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  • US-backed Syrian force declares victory over militant Islamic State “Baghouz is free and the military victory against Daesh has been achieved,” says an SDF spokesman.
  • Malaysian PM Mahathir Mohamad departs as Pakistan visit comes to an en PM Imran Khan sees off his Malaysian counterpart who receives briefing on JF-17 fighter jets prior to his departure.
  • Pakistan Day celebrations: Civil-military leaders, foreign dignitaries attend military parade in Islamabad Latest weaponry and aircraft displayed; PAF fighter jets and helicopters demonstrate aerial prowess.
  • Facebook beefs up efforts to fight cyber harassment Representative of social media giant says Facebook wants to “do more to help” victims.
  • Peshawar’s bus service’s launch put off indefinitely KP chief minister says he won’t open incomplete BRT project.
  • Islamabad International Airport to remain closed for four hours today Airlines operating to and from Islamabad have informed their passengers about changes in flight schedules.
  • Four PIA aircraft grounded due to bird-hits Grounding of three planes in Karachi, one in Lahore has caused financial losses, disrupted flight schedule.
  • Maulana Abdul Aziz dodges ICT admin, delivers sermon at Lal Masjid Challenges clerics to prove democracy is allowed under Islam.
  • Absence of bureaucrat from meetings irks Senate panel head Rehman Malik, head of Standing Committee on Interior, warns he will issue an arrest warrant if official doesn’t show up.
  • Model Town incident: Lahore High court suspends new JIT LHC judge Justice Qasim Khan tells AGP to adopt due legal course if he had any reservation over decision.
  • Police complaints redress system enforced in Punjab IGP Punjab has appointed DCOs in all districts to hear complaints of citizens for registration of FIRs.
  • Bilawal to lead Karachi-Pindi train march, says Khuhro Tells workers PPP ready to take PTI govt head-on to foil ‘conspiracy’.
  • Two American soldiers killed in Afghanistan Four soldiers have been killed so far this year in the landlocked country.
  • Outrage across Middle East as Trump endorses Israel’s claim on Golan Heights Trump says it’s time for Washington to recognise Israel’s sovereignty over Golan Heights which it has seized from Syria.
  • Rupee retreats against dollar US dollar reaches Rs140.50 in interbank market; open market trades at Rs141.
  • Mahathir suggests tax breaks to attract foreign investors “Wealth is not created by the government but by people and investors,” says Malaysian premier.
  • Development spending far behind revised targets Fund releases drop 34pc to Rs373bn in almost nine months.
  • Fixed tax for small retailers on the cards Move is for documentation purposes only; revenue potential to be nominal.
  • Imran, Modi trade peace messages PM Khan welcomes Modi’s message, stresses need for comprehensive dialogue on all outstanding issues.
  • Trump drops new North Korea sanctions because he ‘likes’ Kim: White House The sanctions were meant to end “illicit shipping practices” by North Korea.
  • Maryam thanks govt as complaints about Nawaz’s ‘deteriorating health’ are addressed “Permission to meet MNS also granted. Thank you again,” tweets Maryam after expressing thanks for tests ordered.
  • Priest stabbed live on TV at Canada’s biggest church Footage shows man chasing the priest around the altar and standing menacingly over the victim before stabbing him.
  • LHC suspends notification for new Model Town JIT, seeks response from Punjab govt With the court’s directives, the probe team constituted in January this year has been stopped from continuing its work.
  • Pakistan’s highest civil honour conferred on Malaysian prime minister Mahathir Mohamad awarded Nishan-e-Pakistan for his “outstanding achievements and inspiring role as an iconic visionary”.
  • Finch’s century helps fire Australia to eight-wicket win over Pakistan Captain Finch scores 116 to help Australia chase down a target of 281 in 49 overs.

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