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  China support Pakistan to fight against terrorism: FM
BEIJING, June 14 (INP) Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Lu Kang in his remarks said that the Chinese side has been highly concerned about the information that the two kidnapped Chinese in Pakistan might have been killed. He said so far, the Pakistani side has yet to finally confirm the aforementioned information to China. We will continue to do our best and coordinate with the Pakistani side to verify as soon as possible the relevant situation. He said China firmly opposes and strongly condemns all forms of terrorism and extreme violent actions targeting civilians, and supports Pakistan in its efforts to fight against terrorist forces and safeguard national security and stability. China will further strengthen counter-terrorism cooperation with the international community to ensure peace and stability of the region and beyond. He further said that China and Pakistan have been in close communication and coordination with each other since the kidnapping incident took place. We acknowledge the positive efforts made by the Pakistani side to try and rescue the kidnapped and commend the pledge made by the Pakistani side to take further effective measures to ensure the security of Chinese nationals and institutions in Pakistan. He said attaching high importance to protecting the safety and lawful rights and interests of Chinese nationals overseas, China stands ready to enhance communication and cooperation with the relevant countries. Meanwhile, we always ask Chinese nationals traveling overseas to observe local laws and regulations, respect local customs and practices, and heighten awareness for potential risks. He said as for reports on Chinese nationals allegedly engaging in illegal preaching activities in Pakistan, we will work with the Pakistani government to carry out investigation in accordance with law.
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PM cuts short Britain visit to return home today
News Image   LONDON, June 25 (INP): The Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Sunday cut short his visit to Britain to return home today.  The PM expressed remorse over the loss of precious lives after an oil tanker caught fire and subsequently exploded in Bahawalpur's Ahmedpur East town on Sunday morning to claim 148 lives. More
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Priorities and nature of ties with India, Pakistan different: White House
News Image   WASHINGTON, June 25 (INP) Asserting that the US' ties with India and Pakistan were not a 'zero-sum game', the White House has said that the Trump administration's priorities and the nature of relationship with India and Pakistan were different.More
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