Daily Archives: January 5, 2018

US Warns Pakistan Weakness on Terror Could Cost Country $1.9B

WASHINGTON / ISLAMABAD The United States said its decision to suspend military aid to Pakistan will cost Islamabad just under $2 billion, as top officials from both countries engaged in a war of words Friday over differences in how to …

US Warns Pakistan Weakness on Terror Could Cost Country $1.9B

WASHINGTON / ISLAMABAD The United States said its decision to suspend military aid to Pakistan will cost Islamabad just under $2 billion, as top officials from both countries engaged in a war of words Friday over differences in how to …

OIC condemns deadly suicide bomb attack on Nigeria mosque

Jeddah, (UNA-OIC) – Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Dr. Yousef A. Al-Othaimeen condemned the killing of at least 14 people and injuring dozens of others on Wednesday following a detonation of a bomb by a Boko …

Obama to Make First Talk Show Appearance Since Leaving Office

Former U.S. President Barack Obama is set to make his first talk show appearance on Jan. 12, on the first episode of a new show featuring longtime late-night host David Letterman.

This will be Obama’s first on-camera talk show interview …

War of Words Rattles Pakistan’s Ties With US

ISLAMABAD Pakistan’s military said Friday the suspension of U.S. assistance will undermine bilateral security cooperation and regional peace efforts but will not deter the Pakistan’s counterterrorism resolve.

Pakistan never fought for money but for peace, army spokesman Major-General Asif Ghafoor …

Putin orders resumption of flights with Cairo

Moscow, (UNA-OIC) – Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree resuming air traffic with Cairo, Russia’s state news agency Sputnik said on Thursday.

Moscow grounded all civilian passenger flights to Egypt in 2015 over security concerns after a Russian …