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  1. In the June 23, 2016 referendum, 17.4 million votes, or 51.9 percent of votes cast, backed leaving the EU while 16.1 million votes, or 48.1 percent of votes cast, backed staying LONDON: Russian Twitter accounts posted almost 45,000 messages about Brexit in the 48 hours around last year?s referendum in an attempt to sow discord during the vote on whether to leave the European Union, the Times newspaper reported on Wednesday. The Times cited research from an upcoming paper by data scientists at Swansea University and the University of California, Berkeley, which it said showed accounts based in Russia had tweeted about Brexit in the days leading up to the June 23 vote. The Times said most of the tweets seen by the newspaper encouraged people to vote for Brexit, although a number advocated remaining in the EU. It quoted Tho Pham, one of the paper?s authors, as saying ?the main conclusion is that bots were used on purpose and had influence?. The research tracked 156,252 Russian accounts that mentioned #Brexit, including one, Svetal1972 which posted 92 tweets between June 20 and 24, including one calling for Britain to ?make June the 23rd our Independence Day?. It said many of the messages appear to have come from automated accounts known as bots or from cyborg accounts which are heavily automated but have some human involvement. In the June 23, 2016 referendum, 17.4 million votes, or 51.9 percent of votes cast, backed leaving the EU while 16.1 million votes, or 48.1 percent of votes cast, backed staying. Russia has repeatedly denied meddling in Brexit. Russian officials say the West is whipping up anti-Russian hysteria around Moscow?s alleged involvement in both the US presidential election and Brexit. In Britain, a parliamentary committee has written to Facebook?s Mark Zuckerberg asking for information on any paid-for activity by Russian-linked Facebook accounts around the EU referendum and the 2017 national election. British Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday accused Russia of meddling in elections and said the government would maintain its commitment to protecting Europe after Brexit. ?We will take the necessary actions to counter Russian activity,? she said.
  2. RAWALPINDI: The Inter-Services Public Relations on Wednesday announced the promotions of four major generals to lieutenant generals. Major General Majid Ehsan, Major General Aamir Abbasi, Major General Abdullah Dogar, and Major General Hamood uz Zaman have been promoted to the rank of lieutenant general, the military's media wing said. Photo: ISPR Lieutenant General Abdullah Dogar has also been appointed as the Corps Commander Multan, while Maj-Gen Ehsan has taken charge as the president of the National Defence University (NDU) Several key postings, transfers, and promotions in the Pakistan Army were announced earlier in April. Lieutenant General Omar Mahmood Hayat was posted as the chairman of the National Disaster Management Authority. He was formerly serving as the Chairman of Pakistan Ordnance Factories (POF). Key appointments, transfers announced in Pakistan Army The ISPR confirmed the postings Lieutenant General Umar Farooq Durrani, who was previously serving as Commander 1 Corps, Magla, took command as the Chairman of Pakistan Ordnance Factories. Lieutenant general Azhar Saleh Abbasi was promoted from the rank of Major General and posted as Commander 1 Corps Mangla. He was earlier serving as Vice Chief of General Staff at the GS Branch, General Head Quarters.
  3. RAWALPINDI: The government on Friday appointed Air Marshal Farooq Habib as Vice Chief of the Air Staff, said a press release from the Pakistan Air Force (PAF). Air Marshal Habib was commissioned in the GD (P) branch of PAF in 1982. During his career, he has commanded a fighter squadron, an operational air Base and served as Commandant Air War College, Faisal. He has also commanded PAF?s Super Mushshak contingent in Saudi Arabia. His staff appointments include Deputy Director Operations Branch and Assistant Chief of Air Staff (Safety), Deputy Chief of the Air Staff (Training) and Deputy Chief of the Air Staff (Personnel) at Air Headquarters, added the PAF. He is also a qualified flying instructor and a graduate of Combat Commanders? School, Air War College, and National Defence University. He holds master?s degrees in strategic studies and defence & strategic studies. He is a recipient of Sitara-i-Imtiaz (Military) and Hilal-i-Imtiaz (Military).
  4. Some of the ads bought by Russians on Facebook last year promoted events during the US presidential campaign, Facebook Inc said on Tuesday, indicating that alleged meddling ahead of the 2016 election went beyond social media. Facebook said in a statement that its takedown of what the company last week called Russian-affiliated pages included shutting down ?several promoted events.? Facebook declined to provide details of the promoted events. Facebook, the world?s largest social network, said last week that an operation likely based in Russia had placed thousands of US ads with polarizing views on topics such as immigration, race and gay rights on the site during a two-year period through May 2017. US Senator Mark Warner on Tuesday said he was ?disappointed? in Facebook for failing to present the latest information during a briefing last week with staff of the Senate Intelligence Committee, which is investigating allegations of election interference. ?We?re seeing more evidence of additional ads and how they are used to manipulate individuals,? Warner, the committee?s vice chairman, told reporters. Facebook said it will continue working with US authorities as necessary. Russian President Vladimir Putin has denied that his government interfered with the US election, in which Republican Donald Trump defeated Democrat Hillary Clinton. The Daily Beast, the news website that first reported on the promoted events posted on Facebook, said one advertisement promoted an anti-immigrant rally in Idaho in August 2016. The rally was hosted by a Facebook group called ?Secured Borders,? which was a Russian front and is now suspended, according to the Daily Beast. Some 48 people on Facebook expressed an interest in the Idaho event and four said they went, according to a copy of the event page archived by Google?s search engine. The Campaign Legal Center, a Washington nonprofit that advocates for more transparency in elections, on Tuesday sent a letter to Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg asking that the company publicly release the content of the alleged Russia-linked political ads. ?Releasing those advertisements could allow the country to better understand the nature and extent of foreign interference with our democracy,? the center?s president, Trevor Potter, wrote. Facebook said in response to the letter: ?Federal law and ongoing investigations limit what we can share publicly.? The company has turned over information about the ads to Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigating alleged Russian interference, a source has said.
