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Single morgue copes with Karachi's death toll

KARACHI, Oct. 30 (UPI Next) --The Edhi Morgue is the only functioning morgue in Karachi -- a city of more than 18 million and the explosive nerve center of Pakistan.
Tehmina Qureshi

5th suspect arrested in Mumbai gang rape

MUMBAI, Aug. 25 (UPI) -- A fifth suspect has been arrested in the gang rape of a female journalist in Mumba, police said.

Construction projects adding security

LASHKAR GAH, Afghanistan, Dec. 2 (UPI) -- British defense officials say the reconstruction effort in Afghanistan's volatile Helmand province is increasing the level of security in the region.

Iraq Press Roundup

The wave of attacks against the Iraqi Christian population is a matter of concern not only to the public but many politicians as well, the Shiite al-Bayyna newspaper of the Iraqi Hezbollah said Wednesday.
ALAA MAJEED, UPI Correspondent

Iraq Stock Exchange having a banner year

BAGHDAD, Oct. 6 (UPI) -- Iraq's small stock exchange is enjoying a prosperous year, even while markets founder in Australia, Europe, the United States and Asia.

Confusion over Sunni role in Iraq

WASHINGTON, Sept. 30 (UPI) -- Media reports touting the role of the Awakening councils in the fight against al-Qaida point to confusion over sectarian distinctions in Iraq, a study shows.

Anbar transfer exposes sectarian rift

RAMADI, Iraq, Sept. 4 (UPI) -- The security transfer in Iraq's Anbar province from U.S. to Iraqi forces has exposed a growing rift between Sunni tribal leaders and the central government.

Peshmerga issue warning to Iraqi forces

ERBIL, Iraq, Aug. 25 (UPI) -- A senior leader of the Kurdish Peshmerga forces Monday warned of counterattacks if the Iraqi military entered Kurdish areas in northern Iraq.

Former Iraqi culture minister sentenced

BAGHDAD, Aug. 23 (UPI) -- Former Iraqi Culture Minister Asaad Kamal al-Hashimi is to be executed for his role in the slaying of two sons of another Iraqi politico, a court source said.

New Iraqi Cabinet in the works

BAGHDAD, May 23 (UPI) -- A top Iraqi official said Friday the government was waiting for a list of candidates from the main Sunni party before submitting a new Cabinet to Parliament.

Kirkuk lawmaker wary of city's status

BAGHDAD, May 13 (UPI) -- A Kurdish lawmaker Tuesday said Baghdad is so divided over a constitutional provision concerning the legal status of Kirkuk that it won't address the issue.

Sons of Iraq open Fallujah office

FALLUJAH, Iraq, April 2 (UPI) -- The Iraqi security force known as Sons of Iraq opened its first office in Fallujah Wednesday in a ceremony attended by Iraqi government officials.

Fallujah opens Awakening headquarters

FALLUJAH, Iraq, March 10 (UPI) -- Councilmen in Fallujah voiced their approval for the establishment of five offices for the Awakening movement in the predominately Sunni city.

Iraqi amnesty provision makes progress

BAGHDAD, Feb. 19 (UPI) -- A spokesman for the Iraqi judicial council said the general amnesty law enacted by Parliament will go into force once a presidential council ratifies it.

Bin Laden urges Iraqis to oppose U.S.

BAGHDAD, Dec. 30 (UPI) -- In a new audiotape said to have been made by Osama bin Laden, the al-Qaida leader accuses the United States of trying to build a regional base in Iraq.
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Abdul Sattar
PAK2001112404 - 24 NOVEMBER 2001 - ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN: British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw (L) talks at a press conference with Pakistani Foreign Minister Abdul Sattar in Islamabad November 23, 2001. Pakistan won qualified support from Britain for its call for a louder voice for Afghanistan's ethnic Pashtuns, who form the core of the Taliban movement, in a future government for the war-torn country. mk/UPI
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Abdul Sattar was the Foreign Minister of Pakistan from 1999 to 2002. He also served as the foreign minister for three months in Moin Qureshi's caretaker Cabinet in 1993. He was a career diplomat who served as the ambassador to Austria (1975-78), India (1978-82 and 1990-92) and to the Soviet Union (1988-90). Among the important posts he held in the foreign office were director, director general and additional secretary for Asia between 1982 and 1986, and as foreign secretary from 1986 to 1988. He resigned from foreign ministry for health reasons in June 2002.

Mr Abdul Sattar, is currently closely associated with Pakistan Observer News.

Balochistan Post

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