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'Prevent hepatitis; Act now,' declares UN on World Day targeting hepatitis B and C -
UNITED NATIONS, July 28 (APP):  Marking World Hepatitis Day 2015,  the  U.N. World Health Organization (WHO) and its partners have urged policy-makers, health workers and the public to act now to prevent infection and death from the infectious disease.



UN relief official warns of Yemen conflict's 'catastrophic' consequences; urges humanitarian access -
UNITED NATIONS, July 28 (APP):  Witnessing first-hand the 'shocking' devastation in Yemen's main port city of Aden, the top U.N. relief official in the country has declared that the humanitarian consequences of the conflict are 'catastrophic,' making an urgent plea for safe, unhindered access for aid workers and a major scale-up of funding.


UN relief official warns of Yemen conflict's 'catastrophic' consequences; urges humanitarian access -
UNITED NATIONS, July 28 (APP):  Witnessing first-hand the 'shocking' devastation in Yemen's main port city of Aden, the top U.N. relief official in the country has declared that the humanitarian consequences of the conflict are 'catastrophic,' making an urgent plea for safe, unhindered access for aid workers and a major scale-up of funding.


Pakistan making significant efforts to eliminate human trafficking: Report -
WASHINGTON, July 27 (APP) - Pakistan's government is making significant efforts to eliminate trafficking in persons, noted a latest report released by the U.S. Department on Monday, but pointed out areas where more efforts needed to be made against the problem.


US paper calls for repealing law empowering India's military to commit abuses in Kashmir, other 'dis -
NEW YORK, July 26 (APP): A leading US newspaper has called for the repeal of India's notorious Armed Forces Special Powers Act, or Afspa,  which authorizes Indian armed forces to commit "repeated, documented"  human rights abuses against civilians in designated "disturbed areas", including the occupied state of Kashmir.


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Pakistani footballers likely to qualify for top round of Chicago's Kids Cup tournament
CHICAGO, July 24 (APP): Pakistan's Street Children  Football team scored its second victory in the KICS Cup being played  in the US state of Chicago, is likely to qualify for the final of the tournament. 
 
PCB wants T20 series against Zimbabwe
ISLAMABAD, July 24 (APP): The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has  asked its Zimbabwe counterpart to play a Twenty20 series against the green-shirts rather than One Day Internationals (ODIs) in August.
 
PCB wants T20 series against Zimbabwe
ISLAMABAD, July 24 (APP): The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has  asked its Zimbabwe counterpart to play a Twenty20 series against the green-shirts rather than One Day Internationals (ODIs) in August.
 
ECB confirm series against Pakistan
ISLAMABAD July 23 (APP): The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) on Thursday confirmed details of the autumn series with Pakistan, to  be played in the United Arab Emirates.
 
Pakistan in final of Davis Cup
ISLAMABAD, Jul 16 (APP): Pakistan has made it to the final of Davis Cup after thumping Indonesia in the semi-final by 3-1.
 
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Kuwait donates US $ 5 million to victims of floods PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, Aug 6 (APP): Kuwait has donated five million US dollars to victims of the floods in Pakistan. This was stated here by Barjas Al-Barjas, the Chairman, Kuwait Red Crescent Society (KRCS). In accordance with the directions of the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmed Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, to alleviate the suffering of disaster victims in Pakistan as a result of the severe floods the country has experienced, Kuwait has decided to donate an amount of $ 5 million to exercise its belief as a nation and people in alleviating the suffering of nations from natural disasters, the statement said.

Earlier, the Secretary General of the Kuwait Joint Relief Committee said that a delegation from the Committee will soon travel to Pakistan for the distribution of relief assistance and basic needs for victims and displaced persons as a result of floods that swept northwestern Pakistan. 
He said that the Committee had already sent nearly $ 330,000 as an initial assistance to deliver it to the affected population.
The Amir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmed Al Jaber  Al-Sabah, the Crown Prince, and the  Prime Minister in their separate messages have also sent condolences to the Government of Pakistan.

 
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