Media Watch

'19Jan
13

Sudan's agony is our business

One man’s agony is just as important today as Jamal Khashoggi’s was in October last year. The world in 2019 is already proving to be just as barbarous in some dark corners of the globe. The ongoing persecution of...
'19Jan
13

Israel ends military operation at Lebanese border

Israeli troops have discovered the sixth and final tunnel dug by Hezbollah militants for cross-border attacks, officials said.The final tunnel was the largest one discovered so far, running hundreds of metres from...
'19Jan
13

Israel Says All Suspected Hizbullah Tunnels Found

Israel said Sunday it had uncovered all cross-border attack tunnels allegedly dug by Hizbullah from Lebanon and will bring its operation to find and destroy them to an end after more than a month.The operation...
'19Jan
13

Plain clothes officials at Beitbridge expose border post to criminals

ADRIAN Ndhlovu (not his real name) is stranded after his car, a 2018 Toyota D4D twin cab on hire purchased in South Africa, has been placed under seizure by the Customs and Excise Department.By Rex Mphisa in...
'19Jan
13

Sikh for Justice (SFJ) accuses India for attack on Chinese Consulate in Karachi

F.P. Report ISLAMABAD: The US-based human rights advocacy group and pro-Khalistan organisation Sikh for Justice (SFJ) has accused the Modi-led Indian government and Indian intelligence agency Research and Analysis...
'19Jan
13

Calls for Huawei boycott get mixed response in Europe

By AFPEurope is giving US-led calls for a boycott of Huawei 5G telecoms equipment a mixed reception, with some governments untroubled by spy suspicions against the Chinese giant, but others backing a ban.In the...
'19Jan
13

Israel finds last tunnel, ending mission on Lebanese border

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday confirmed that Israel has struck hundreds of Iranian and Hezbollah targets in Syria, including a weapons facility in a weekend airstrike, as the military announced the...
'19Jan
13

Calls for Huawei boycott get mixed response in Europe

In the latest setback for Huawei, Poland said Friday it had arrested a Chinese telecoms executive suspected of spying for China, with local media identifying him as a Huawei director. On Saturday, Huawei said it...
'19Jan
13

Calls for Huawei boycott get mixed response in Europe

In the latest setback for Huawei, Poland said Friday it had arrested a Chinese telecoms executive suspected of spying for China, with local media identifying him as a Huawei director. On Saturday, Huawei said it...
'19Jan
13

Organized crime, band of criminals and international politics in Asia

Dr. Gary K. BuschWhile no hard estimate of the actual quantities of counterfeit currency that is pumped into the Indian economy by Pakistan is available, intelligence assessments suggest that approximately INR 120...

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