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  • Don’t let Myanmar go Rwanda’s way

    Since then it seems the Myanmar violence is going Rwanda’s way — lots of talking but doing little which had prompted the then secretary general Boutros Boutros-Ghali to say in bristling anger “all of us are responsible for this failure...

    Just as the UN remained hamstrung when 800,000 Tutsis were killed in Rwanda in the face of complete disinterest of the US and other big nations, the same is being repeated in case of Myanmar...

  • Rwanda brings rhinos back to boost tourism

    KIGALI: A decade after poachers wiped out its native population of rhinos, Rwanda has reintroduced the animals to its national parks after flying up a group of 10 from South Africa on Tuesday...

    The group will live at Rwanda’s Akagera National Park, protected by rangers trained in anti-poaching and an electric fence, authorities said...

  • Medical delivery drones take flight over Rwanda

    MUHANGA: Rwanda on Friday inaugurated a drone operation that its backers hope will kickstart a revolution in the supply of medical care in rural parts of Africa, in the first instance by delivering batches of blood to 21 clinics in the west of the country...

    Rwanda is no exception, and the situation here is worsened by the topography of a country dubbed “the land of a thousand hills” as well as intense seasonal rains making the...

  • Pope seeks forgiveness for Church role in Rwanda genocide

    VATICAN CITY: Pope Francis asked for forgiveness on Monday for the “sins and failings of the Church” during Rwanda’s 1994 genocide, saying he hoped his apology would help heal the African state’s wounds...

    But Rwanda’s government indicated it felt the apology did not go far enough, saying the local Church was still complicit in protecting the perpetrators of the genocide...

  • Pakistan seeking normal relations with India

    WASHINGTON: Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry said on Thursday that Pakistan wants to have a normal relationship with India, but New Delhi had suspended the bilateral dialogue process...

    We want to have normal relationship with India...

  • Pakistan desires good relations with all its neighbours: PM

    Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said Tuesday that Pakistan is a peace-loving country and desires good relations with all countries, particularly its neighbours...

    Addressing the passing out parade of graduating cadets at Pakistan Air Force Academy (PAF) Asghar Khan in Risalpur, the prime minister said Pakistan, despite its desire for peaceful co-existence, was not oblivious to its duties...

  • Iran wants expanded relations with Pakistan: Zarif

    ISLAMABAD: In a day-long visit to Islamabad on Thursday Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif made a strong pitch for expanded relations with Pakistan offering greater economic, energy and security cooperation...

    Mr Zarif articulated his proposal in meetings with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Adviser to the PM on Foreign Affairs and National Security Sartaj Aziz and members of the National Assembly’s Foreign Affairs Committee...

  • PM's relations with Modi damaging Pakistan's stance on Kashmir, says Khursheed Shah

    ISLAMABAD: Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Syed Khursheed Shah on Wednesday alleged Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s personal relationships with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi is damaging Pakistan’s stance on the Kashmir issue...

    “Nawaz Sharif's relations with the Indian administration, especially with Prime Minister Modi, is a hurdle in resolving the Kashmir dispute,” Shah said while talking to media personnel......

  • No intention to diminish relations with Pakistan: US

    WASHINGTON: The United States has ‘absolutely no intention’ of diminishing its relationship with Pakistan in any way, says the US State Department...

    At the Tuesday news briefing, the department’s spokesman refused to criticise Pakistan for saying that it would look for other options if a deal for buying eight F-16 fighter jets from the United States fails...

  • Relations with Pakistan bigger challenge than Al-Qaeda, Taliban: Afghan President

    KABUL: Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Saturday said state to state relations with Pakistan are a bigger challenge for Afghanistan than the existence of terror groups such as Al-Qaeda and Taliban...

    In an interview with Geo News, the Afghan President alleged that Pakistan provides sanctuaries to terrorists and trains them, making relations with Pakistan, the bigger challenge for his country...

  • Relations with India not to hurt Iran-Pakistan ties: envoy

    PESHAWAR: Iranian Ambassador to Pakistan Mehdi Honardoost has said that his country is ready to provide all possible support to Pakistan in the war against terrorism and for the development of its economy...

    Talking to media personnel at the Iranian consulate here on Monday, the ambassador said that ties between Iran and India wouldn’t put any negative impact on relations between Pakistan and Iran...

  • Relations with Pakistan strong, says US

    WASHINGTON: The United States on Friday rejected the suggestion that its relations with Pakistan now were at their lowest level, although it did call it a challenging relationship...

    In an earlier statement, Mr Toner had also ruled out any possibility of imposing sanctions on Pakistan over its alleged links with the Haqqani network of terrorists...

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