The Prime Minister says never before in the history of the country three generations of a family were held accountable as his family was being made. The present process of accountability has been extended to period beyond his birth.

Pakistan welcomes offer of mediation by Russian President to resolve tension between Islamabad and New Delhi: FO

Pakistan's relations with Russia are on a positive trajectory and Russian President Vladimir Putin will be warmly welcomed in Pakistan once he takes a decision in this regard. The reaction to the offer of the Russian President came during weekly briefing by Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakaria. Meanwhile, Nafees Zakariya says Pakistan believes that Afghan-owned and Afghan-led political settlement is imperative for restoring long-lasting peace in Afghanistan.

OIC secretary general calls upon India to stop human rights violation in Occupied Kashmir

OIC Secretary General Dr. Yousuf A. Al-Othaimeen has called upon India to immediately stop excessive acts of systematic human rights violations of Kashmiri people. In a statement, he reiterated the OIC's principled position in supporting of the Kashmiris for their just struggle for their right of self-determination. The Secretary General noted that the Kashmiris remain victims of the denial of their inalienable rights to self-determination.

Trump under investigation for possible obstruction of justice: Washington Post

US President Donald Trump is being investigated by special counsel Robert Mueller for possible obstruction of justice. US media reports say senior intelligence officials will also be questioned whether President Trump tried to end an inquiry against his sacked national security adviser.

US fighter jet deal, ship visit show military links to Qatar

A deal between the United States and Qatar for F-15 fighter jets and a visit by two American warships to Doha are showing the vital military links Washington maintains to the country now at the center of a dispute with Arab nations. Qatar has signed what it described as a $12 billion for the fighter jets.

UN won't play any role in Iraqi Kurds' independence vote

The United Nations says it will not be engaged in any way or form in the process surrounding the independence referendum in Iraq's northern semi-autonomous Kurdish region. U.N. special mission to Iraq said in a statement that UNAMI , could cast doubts on the credibility of the vote, which has already sparked wide criticism from the central government in Baghdad and several western nations.

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