Home / General / Israeli occupation forces embarked Sunday on closing many roads to Palestinian traffic in Salfit district in the central West Bank, shortly after a shooting incident outside illegal Birkan settlement in which two Israeli settlers were killed and a third one critically injured. The forces sealed the entrance roads to the villages of Bidia, Qarawat Bani Hassan, Sarta and Mesaha, banning the entry and exit of local Palestinians to and out of the areas sealed. Jewish settlers also reportedly closed many roads in the area in retaliation for the deadly shooting. Source: International Islamic News Agency

Israeli occupation forces embarked Sunday on closing many roads to Palestinian traffic in Salfit district in the central West Bank, shortly after a shooting incident outside illegal Birkan settlement in which two Israeli settlers were killed and a third one critically injured. The forces sealed the entrance roads to the villages of Bidia, Qarawat Bani Hassan, Sarta and Mesaha, banning the entry and exit of local Palestinians to and out of the areas sealed. Jewish settlers also reportedly closed many roads in the area in retaliation for the deadly shooting. Source: International Islamic News Agency

Pakistani Prime Minister, Imran Khan, said Saturday that, the country’s south-west Balochistan province, will be given more than its due share, in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).

In his maiden visit to the province, the prime minister said that, the port city of Gwadar will provide a huge opportunity and immense benefits to the province, under CPEC.

Chairing a provincial cabinet meeting, in the provincial capital of Quetta, on Saturday, Khan said that, he will remain in constant contact with the province’s chief minister, and other leadership, to ensure its share in the country’s progress and prosperity.

The premier said that, if Balochistan is prospered, it will bring prosperity to the whole country, and for that, the government will cooperate with the province, to help it overcome its financial crisis.

He said, the government has mapped out a comprehensive strategy, for an early progress of Balochistan.

Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK

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