Asad Ullah Haroon

13 Years of Torture: An ‘Innocent’ Afghan in Guantanamo Bay

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"I have always wanted Al Qaeda out of our country, so we can deliver peace for my daughter, and for the children of everyone else."
Death toll from Quetta mines collapse tragedy rises to 9

Death toll from Quetta mines collapse tragedy rises to 9

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DG PDMA Imran Zarkoon said that all the victims belong to the Maidan Wardag province of Afghanistan.

Peshawar’s first suspected Coronavirus patient admitted to Lady Reading Hospital

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The patient has also been screened at Doha Airport but no confirmed evidence of the coronavirus were found.
Couple of weeks back the last surviving giraffe, out of a total of three brought from Africa to Peshawar few months ago, has also died.

High Court moved against Peshawar Zoo after viral infection kills the last surviving giraffe

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Couple of weeks back the last surviving giraffe, out of a total of three brought from Africa to Peshawar few months ago, has also died.
Pakistan's tradition of painting the roofs helps reducing fossil fuels consumption

Pakistan’s tradition of painting roofs helps reducing fossil fuels consumption

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Many people in remote villages in Pakistan are coating the roofs of their houses with white paint as a measure to keep them cooler.
Mango production is declining in Pakistan ‘due to climate change’

Mango production is declining in Pakistan ‘due to climate change’

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The Association said that due to climate change, the productivity of local orchards is declining as it is delaying the mango crop by two weeks, and mangoes are more susceptible to various diseases than before.

Over exploitation of wildlife spreads new diseases like Covid-19

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The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) report says that the use of wildlife to meet the growing demand for meat for food and the destruction of the natural habitat of animals has led to a dangerous increase in new diseases.
Fish farms in Swat struggle to survive in the face of the coronavirus

Fish farms in Swat struggle to survive in the face of Covid-19

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Muhammad Rashid has been involved in the trout fishing business in the lush Swat Valley of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa since 1988.  But over...

China’s ‘Barbaric’ dog-eating festival continues despite COVID-19 hygiene concerns

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Animal rights activists claim to have saved the lives of thousands of dogs. Local officials also say that since it is a traditional festival, it is not appropriate to fight it.

A street where it will rain all year round

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Dubai is building the world's first raining street where it’ll rain all year round.