F.P. Report ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Wednesday strongly condemned multiple missiles and drone attacks towards Riyadh, Najran and Jazan by the Houthi militia. The Foreign Office Spokesperson in a statement said that Pakistan appreciated the successful interception of the missiles and drones, which prevented the loss of innocent lives. ”We call for an immediate cessation of…

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– Jalil Afridi  Washington DC: Chairman of the  High Council of National Reconciliation Dr Abdullah Abdullah while speaking at an event in United States Institute of Peace in Washington DC stated that the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan is based on certain conditions and that these conditions are being discussed at very early stage…

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Raja Furqan Ahmed A drone attack or strikes is an unmanned combat aerial vehicle that fires a missile at a target. The word drone was first time used in 1946 but this technology in a few years made the term more common. The drone is mostly used in that situation in which fighting is difficult…

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Julian Lee It was too good to be true. Last weekend’s OPEC+ meeting took a decision in record time to extend deep output cuts that had halted a dramatic slide in prices — and members even agreed to abide by them. The timing was perfect. The deal would keep oil from flooding the market, allowing…

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Sleep — it seems like the most natural and mundane of human activities, but it’s also one of the most fascinating. From why we sleep to how we dream, to what keeps us awake and the trends that have defined sleep over the centuries, there’s a lot we’ve learned about sleep … and a lot…

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Monitoring Desk LONDON: The UK government has indicated it is prepared to rescue large British companies severely affected by the coronavirus crisis. The Treasury said “last resort” support could be made available if a firm’s failure would “disproportionately harm the UK economy”. The move follows indications that a number of big firms are seeking government…

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Birmingham (Agencies): England paceman Chris Woakes is glad to be suffering the “normality” of familiar aches and pains following his first bowling net practice since the coronavirus lockdown. Warwickshire’s Woakes was back at his Edgbaston home ground in Birmingham on Thursday for an hour-long stint after being chosen for an individual session. Batsmen and wicketkeepers…

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F.P. Report ISLAMABAD: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) authorised filing reference against foreign ministry officials, investigations against Akram Khan Durrani and son of Rukhsana Bangash for inflicting huge losses to national exchequer by abusing their authority. The Executive Board Meeting (EBM) of NAB, chaired by Chairman Justice (Retd) Javed Iqbal authorised filing a reference, conducting…

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