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President Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus will arrive on Tuesday on a two-day official visit to Pakistan, Foreign Office said. "President Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus is visiting Islamabad on May 26-27 at the invitation of the President of Pakistan. This will be the first-ever visit by a Belarusian President to Pakistan," said Qazi Khalilullah, spokesperson for the Foreign Office.

A Federal Investigation Agency's team probing an alleged fake degree scam on Friday recorded the statements of two sales officers of Axact, the IT company. Sources said that Hasnain-ur-Rehman and Sajjad Haider, sales officers, submitted their written statements.
The Lahore High Court on Friday dismissed a 25-year-old petition against the premier for his alleged involvement in money laundering as it was found un-maintainable.
Paris's iconic Eiffel Tower was shut to tourists on Friday as staff walked off the job to protest a surge in gangs of pickpockets roaming around the monument. The closure of one of the busiest tourist attractions in the French capital ahead of a long holiday weekend recalls a similar strike at the Louvre museum in 2013 as staff protested against the often violent pickpockets stalking the halls of the palace.
Amid a bitter public fight with Israel's government, President Barack Obama on Friday donned a yarmulke and pitched his nuclear deal with Iran and the case for a Palestinian state directly to US Jews. Visiting Washington's conservative Adas Israel synagogue, Obama embarked on a Hebrew-sprinkled charm offensive which stressed that US-Israeli relations encompass more than just official links with the Likud government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday opened a major new airport on the Black Sea, touted as the first in Europe built on a man-made island, the latest major infrastructure project to be unveiled ahead of June 7 elections. Erdogan attended the ceremonial opening of Ordu-Giresun airport alongside Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu in a clear bid to boost the ruling party in the looming legislative polls.
The Dutch cabinet on Friday approved a partial ban on wearing the face-covering Islamic veil, including in schools, hospitals and on public transport. "Face-covering clothing will in future not be accepted in education and healthcare institutions, government buildings and on public transport," the government said in a statement after the cabinet backed Interior Minister Ronald Plasterk's bill.


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Banking Review 2014

Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
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WeeklyMay 21, 2015
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