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  • Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi meets Afghan counterpart, President Ghani. Kabul is Qureshi’s first stop on his three-day tour to four countries.
  • Nawaz Sharif handed 7 years in Al-Azizia, taken to Adiala Jail. Former PM to travel from Rawalpindi’s Adiala jail to Lahore’s Kot Lakhpat Central Jail in his personal vehicle tomorrow.
  • ‘My conscience is clear,’ says Nawaz ahead of accountability court’s verdict. “I have done nothing that would force me to bow my head; have always served the country with absolute honesty.”
  • Those defending Nawaz Sharif should be ashamed of themselves, says Fawad Chaudhry. “The real face of Nawaz Sharif has been unmasked today,” says Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry.
  • Al-Azizia verdict ‘is another stamp on Nawaz Sharif’s honesty’: Maryam Nawaz. “After two-and-a-half years of revenge-like accountability, not a penny’s worth of corruption was found.”
  • Order signed for US military’s controversial Syria exit. Trump says he has been assured by Turkey that remaining IS fighters in Syria will be eliminated.
  • SHC accepts petition challenging Alvi’s presidency. Petitioner alleges Alvi, during hearings of case in 1977, tampered with court record by changing statements in court.
  • Zardari and Omni groups, Bahria Town barred from trading properties under investigation. SC issues notices to parties involved in fake bank accounts case; PPP rejects JIT report, dubs it “ludicrous”.
  • Batsmen and their runs to decide South Africa series: Arthur. Coach confident bowlers will deliver, urges batters to do the same.
  • Israel sees limits of Trump support with Syria pullout. Is concerned that the US president’s decision could give Iran a freer hand to operate in the neighbouring country.
  • Hunt for survivors as Indonesian tsunami death toll tops 280. Experts warn the devastated region could be slammed by more deadly waves.
  • PPP wins six seats, MQM-P four in LG by-polls in interior of Sindh. PTI finishes with dismal numbers.
  • Turkey masses troops on border with Syria. Heightened military activity comes days after Erdogan said Turkey will postpone a military operation on Kurdish militia.
  • Japanese king marks last birthday on throne. Emperor Akihito says he feels relieved that his reign is coming to an end without having seen his country at war.
  • Pentagon opposes Trump’s troop withdrawal plan. Official warns against US leaving Afghanistan, says Pakistan won’t cooperate in peace process if troops are called back.
  • 2 PSP workers shot dead in attack on party office in Karachi’s Nazimabad. Around one dozen armed men riding six motorcycles opened indiscriminate fire on the PSP office in Rizvia Society.
  • Up to 65% children acutely malnourished in parts of Quetta: Unicef official. WHO principles dictate that an emergency be declared when the number of malnourished children reaches 15 per cent.
  • Trump to replace defence head Mattis with deputy Shanahan on Jan 1. Shanahan spent over three decades at Boeing, before moving to the Pentagon as deputy secretary of defence in 2017.
  • Afghan president replaces top security chiefs in major shake-up. Two former heads of Afghan intelligence agency appointed to critical posts of interior and defence ministers.
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