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UN Defers Decision on Afghanistan, Mynamar Seats: Reuters

Govt Urged to Stop Flow of Scrap Metal Abroad

UN Appeals For Record $41 Billion For World Aid, Citing Afghanistan Crisis

US Calls on Russia to Cool Tensions with Ukraine

US, South Korea Plan for Broader, More Ambitious Alliance

Taliban Committing ‘Revenge Killings’ Against Former Afghan Security Forces

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UN Defers Decision on Afghanistan, Mynamar Seats: Reuters

A UN committee on Wednesday deferred a decision on who will represent Afghanistan and Myanmar at the United Nations, said the panel’s chair, meaning the Afghan Taliban and Myanmar junta will not be allowed into the world body for now, … Read More

Govt Urged to Stop Flow of Scrap Metal Abroad

Owners of industrial businesses called on the government to prevent the smuggling of scrap metal out of the country, saying that the government should utilize the metal for domestic production. They also complained that their factories were facing a shortage of raw … Read More

UN Appeals For Record $41 Billion For World Aid, Citing Afghanistan Crisis

The United Nations is appealing for a record $41 billion to provide life-saving assistance next year to the 183 million most vulnerable people across 63 countries — led by a tripling of its program in Afghanistan, where “needs are skyrocketing.” … Read More

US Calls on Russia to Cool Tensions with Ukraine

SEOUL —  A top U.S. defense official says Washington will not be alone if it needs to take action in response to Russia’s massive troop buildup along its border with Ukraine. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, in Seoul for meetings with … Read More

US, South Korea Plan for Broader, More Ambitious Alliance

SEOUL —  Almost 29,000 U.S. troops in South Korea are staying put to help keep North Korea in check, even as Washington and Seoul eye a bigger role for South Korean military forces across the region. U.S. defense officials in … Read More

Taliban Committing ‘Revenge Killings’ Against Former Afghan Security Forces

Taliban forces have carried out more than 100 summary executions and forced disappearances in just four Afghan provinces, in a series of revenge attacks since the militant group seized power in August following the withdrawal of Western forces, according to Human … Read More

Transportation of wheat from India to Afghanistan allowed

PESHAWAR : The Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) of the Cabinet has allowed transportation of 50,000 metric tons of wheat from India through the Wagah border to Afghanistan. At a hurriedly-called meeting on the special instructions of Prime Minister Imran Khan, … Read More

Islamabad offers to host OIC meeting on Afghanistan

PESHAWAR: Pakistan has offered to host an extraordinary session of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation’s Council of Foreign Ministers on the situation in Afghanistan. While welcoming the meeting proposed by Saudi Arabia, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said Pakistan was … Read More

World Bank plans moving $500m for Afghan aid

KABUL: The World Bank is working on a plan to deliver up to $500 million from a frozen Afghanistan aid fund to humanitarian agencies, says a media report. Reuters news agency quoted sources as saying that members of the World … Read More

New COVID Variant Prompts Border Closings

Six cases of the new omicron variant of COVID-19 have been found in Scotland. The Scottish government said Monday it is not yet known where the individuals contracted the virus, but some of the cases may be due to community … Read More

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Astronauts Arrive at China’s New Permanent Space Station

The first manned crew of China’s new permanent space station docked with the outpost Thursday evening. The Shenzhou-12 spacecraft carrying veteran space travelers Nie Haisheng and Liu Boming and rookie Tang Hongbo rendezvoused with the Tianhe module six hours after … Read More

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Russia may offer effective alternative to Suez Canal, and it’s NOT Northern Sea Route – tycoon

Russia’s Arctic sea route is not the only alternative Russia could provide to the Suez Canal, which was blocked for six days in March, forcing global carriers to reroute ships and challenging international supply chains. Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska expressed … Read More

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UN Defers Decision on Afghanistan, Mynamar Seats: Reuters

Govt Urged to Stop Flow of Scrap Metal Abroad

UN Appeals For Record $41 Billion For World Aid, Citing Afghanistan Crisis

US Calls on Russia to Cool Tensions with Ukraine

US, South Korea Plan for Broader, More Ambitious Alliance

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