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Iranian non-resident charge d'affaires, Mohammad Hassan Habibollahzadeh will start his first visit to London on Dec. 12, Iranian IRINN news agency reported.
Karachi, Dec. 12: Year 2013and 2014 are the best time for Pakistan and India to sow the seeds of lasting peace, astrologer Bejan Daruwalla has said.
India and Pakistan face similar challenges and there is need to jointly address them.
Obama Administration is pinning its hopes on India to persuade the Afghan President to sign the deal and end the current political imbroglio on the issue.
Leading corporations discussed their efforts to enforce laws protecting women from workplace sexual harassment with more than 200 academics, social activists, US alumni, university students, and working women on Tuesday at the International Islamic University.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel visited the Combined Air and Space Operations Center in the tiny Persian Gulf nation of Qatar on Tuesday morning, the last leg of a tour that has also taken him to Bahrain, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel met with senior Saudi officials during a visit to Saudi Arabia today, Assistant Pentagon Press Secretary Carl Woog said in a statement.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will return to Jerusalem and Ramallah this week to try to rescue Israeli/Palestinian peace talks.
U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel will travel to Pakistan on Monday for talks with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and other senior officials, as the first Pentagon chief to visit Islamabad in nearly four years, a spokesman said.
Tehran, Dec 9 : Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has said his country is against the presence of foreign forces in the region.
Iran's Defense Minister says his country is now using laser systems to dramatically improve the accuracy of its ballistic missiles.
The employees have been working without salaries for the last two years while some of their colleagues have been sacked.
On the one hand, local hospitals and clinics are seeing an increase in the number of patients suffering from infectious diseases including sore throat, cough, influenza and temperature and, on the other, residents are thronging restaurants and roadside stalls serving winter delicacies such as soup.
US Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel walks into a building to meet with troops at Camp Bastion in Afghanistan on December 8, 2013.