Syria reviews new Israeli airstrikes near Damascus

Mar 17, 2021 Syria reported Israeli airstrikes near Damascus Tuesday evening. Israeli missiles struck across the capital at 10:35 p.m. Syrian air defenses intercepted a few of the missiles and solely materials injury was reported. The missiles have been fired from the Golan Heights, the Syrian state media outlet SANA reported. The Israel Defense Forces didn’t… Continue reading Syria reviews new Israeli airstrikes near Damascus

Israel’s overseas minister continues anti-ICC marketing campaign in Russia

Mar 17, 2021 Israeli Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi met March 17 along with his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov, who welcomed the extent of coordination between the international locations on worldwide and regional points, notably the confidential dialogue channel established in recent times between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Ashkenazi stated, “I… Continue reading Israel’s overseas minister continues anti-ICC marketing campaign in Russia

Russia, Iran tried to target 2020 US election: US agencies

Russia and Iran targeted election infrastructure during the 2020 US vote but did not compromise any of the results, the departments of Homeland Security and Justice said Tuesday. “Broad Russian and Iranian campaigns targeting multiple critical infrastructure sectors did compromise the security of several networks that managed some election functions,” the government agencies said in… Continue reading Russia, Iran tried to target 2020 US election: US agencies

PM Imran Khan expands Pakistan’s national security with new additions

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday said it was time for Pakistan to get a stronghold of national security by expanding its domain inclusive of climate change, economic stability and food security, besides focusing on military strength. Addressing at the launch of the first annual Islamabad Security Dialogue themed ‘Together for Ideas’, the Prime Minister… Continue reading PM Imran Khan expands Pakistan’s national security with new additions

Ample sports strengthen youth’s mental and physical ability, Isphanyar Bhandara

Chief Executive Murree Brewery Company Mr. Isphanyar Bhandara says that sports help in developing the mental and physical abilities of the youth. This builds their character along with improving patience and courage in their personalities, because self-confidence in a person can play an important role in the country’s development. He added that the players are… Continue reading Ample sports strengthen youth’s mental and physical ability, Isphanyar Bhandara

Long March postponed as deep fissures in PDM exposed

Simmering differences in the unnatural eleven-party alliance – PDM on Tuesday erupted, leading to the postponement of the much-touted long march against the government and exposed the deep fissures running underneath. A six-hour-long meeting of the alliance at the PML-N Secretariat concluded after its failure to agree on the decision of tendering resignations from the… Continue reading Long March postponed as deep fissures in PDM exposed

France provides 65 Million Euros soft loan for the BRT Red Line in Karachi

On March 15, 2021, 2020, Mr. Noor Ahmed, Secretary of Economic Affairs Division (EAD), H.E. Mr Marc Barety, Ambassador of France, and Mr. Philippe Steinmetz, Country Director of the French Agency for Development (AFD), signed the Credit Financing Agreement worth Euros 65 million to co-finance with ADB, AIIB and Green Climate Fund (GCF). Subsequent Project… Continue reading France provides 65 Million Euros soft loan for the BRT Red Line in Karachi

10 questions if FATF is biased against Pakistan

The decision of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) to keep Pakistan in its grey list till June 2021 despite the fact that it addressed 24 out of 27 action items has raised serious questions over the approach of global terror-financing and money-laundering watchdog. Ignoring to include India and Afghanistan in its list even with… Continue reading 10 questions if FATF is biased against Pakistan

Intel: Saudi Arabia seeks Turkey’s drones, Erdogan says

Mar 16, 2021 Saudi Arabia needs to purchase armed drones from Turkey, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stated Monday within the newest potential signal of a thaw between the 2 governments. Ankara and Riyadh all however ceased cooperation on regional issues as ties soured following the state-sanctioned homicide of dissident Saudi journalist and Washington Post columnist Jamal… Continue reading Intel: Saudi Arabia seeks Turkey’s drones, Erdogan says

Iran’s supreme chief licensed infowar marketing campaign throughout US election

Mar 16, 2021 Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei seemingly accredited Tehran’s effort to sway the 2020 presidential election within the United States, in response to “high-confidence” US intelligence report launched in the present day. Tehran’s “multi-pronged” disinformation marketing campaign sought to undercut the reelection of President Donald Trump largely through social media, in response to the report compiled by… Continue reading Iran’s supreme chief licensed infowar marketing campaign throughout US election