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  • A look at the four countries the US says sponsor terrorism

    The US has declared North Korea a state sponsor of terrorism, returning the country to a short blacklist of targeted US foes...

    A State Department report in July called Iran the world's foremost sponsor of terrorism and said it has supported Shia militias in Iraq and attempted to smuggle weapons to Palestinian terrorist groups in Gaza...

  • PSL formally announces title sponsor

    LAHORE: HBL joined hands with the Pakistan Super League (PSL) as title sponsor, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced on Tuesday during a news conference held in connection with the unveiling of the PSL logo...

    “HBL will be the title sponsor of the first-ever Pakistan’s cricket league,” said the PCB in a statement...

  • Betting company to sponsor Davis Cup and Fed Cup

    LONDON: A leading online betting company has become an international sponsor of the Davis Cup and Fed Cup tennis competitions...

    The International Tennis Federation (ITF) says Betway will sponsor the men's and women's team events for three years through 2018...

  • FIFA discusses reforms amid new sponsor attacks

    ZURICH: FIFA’s leadership held talks on reforms on Wednesday as sponsors who provide hundreds of millions of dollars demanded independent leadership of changes to football’s scandal-tainted governing body...

    The FIFA executive committee — with president Sepp Blatter and vice president Michel Platini both suspended — is holding two days of talks to discuss reforms proposed by top sporting official Francois Carrard who was named by the...
  • Scandal-hit IPL loses main sponsor Pepsi, hunt on for new teams

    NEW DELHI: India's cricket officials on Sunday announced a new sponsor for the scandal-hit Indian Premier League (IPL) after Pepsi pulled out of the glitzy Twenty20 tournament...

    Chinese mobile company Vivo is set to take over as sponsor of the eight-team franchised competition, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) said after a meeting...

  • US lawmakers move bill to declare Pakistan 'state sponsor of terrorism'

    WASHINGTON: Two United States lawmakers moved a bill in Congress seeking designation of Pakistan as a 'state sponsor of terrorism' on Wednesday...

    The bill titled the Pakistan State Sponsor of Terrorism Designation Act was introduced by Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Terrorism Ted Poe and Congressman Dana Rohrabacher at a time when Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is in the US to address the United Nations General Assembly...

  • Iran 'biggest state sponsor of terrorism': US defence secretary

    US Defence Secretary James Mattis said Saturday that Iran was the world's biggest state sponsor of terrorism, as President Donald Trump slapped fresh sanctions on the country's weapons procurement network...

    “As far as Iran goes, this is the single biggest state sponsor of terrorism in the world,” Mattis said at a press conference in Tokyo, but added that the US had no plans to increase troop numbers in the Middle East in response... ...

  • No desire in US to declare Pakistan terror sponsor: envoy

    WASHINGTON: Pakistan’s new envoy in Washington, Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhary, has said there’s no desire in the United States to declare Pakistan a state sponsor of terrorism as both countries want to continue their longstanding relationship...

    Responding to a question at his briefing, Mr Chaudhary said there’s “a tiny minority” in Washington, which keeps raising this issue of declaring Pakistan a state sponsor of terrorism “but the bulk of...

  • Declaring Pakistan state sponsor of terrorism will not help: scholars

    WASHINGTON: Declaring Pakistan a state sponsor of terrorism will create a situation that will be difficult to reverse, will fail in forcing Islamabad to change its policies and will not help the US cause in Afghanistan...

    Labelling a country “a state sponsor of terrorism, is not a surgical instrument, that’s a really, really heavy hammer”, argued Stephen Tankel, an assistant professor at School of Public Affairs, American University,...

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