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The News International ECP issues notices to PM, KP CM, ministers

  ISLAMABAD/ PESHAWAR: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has issued show-cause notices to Prime Minister Imran Khan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan and federal and provincial ministers for violating the code of conduct by holding a public rally in Swat, local media reported. The ECP issued notices to the prime minister, KP CM, […]

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The Washington Post:Biden calls Putin a ‘war criminal’

President Biden explicitly called Russian President Vladimir Putin a “war criminal” Wednesday, after weeks of avoiding the term and at a time when his administration is still determining whether that label officially applies. Biden made the dramatic accusation seemingly off the cuff, in response to a reporter’s shouted question at an afternoon event on an

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Deutsche Welle : Sri Lanka seeks IMF bailout amid shortages, rising public anger

Sri Lanka will seek an International Monetary Fund (IMF) bailout, the country’s president said on Wednesday, just 24 hours after a huge crowd stormed his office over runaway prices. President Gotabaya Rajapaksa said his government was in discussions with the IMF, other agencies and countries on deferring loan repayments. He also asked citizens to help

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ETOnline:Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Cancels Appearance as She Continues to Recover From COVID

Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, is struggling with some of the long term effects of COVID-19. The 74-year-old wife of Prince Charles canceled an official appearance at the Cheltenham Festival on Wednesday, and royal reporters note that the royal is “trying to pace herself as she recovers from the bout of COVID-19 she had last

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The Guardian: UK to impose sanctions on 370 more Russians

The UK is to impose sanctions on 370 more Russian individuals, including more than 50 oligarchs and their families with a combined net worth of £100bn, in the latest raft of measures against Vladimir Putin’s regime. © Provided by The Guardian Photograph: Shamil Zhumatov/APMore than 1,000 individuals and entities have now been targeted with sanctions since

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The Hill:Putin signs law allowing seizure of foreign planes for domestic flights

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a law that will allow for foreign planes to be seized and used domestically as tensions grow between Russia and the international community over its invasion of Ukraine, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing TASS state news agency. © Getty Images Putin signs law allowing seizure of foreign planes for domestic

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MPs, stakeholders debate vaccination consent

School owners appearing before the committee on Health  Members of Parliament on the Health Committee have made a case for the need to allow vaccination of children in schools, where parental consent is unavailable. In a discussion with private school proprietors on Tuesday, 15 March 2022, MPs noted that it is inconsiderate to let some

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Delayed release of World Bank funds affects Kabarole projects

MPs on the committee on National Economy on an oversight visit in Kabarole. District chairman, Rwabuhinga (R) looks on The Committee on National Economy Committee which is  monitoring the performance of a US$150 million World Bank loan under the Agricultural Cluster Development Project (ACDP) have discovered that  Kabarole District has not received funding for most

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The Washington Post More than 100,000 Brits sign up to house Ukrainian refugees

LONDON — More than 100,000 Britons have signed up to host Ukrainian refugees in their homes in less than 24 hours, signaling a huge willingness by the British public to go further than the United Kingdom has done so far on providing support for refugees. © Hannah Mckay/Reuters A man walks past a mural in support

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Deutsche Welle – Deutsche Welle New Zealand announces new measures to support Ukraine

New Zealand introduced a new policy on Tuesday that will allow close to 4,000 family members of Ukrainian-born citizens to move to the country and announced another 4 million New Zealand dollars ($2.7 million, €2.4 million) in humanitarian aid. © Provided by DW New Zealand is stepping up its support of Ukraine as Russia’s invasion continues

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