U.S-pakistan relationship

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The nature of this relationship is not easy to be analyzed.it has passed through a number of different stages.the era of cold war was full of different surprizes for pakistan.History has proven tuhat big powers dont feel reluctant to use developing powers for their own purposes.so usa-pakistan relationship is no exception.At the end of world war 2, the u.s.a emerged as a major power.This further caused a number of issues for the rest of the world.A power tussle was started between two major blocks.The U.S.a found pakistan an important ally because of her geographical location that further helped u.s.a to increase its sphere of influence in Asia.This relation further strengthened after signing SEATO and CENTO.furthermore the u.s.a had no issue in seeking permission from pakistan to use her military bases for spy purpose,Such a U 2 incident.Moreover,Aghan war further played role in strangthening the relationship beween both countries.Though Afghan war…

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Literacy center dedicated to Pakistan Rotarian

Rotary Voices

Children at their school in Jhang, Pakistan, before the project provided new chairs, blackboard, and books.

By Michelle Tanner, past president Rotary Club of Matamata, New Zealand

A random Facebook message with an invitation to present at a Rotary polio conference in Lahore in 2014 was the start of an amazing journey that took me from rural New Zealand to Pakistan and culminated in a project to improve the education of children of garbage pickers in Jhang, Pakistan.

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Iran Promises Palestinians: ‘Palestine will be returned to owners of the land’

Peace and Freedom

Khamenei praises citizens for participating in anti-Israel rallies; Rouhani says he believes ‘Palestine will be returned to owners of the land’

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Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei speaks in a meeting, in Tehran, Iran, January 2, 2018. (Office of the Iranian Supreme Leader via AP)
Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei speaks in a meeting, in Tehran, Iran, January 2, 2018. (Office of the Iranian Supreme Leader via AP)

In an address to the nation on Friday, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei praised Iranian citizens for showing up at massive anti-Israel rallies last week in support of the Palestinian people to mark Al-Quds, or Jerusalem Day.

“This year and despite hot weather, people participated in Quds Day rallies more remarkable than previous years,” said Khamenei in a speech on Eid al-Fitr, the festival marking the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.

President Hassan Rouhani also sent a message to the nation, saying “I believe the land of Palestine will be returned to owners of the land…

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