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  • 'IS recruiters target the weak': Belgium's bid to nip radicalisation in the bud

    "We have to assure them they have a place here, that they are not second-class citizens, and to undermine the recruiters' arguments," said Turine, a member of the leftist Ecolo party...

    Bilal, a 21-year-old Muslim resident of the district, says recruiters from IS, which claimed the Paris attacks, convinced around a dozen of his male and female friends to join their cause in Syria...

  • Two alleged IS recruiters detained near Barcelona

    MADRID: Spain’s Interior Ministry has said two Moroccans who are accused of indoctrination in Islamist extremism and recruiting others have been detained in Barcelona...

    The ministry said in a statement that the men, aged 25 and 27, allegedly raised money through drug trafficking and theft to support the militant Islamic State group
  • Nisar hits out at UAE minister for 'threatening' Pakistan

    ISLAMABAD: Federal Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Sunday hit out at the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for condemning a unanimous resolution by Pakistani lawmakers to stay out of the conflict in Yemen, in a rare display of discord between the two allies...

    Pakistan's Parliament on Friday passed a resolution backing the government's commitment to protect Saudi Arabia's territory from Houthi rebels, but declined Riyadh's...

  • UAE, Chinese energy firms to invest $5bn in Pakistan

    ISLAMABAD: A joint venture between two companies from China and the United Arab Emirates will make an investment of $5 billion in Pakistan’s energy sector for setting up three coal-fired power plants, with a combined output of 3,960MW, at Port Qasim...

    The agreement between UAE’s Metal Investment Holding Corporation and Power China E&M International was signed at the Board of Investment (BoI) on Tuesday...

  • UAE minister criticised in PA for ‘threats’ to Pakistan

    KARACHI: Sindh wildlife department parliamentary secretary Nasir Hussain Shah on Tuesday criticised the United Arab Emirates minister of state for foreign affairs Dr Anwer Mohammad Gargash for extending threats to Pakistan for its stand on the Yemen crisis...

    Pakistan Muslim League-Functional parliamentary leader Nand Kumar had asked if the government would now show some courage and stop giving special permits to UAE hunters to hunt...

  • UAE for strengthening economic ties with Pakistan

    ISLAMABAD: Hamad Oba­id Alzaabi, Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates said that Pakistan and UAE should develop a 10-year roadmap to benefit from potential areas of mutual cooperation and the UAE wanted to further enhance trade relations with Pakistan as both countries have great scope to promote trade in many areas...

    Addressing the business community at the Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry on Friday, he said that...

  • Sri Lanka target Pakistan Test record in UAE

    Sri Lanka will hope their left-arm spinner Rangana Herath maintains pressure on Pakistan when the second and final Test, a day-night affair with pink ball, starts at Dubai stadium on Friday...

    The 39-year-old took 6-43 on the final day to fail Pakistan's modest 136-run chase in the first Test in Abu Dhabi on Monday...

  • Sri Lanka seek to end Pakistan’s impressive record in UAE

    DUBAI: Dinesh Chandimal’s Sri Lanka will look to become the first team to win a Test series against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates, when the second and final match starts in Dubai on Friday...

    Left-arm spinner Rangana Herath, 39, was the catalyst for a 21-run victory in the first Test in Abu Dhabi last Monday, as he took 6-43 to foil Pakistan’s modest chase of 136...

  • Perera stars as SL end Pakistan’s unbeaten run in UAE

    DUBAI: Off-spinner Dilruwan Perera starred with a five-wicket haul as Sri Lanka scored a landmark 68-run victory on Tuesday to end Pakistan’s record of never having lost a Test series in the United Arab Emirates...

    The gulf country has been Pakistan’s home away from home since 2010, but the hosts couldn’t overhaul Sri Lanka, who had already won the first Test by 21 runs in Abu Dhabi, twice on the final days of both Tests...

  • Pakistan Super League finally set for UAE take off

    The much-blighted Pakistan Super League (PSL) will finally take off in February 2016 in the UAE, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced after a meeting of its Governing Board on Saturday...

    The franchise-based PSL, based on the same format as the Indian Premier League, was first set to begin in 2008-09 but was shelved on several occasions hitherto on the account of prevailing security situation in Pakistan...

  • Pakistan Super League in UAE next year: PCB

    LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), while pressing ahead with its planned agenda of how to organise the Pakistan Super League in a meeting of the Board of Governors (BoG) held here on Saturday, reiterated that it will launch its own franchise-based T20 league in the UAE...

    PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan, who attended the 36th BoG meeting held at the National Cricket Academy, said that the first season of the Pakistan Super League...

  • UAE allows Pakistan to ship halal products via sea

    LAHORE: The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has allowed transportation of halal products from Pakistan via sea which would bring down freight cost by one third, Punjab Halal Development Agency (PHDA) Chairman Justice (retired) Khalil-ur-Reman Khan said on Tuesday...

    He said the Pakistan Halal Authority has also been operational and the first meeting of its Board of Directors is being held on April 13...

  • Winning away from UAE key for Pakistan coach Arthur

    BIRMINGHAM: Mickey Arthur has said that winning series away from their adopted UAE home would be Pakistan’s acid test after former side Australia’s struggles in Sri Lanka bolstered their hopes of becoming the world’s number one Test team...

    Pakistan are currently third in the International Cricket Council standings, with Australia on top...

  • Modi steps into Pakistan-UAE breach 

    NEW DELHI: Has Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi stepped into the recent breach between Pakistan and the United Arab Emirates over Islamabad’s refusal to actively join the Yemen war against the Houthi fighters? Indian media was clear that Mr Modi, on the last day of a two-day visit to Abu Dhabi and Dubai on Monday, made veiled but unmistakable references to Pakistan, particularly in the context of terrorism, during a large public address to...

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