2019 June 03 - Pakistan News Digest

  • International Medical Innovation and Cooperation Forum held in Fangchenggang City

    FANGCHENGGANG, China, June 3, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — As reported by CRI Online: Recently, the International Medical Innovation and Cooperation Forum (China-Shanghai Cooperation Organization), co-sponsored by the Shanghai Cooperation Organization Good-Neighborly Friendship and Cooperation Committee and the People’s Government...

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  • International Medical Innovation and Cooperation Forum held in Fangchenggang City

    FANGCHENGGANG, China, June 3, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — As reported by CRI Online: Recently, the International Medical Innovation and Cooperation Forum (China-Shanghai Cooperation Organization), co-sponsored by the Shanghai Cooperation Organization Good-Neighborly Friendship and Cooperation Committee and the People’s Government...

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  • World Bicycle Day being observed today

    World Bicycle Day is being observed on Monday (June 3).The purpose to observe the day is to promote the versatility of the bicycles and initiating a healthy lifestyle among the citizens of the world. Source: Radio Pakistan

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  • ICC World Cup 2019: Bangladesh beat South Africa by 21 runs

    In the fifth match of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, Bangladesh beat South Africa by 21 runs at London on Sunday.Chasing a victory target of 331 runs set by Bangladesh, South Africa could only score 309 for...

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  • International partners pledge $1.2 billion to help cyclone-hit Mozambique recover

    Beira, Mozambique Donors have pledged an initial $1.2 billion to help restore livelihoods and rebuild infrastructure destroyed by cyclones Kenneth and Idai in Mozambique, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) announced on Sunday.According to ...

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  • International partners pledge $1.2 billion to help cyclone-hit Mozambique recover

    Beira, Mozambique Donors have pledged an initial $1.2 billion to help restore livelihoods and rebuild infrastructure destroyed by cyclones Kenneth and Idai in Mozambique, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) announced on Sunday.According to ...

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