thursday, the Minister said prolonged instability in Syria would have serious consequences for the region, Muslim Ummah and, in fact, for the entire world.She said, “As Syria bleeds, we must eschew the temptation of taking sides. It is time to find commonly agreed solutions to stop the bloodbath in Syria.”She said Syria needs political space to find a peaceful solution and re-establish its societal equilibrium by engaging all sides.She said Syria must forge its own destiny in accordance with the aspirations of its people.“It is our considered view that any outside intervention would further complicate the already very complex situation. It must be avoided,” she said adding the International Community must respect Syria’s sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity.”

 
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