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Coronavirus
HIGH Source: covid.gov.pk
Pakistan Deaths
27,638
4124hr
Pakistan Cases
1,241,825
1,40024hr
3.17% positivity
Sindh
456,343
Punjab
429,655
Balochistan
32,875
Islamabad
105,217
KPK
173,353

Pakistan Foreign office

Pakistan to allow US air, ground access for its Afghanistan presence: Pentagon
World

Pakistan to allow US air, ground access for its Afghanistan presence: Pentagon

  • David F Helvey, Assistant Secretary of Defence for Indo-Pacific Affairs told the Senate Armed Services Committee on Saturday that the US government will continue to engage Pakistan due to the country’s significant role in the Afghan peace process.
  • In March, The New York Times reported that American intelligence agencies have warned Biden that the Taliban may overrun most of Afghanistan within a couple of years and would potentially allow Al-Qaeda again.
Updated 24 May, 2021 11:35am
After the initial snub, US formally invites Pakistan to President Biden’s first summit on climate
World

After the initial snub, US formally invites Pakistan to President Biden’s first summit on climate

  • SAPM on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam will represent Pakistan at the summit.
  • Pakistan was not among the 40 countries initially invited to the summit when it was announced by US President Joe Biden last month.
  • The summit “will be a key milestone on the road to the United Nations Climate Change Conference [COP26] this November in Glasgow [in the U.K.],” said the White House.
Published 19 Apr, 2021 05:02pm