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  • Iran calls for political solution in Yemen

    ASTANA: Iran urged on Monday the formation of a new Yemeni government and offered to assist in a political transition...

    The advance by Houthi rebels towards the Yemeni city of Aden forced President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi to flee to Riyadh last month and triggered a Saudi-led campaign of air strikes to try to drive back the rebels
  • Balochistan solution

    While foreign meddling must be exposed and its actors dealt with through due process, the only long-term solution is to sincerely and comprehensively address the deprivation of the Baloch and the quasi-colonisation of the province’s resources...

  • Is there a solution to the Rohingya crisis?

    Sadly, instead of trying to find a permanent solution for the Rohingyas, Bangladesh is opting to do the most despicable thing, joining the persecutors in their killing mission...

    However, Myanmar’s addiction to violence drives home an important message: solution will not come in this way...

  • FO tells Nato political settlement only solution of Afghan conflict

    ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office reminded the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (Nato) on Thursday that solution to the Afghan conflict lay in political settlement and not in boosting troop numbers in the war-ravaged country...

    “Pakistan believes that there is no military solution to the Afghan conflict, and a political solution is imperative for a lasting peace and stability...

  • No military solution to Afghan conflict, agree Pakistan and Turkey

    "Both countries' foreign ministers agreed that there is no military solution to the conflict in Afghanistan, and stressed the need for regional powers to work for an Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace process, the FO said...

    Asif paid visits to China and Iran prior to his arrival in Turkey, with the focus on the need for a political solution to the Afghan problem...

  • Trump, Putin agree 'no military solution' in Syria: Kremlin

    The United States (US) and Russia issued a presidential joint statement saying there was “no military solution” to the war in Syria, the Kremlin said Saturday, after their leaders met briefly on the sidelines of a regional summit in Vietnam...

    “The presidents agreed that there is no military solution to the conflict in Syria,” the statement said, adding that the two sides “confirmed their determination to defeat ISIS” ? an alternative...

  • Rishi Kapoor for Kashmir solution so he can visit Pakistan

    NEW DELHI: Indian mo­vie actor Rishi Kapoor has given a compelling personal reason about why the Kashmir dispute should be solved urgently, and he has suggested a way too — he is 65 years old and wants to see Peshawar his ancestral home before it is too late for him to travel, PTI said on Sunday...

    Mr Kapoor said he agrees with National Conference president Farooq Abdullah, who claimed the other day that Azad Kashmir belongs to Pakistan...
  • Dialogue, not arms, solution to Balochistan problems: ex-CM

    QUETTA: Balochistan’s former chief minister and senior leader of the National Party Dr Abdul Malik Baloch said on Thursday that only dialogue, rather than recourse to the use of violence, could help restore peace in the province...

    Speaking at a joint press conference with provincial health minister Rehmat Saleh Baloch and Yasmeen Lehri, the leader welcomed the joining of ex- MPA and Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam (JUI-F) leader Mir Ghulam Jan to...
  • UN chief says two-state solution cannot be abandoned

    RAMALLAH: UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said on Tuesday a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict remained the only viable option as he made his first visit to the West Bank since taking office...

    “I want to express very strongly the total commitment of the United Nations but my personal total commitment to do everything for a two-state solution to materialise,” he said...

  • Solution to Karachi’s problems

    THE number of provinces in the country, or whatever remains of it after separation of East Pakistan, is practically the same as it was in 1947, except that the population is now nearly six times of what it was back then...

    And this fact alone necessitates creation of additional provinces to help the administration, as well as to bring the government closer to people
  • Fehmida urges political solution

    KARACHI: Former speaker of the National Assembly Dr Fehmida Mirza called on Friday for ‘political solution’ of the situation developed after her husband Dr Zulfikar Mirza poured scorn on his erstwhile friend and former president Asif Ali Zardari that led to registration of cases against him and siege of his Badin farmhouse...

    Vowing to stand with his husband and children in case of any ‘testing times,’ she referred to her several...

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