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(Islamabad) - The whole humanity and the hearts of all of us bleed over the massacre of Palestinians. The latest Israeli barbarity is the consequence of the US recent move of shifting its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem al-Quds. This action by the US is equivalent to inciting Israel and making it believe that there only exists one state, rendering null and void the perception of the two-state solution of the conflict...


 

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Iraq’s electoral commission has announced the final results of the recently held country’s parliamentary elections. According to the commission, the bloc led by prominent cleric Moqtada al-Sadr emerged as the largest coalition in the 327-member parliament. It captured 54 seats in different provinces. The popularity of this bloc in the capital Baghdad is more than other groups...


 

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US President Donald Trump earlier this month unilaterally pulled out of an international nuclear agreement that Tehran struck with major world powers led by Washington in 2015. Trump did this despite international consensus that Iran was abiding by the deal, formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). Taking note of Trump’s decision to withdraw the US from this agreement, the world leaders continue to condemn this move...


 

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Ever-increasing relations between India and Israel has now transformed into closer friendship. The latest manifestation of this warmth was evident when the prime ministers of the two countries met in New York on 29 September 2014. The two leaders discussed cooperation in areas ranging from agriculture and water management to defence and cybersecurity. According to the Jerusalem Post, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyaho told his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi that sky was the limit for relations between the two countries. “We’re very excited by the prospects of greater and greater ties with India, we think the sky is the limit.” He further said: “We are two old people, some of the oldest civilizations on earth. But we are also two democracies. We’re proud of our rich traditions, but also eager to seize the future. I believe that if we work together, it will be for the benefit of both our people.”

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