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KC-EU lauds European Union for connecting human rights with trade talk with India

Brussels, Belgium:(APS)Feb 12,2017-Kashmir Council Europe (KC-EU)’s Chairman Mr Ali Raza Syed has lauded European Union (EU)’s stance for connecting the upcoming Union free trade dialogue with human rights’ situation in India. It is important to mention that a head of high-level European Union’s delegation on upcoming session of EU-India later this year says, human rights will be part of next ... Read More »

American General has called for a review of relations with Pakistan

WASHINGTON (APS) Feb 10,2017- According to a Reuters report that the top US commander in Afghanistan said on Thursday that there was a need for a “holistic review” of the relationship with Pakistan, potentially opening the door for a new approach to one of America s most vexing alliances. Experts said the remarks by Army General John Nicholson, who leads ... Read More »

UNSC should conduct an urgent debate on Kashmir issue, Says AJK’s President

Brussels, Belgium :(APS)Feb 8,2017-President of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Sardar Masood Khan has asked United Nation Security Council (UNSC) to urgently conduct a debate on issue of Kashmir specially violation of human rights in Indian Held Kashmir (IHK). He was addressing as a chief guest at a conference entitled, “Kashmir Conflict and International Opinion” organized by Kashmir Council EU with ... Read More »

If something happens then the judge will be responsible: Trump

Trump Twitter news Feb 6,2017 President Donald Trump says if “something happens”, he will be accused judge who barred their way imposed on those coming from seven Muslim countries. On Sunday, The president addressed to the American people in a message on Twitter, saying that I do not believe that a judge shall in such danger to our country. Read More »

US idea of revising Iranian nuclear deal too risky:Russia

US idea of revising Iranian nuclear deal too risky:Russia

Associated Press Service Feb 6,2017 According to a Reuters report that  Russia’s deputy foreign minister Sergei Ryabkov said on Monday it would be too risky for the United States to try to reopen a nuclear deal with Iran, the Interfax news agency reported. “Don’t try to fix what is not broken,” Ryabkov was quoted as saying in an interview with ... Read More »

AJK’s President Masood Khan arrives in Brussels on invitation of KC-EU

  President of Azad Kashmir Sardar Masood Khan has arrived in Brussels on Monday on a three-day visit to Belgium. A delegation of office bearers of Kashmir Council EU headed by Mr Ali Raza Syed received the president at Brussels’ airport. Pakistan’s Ambassador to Belgium Naghmana Hashmi was also present on the occasion. Kashmir Council Europe (KC-EU) has all set ... Read More »

Trump commitment to restore the ban, criticized the judge

Associated Press Service Feb 4,2017 US President Donald Trump lashed out Saturday at a court ruling suspending his controversial ban on travellers from seven Muslim countries, dismissing it as “ridiculous” and vowing to get it overturned. According to AFP that the order blocking the ban, issued late Friday by Seattle US District Judge James Robart, is valid across the United ... Read More »

US put new sanctions on Iran due to testing ballistic missiles

Associated Press Service Washigton: Feb 3,2017 President Donald Trump raised the stakes in Washington’s increasingly tense stand-off with Iran on Friday, slapping fresh sanctions on Tehran’s weapons procurement network. Officials said the new measures were in response to Iran’s recent ballistic missile test and its alleged support for Houthi rebels in Yemen, who recently targeted a Saudi warship. The sanctions ... Read More »

APS Live: The Inauguration of the 45th President of the United States

The Inaugural Address Remarks of President Donald J.  Trump – As Prepared for Delivery Inaugural Address Friday, January 20, 2017 Washington, D.C. As Prepared for Delivery – Chief Justice Roberts, President Carter, President Clinton, President Bush, President Obama, fellow Americans, and people of the world: thank you. We, the citizens of America, are now joined in a great national effort to rebuild ... Read More »

US and Afghan troops killed 33 civilians in self-defense:NATO

KABUL (APS)January 12, 2017 – NATO confirmed Thursday that US forces in Afghanistan killed 33 Afghan citizens “in self-defence” in Kunduz last year in a single incident highlighting civilian casualties, one of the most contentious issues of the 15-year campaign. The incident on November 3 saw US and Afghan troops call for air reinforcement as they engaged with Taliban forces ... Read More »

Kabul blast kills 40, injures dozens

Kabul:(APS)January 10, 2017- Security officials say at least double blast near the Afghan parliament in Kabul killed 40 people and wounded dozens. According to reports at least 40 people have been killed and injured in the incident more than 30 head of Kabul hospital, Salim Rasouli said. The vast majority of those who died is including civilians. This attack occurred ... Read More »

Turkey: The death toll reached 40, including foreign residents

Photo AP Associated Press Service Jan 1,2017 ISTANBUL:A manhunt is on in Turkey for an assailant in a Santa Claus hat who unleashed a salvo of bullets in a crowded Istanbul nightclub during New Year’s celebrations Sunday, killing at least 39 people. According to AP news agency that foreigners were among the fatalities, including an 18-year-old Israeli woman and a ... Read More »

China barred the way to blacklist Masood Azhar

China barred the way to blacklist Masood Azhar

Associated Press Service December 30, 2016.New York China has blocked India’s request to add the head of the Pakistan-based militant group Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) to a UN Security Council blacklist of groups linked to al Qaeda, India said on Friday. India has accused JeM and its top leader, Maulana Masood Azhar, of masterminding several attacks, including a deadly assault on an ... Read More »

United States imposed new sanctions on Russia

Associated Press Service December 30, 2016, Washington US President Barack Obama has imposed sanctions on Russian officials and intelligence services in retaliation for Russia’s interference in the US presidential election by hacking American political sites and email accounts. The State Department also has kicked out 35 Russian diplomats from its embassy in Washington and consulate in San Francisco, giving them ... Read More » • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes