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PM condemns killing of two security personnel in Karachi

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has strongly condemned the killing of two security personnel in Karachi and issued directives for immediate action against the perpetrators of the cowardly attack

Two security forces personnel were martyred in a firing incident in Karachi's Sadar area on Tuesday afternoon. The terrorists riding a motorbike opened fire on an army vehicle and fled away. One soldier died on the spot, while the other succumbed to his injured in hospital. The prime minister said in the statement "We will not allow these terrorists to derail the ongoing operation for restoration of peace in Karachi."

Chief Minister Sindh also sought a report from the IG Sindh about the incident.

United Stated has assured to expand its multidimensional partnership with Pakistan

US Secretary of State John Kerry assured Foreign Affairs Adviser Sartaj Aziz that United States is ready to improve and expand its multidimensional partnership with Pakistan.

Both dignitaries met on the sidelines the ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) Ministerial Meeting being held in Laos and exchanged views on the regional situation with special reference to Afghanistan.

Syed Murad Ai Shah nominated as the new Chief Minister of Sindh

Chairman PPP Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has nominated Syed Murad Ali Shah as new Sindh Chief Minister.  Syed Qaim Ali Shah will present his resignation to the Governor Sindh Dr. Ishratul Ebad Khan. Earlier, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah presented his resignation to Chairman PPP Bilawal Bhutto Zardari during the party's parliamentary meeting in Karachi. Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari said the decision to replace an experienced and loyal party leader was a very difficult one. Murad Ali Shah before becoming CM was the minister for finance in the Sindh government.

Democrats Make Hillary Clinton a Historic Nominee

Hillary Clinton becomes the first woman in history to win the White House nomination of a major US political party, securing the backing of Democrats at a convention in Philadelphia.

The former first lady, senator and secretary of state took a monumental step on her quest to become America's first female president, by besting party challenger Bernie Sanders.

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