Pakistan president, PM reaffirm all-out support to Kashmiris Dec 11, 2019 0 113 12345 tribune.com.pk Islamabad To mark the World Human Rights Day, Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday urged the international community to end the gross human rights violation by Indian armed forces in occupied Kashmir.The premier took to social media to condemn the Modi-led government’s siege of Indian Occupied Kashmir that has been ongoing for over four months. “On Human Rights day we must appeal to the world’s conscience, to upholders of international law and to the UNSC to act against the illegal annexation of IOJK by the Indian occupation govt.” The premier demanded for putting an end to the abuse faced by Kashmiri men, women and children and reiterated his support for the “brave Kashmiri’s struggling for their right of self-determination”.In his messages on the Human Rights Day, President Dr Arif Alvi reaffirmed Pakistan’s abiding political, diplomatic and moral support to the Kashmiri people in their just struggle for the right to self-determination.The president expressed serious concerns over the military lockdown, curfew and suppression of basic human rights of more than 80 million Kashmiris in occupied Kashmir. He also urged the international community to come forward and play its role in the protection of human rights of the people of Kashmir and their right to self-determination in accordance with the UNSC resolutions. POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES Ex-US secretary of state Kerry endorses Biden for president Dec 11, 2019 0 257 India restores incoming SMS in Kashmir, mobile internet still cut Dec 11, 2019 0 112 World’s youngest PM takes office in Finland Dec 11, 2019 0 30 MELTING ICE SHEET IN GREENLAND RAISES SEA LEVEL BY 11 MILLIMETRES London (dpa) - The melting of Greenland''s ice sheet has raised sea levels by 10.6 millimetres since 1992, according to a study based on 26 separate surveys published in the journal Nature on Tuesday. Some 3,800 .. UK’s PM under fire as survey finds patients die waiting for treatment DPA London Pressure mounted on Conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson over Britain’s national health service (NHS) on Tuesday, as a survey found thousands of patients die each year awaiting emergency hospital .. Democrats publish articles of impeachment against Trump AFP Washington Democrats unveiled two articles of impeachment on Tuesday against US President Donald Trump after weeks of arguing there is overwhelming evidence that the US leader abused his office and deserves to be .. Duterte to lift martial law in southern Philippines AFP Manila President Rodrigo Duterte will lift martial law in the southern Philippines by year’s end, his spokesman said on Tuesday, more than two years after it was imposed in an attempt to stop the Islamic State group .. Attacker, six victims dead after rampage in Czech hospital Prague: Six people are dead after shots were fired in a hospital in the Czech city of Ostrava, Prime Minister Andrej Babis told public broadcaster CT on Tuesday. The 42-year-old man who fired the shots fled in a car. When he .. Spain’s King Felipe starts talks on forming a new govt Madrid: Just over a month after the latest inconclusive parliamentary election in Spain, King Felipe VI began two days of consultations on Tuesday on the formation of a new government. The monarch will hold talks with the .. Russia’s FM opens US talks amid impeachment Washington: Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Tuesday opened a visit to Washington in which he will meet Donald Trump, the very day when Democrats unveiled impeachment charges against the president. Lavrov .. Trump calls impeachment accusation ‘ridiculous’ Washington: President Donald Trump responded to the announcement of impeachment charges on Tuesday by calling the accusations “ridiculous.” Trump -- who will be only the third US president to be impeached if the full ..