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Pakistan has asked the United Nations to restrain India from interfering in Pakistan.  Pakistan's Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Ambassador Maleeha Lodhi, delivered a dossier on India's interference and terrorism in Pakistan, to the United Nations' Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, along with a letter from Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz. Dossier contains additional information and proof of Indian and its agency RAW's interference in Pakistan and involvement in terrorism particularly in Balochistan, FATA and Karachi.

 

Host: Sohaib Bin Noor

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USA shooting-A gunman opened fire at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood airport, a major tourist hub in Florida, killing five people and injuring eight

A shooter wearing a Star Wars T-shirt opened fire at the baggage carousel at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on Friday, killing at least five people before being taken into custody. Five people died and eight more were wounded in the incident Police have taken into custody the suspect who killed five people and injured eight others in firing at Fot Lauderdale airport in Florida.

US election hacking: Putin 'sought to help' Trump

US intelligence agencies claim that Russian President Vladimir Putin personally ordered his government to help Republican Donald Trump win the presidential election. Moscow has not commented, but Russia has previously denied the claims. After being briefed on the findings, Mr Trump stopped short of accusing Russia of interfering; saying only that the election outcome was not affected.

Abbas Warns Trump against Moving Us Embassy to Jerusalem

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has warned US President-elect Donald Trump against moving the American embassy to Jerusalem. During a speech in the occupied West Bank, he said if the transfer of the US diplomatic mission is implemented, the peace process in the Middle East, and even peace in the world, will be in severe trouble. He called on Trump to visit the Palestinian territories.

Israel cuts $6m in UN funding over settlement vote

Israel has suspended $6 million in funding to the United Nations in 2017 in protest against a UN Security Council resolution that demanded an end to Israeli settlement building on land Palestinians want for an independent state. The United States abstained from the Dec. 23 vote, allowing the 15-member Security Council to adopt the resolution with 14 votes in favor. Israel and US President-elect Donald Trump had called for Washington to wield its veto.

North Korea 'close to testing long-range missiles'

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has said the country is close to testing long-range missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads. The intercontinental ballistic missiles were in their "last stage" of development, Mr Kim announced during his New Year's message. Pyongyang has conducted two nuclear tests in the past year, including its biggest one to date. UN resolutions call for an end to North Korea's nuclear and missile tests.

Thousands fired in new wave of Turkey coup purges

Turkey has dismissed over 6,000 people and ordered the closure of dozens of associations under the state of emergency imposed after the July failed coup, in a purge that shows no sign of slowing. More than 100,000 people have already been suspended or sacked so far in a crackdown on those alleged to have links to coup-plotters while dozens of media outlets have been shut down.

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