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America is pulling out of UNESCO!

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M. M. ALAM

PARIS: Accusing UNESCO of anti-Israel bias US has said here today that it was pulling out of the UN cultural agency.

Withdrawal decision announced by State Department was not news for pundits at the helm of affairs as Trump administration had been insinuating apropos withdrawal for months.

Viewers of Newspakistan.tv may recall that back in 2011 US stopped funding UNESCO after it voted to include Palestine as a member.

Nevertheless, a UNESCO office was maintained by the US State Department. Presently, America owes US$550m in back payments.   

 

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15th day of January, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is getting more and more popular

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WASHINGTON: According to latest statistics the birthday of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. is getting more and more popular day by day. 

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Did Trump pay hush money to an adult film star to prevent her from talking during polls?

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WASHINGTON: A section of press has reported that Trump had, by means of a lawyer, paid $130,000 to an adult star to stop her from talking during the election apropos an alleged consensual relationship the duo had back in 2006. 

Negating the allegation, the star said: “I am stating with complete clarity that this is absolutely false. My involvement with Donald Trump was limited to a few public appearances and nothing more…

“Rumors that I have received hush money from Donald Trump completely false. If indeed I did have a relationship with Donald Trump… you would be reading about it in my book”.

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COAS asks Americans to recognize Pakistan’s contributions!

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RAWALPINDI: ISPR took to the twitter to inform that Pak COAS had received a call  from Commander US Central Command and another from a US Senator over the week to discuss Pak-US security cooperation following new year tweet by President Trump. 

Telling the callers that entire Pakistani nation felt betrayed on trivializing their decade old cooperation, COAS reiterated that Pakistan would not ask for restoration of financial assistance but honorable recognition of the country’s contributions.

 

 

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