21 April 2015

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Reception held at Pakistan House to mark Pakistan Day

NEW YORK: Heads of diplomatic missions accredited to the United Nations, senior UN officials, academics and members of the Pakistani community attended a reception held at Pakistan House Monday evening to mark the Pakistan Day.The well-attended reception was jointly hosted by Pakistan ‘s Ambassador to the United Nations Maleeha Lodhi and Consul General Raja Ali Ejaz.Earlier in the day, Pakistan’s national flag was unfurled at the Pakistan House at a simple ceremony.The ceremony began with recitation

Gunmen kill 13 bus passengers in Afghanistan: officials

Gunmen kill 13 bus passengers in Afghanistan: officialsKABUL: Gunmen killed 13 passengers travelling on a bus in Afghanistan on Tuesday, underlining the country´s fragile security situation as President Ashraf Ghani holds talks with the United States in Washington.The attack in Wardak province, which lies close to Kabul, is the latest to hit civilians in Afghanistan´s still-bloody conflict.Ghani is due to meet US President Barack Obama on Tuesday to discuss the pace of the American troop withdrawal after more than a decade.With the spring fighting season about

Canada to extend airstrikes against IS, may go into Syria

OTTAWA Canadian airstrikes against the Islamic State group in Iraq will be extended one year to March 2016 and may see sorties into Syria, the government said Tuesday.But no ground combat troops would be deployed under the plan, which is to be debated in parliament Thursday.Prime Minister Stephen Harper read a motion in the House outlining the mission add-on. With his Conservative majority, the motion is assured of passage.The original military mission started in November with Canadian war planes joining

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