  5. ISLAMABAD: Two air commodores of the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) were promoted to the rank of air vice marshal on Tuesday by the government, said a statement released by the PAF. Hamid Rashid Randhawa and Nasser ul Haq Wyne were promoted as air vice marshals Air Vice Marshal Hamid Rashid Randhawa was commissioned as a pilot in the PAF in June 1988. A qualified flying instructor, he has commanded a squadron, a wing and an air base. In his staff appointments, he has served as assistant chief of the air staff (safety) and personal staff officer to the chief of the air staff at Air Headquarters. He is a graduate of the Combat Commanders? School and the National Defence University. He holds a Master?s degree in War Studies. He is a recipient of Sitara-i-Imtiaz (Military) and Tamgha-i-Imtiaz (Military). Air Vice Marshal Nasser ul Haq Wyne was also commissioned as a pilot in the PAF in June 1988. He is a qualified flying instructor and has commanded the Flying Instructors? School, a squadron, a wing, and an air base. As part of his staff assignments, he has served as the secretary to the chief of the air staff at Air Headquarters. He has also served as air attaché to China. He is a graduate of Combat Commanders? School, Air War College and National Defence University. He holds a Master?s degree in Strategic Studies and War Studies and Defence Management. He is a recipient of Sitara-i-Imtiaz (Military) and Tamgha-i-Imtiaz (Military).
  6. ISLAMABAD: Three commodores of Pakistan Navy, namely Imran Ahmad, Muhammad Shuaib and Zaka Ur Rehman have been promoted to the rank of rear admiral with immediate effect, according to a press release issued Thursday. Rear Admiral Imran Ahmad Rear Admiral Imran Ahmad was commissioned in Marines Engineering branch of Pakistan Navy in 1985. He is a graduate of National Defence University, Islamabad. His distinguished appointments include Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Maintenance) Naval Headquarters and Managing Director Pakistan Navy Dockyard. Presently, he is serving as Commandant Pakistan Navy Engineering College, PNS JAUHAR, Karachi. The officer has also led Acquisition Mission of Oliver Hazard Perry (OHP) class ship in USA. In recognition of his meritorious services, he was awarded Sitara-e-Imtiaz (Military). Rear Admiral Muhammad Shuaib Rear Admiral Muhammad Shuaib was commissioned in the Operations branch of Pakistan Navy in 1988. He is a graduate of National Defence University, Islamabad and Naval War College USA. He has commanded Combined Task Force 151, 9th Auxiliary & Mine Warfare Squadron, 10th Patrol Craft Squadron and Pakistan Navy Ship NASR. His other distinguished appointments include Directing Staff Armed Forces War College, National Defence University, Islamabad, Director Naval Training at NHQ and Commanding Officer PNS AKRAM. He is presently performing the duties of Assistant Chief of the Naval Staff (Special Operations Forces & Marines) at NHQ. In recognition of his meritorious services, he was awarded Sitara-e-Imtiaz (Military). Rear Admiral Zaka Ur Rehman Rear Admiral Zaka Ur Rehman was commissioned in the Operations branch of Pakistan Navy in 1988. He is a graduate of National Defence University, Islamabad and has done Arms of Submarine Course (ASM) from France. He has commanded 25th Destroyer Squadron, Pakistan Navy Ship BADR and Pakistan Navy Ship QUWWAT, a missile boat. His other distinguished appointments include Director Naval Intelligence (Ops), Director Electronic Warfare and Assistant Naval Secretary (Ops) at Naval Headquarters. The officer has also served as Naval Attache of Pakistan to Ankara, Turkey. In recognition of his meritorious services, he was awarded Sitara-e-Imtiaz (Military). This article was originally published in The News.
  7. ISLAMABAD: The Government of Pakistan on Monday announced promotions in the Pakistan Air Force advancing two Air Vice Marshals to the rank of Air Marshal and four Air Commodores to the rank of Air VIce Marshal. Air Vice Marshal Shahid Akhtar Alvi and Air Vice Marshal Ahmer Shehzad were promoted to the rank of Air Marshal and Air Commodore Abrar Ahmed, Air Commodore Irfan Zaka, Air Commodore Irfan Ahmad and Air Commodore Asad Ikram to the rank of Air Vice Marshal. Air Marshal Shahid Akhtar Alvi was commissioned in GD (P) Branch of Pakistan Air Force in November, 1984. During his illustrious career, he has commanded a Fighter Squadron, an Operational Air Base and a Regional Air Command. In his staff appointments he has served as Deputy Inspector General IG Branch, Senior Air Staff Officer Air Defence Command, Assistant Chief of Air Staff (Security) and Director General Air Intelligence. He has also served as Air Attaché to India. Presently, he is performing his duties as Deputy Chief of Air Staff (Training) at Air Headquarters. He is a graduate of Combat Commanders? School, Air War College and National Defence University, Islamabad. He holds Master?s degrees in Strategic Studies and Defence & Strategic Studies. For rendering meritorious services to Pakistan Air Force, he has been awarded Sitara-i-Imtiaz (Military). Air Marshal Ahmer Shehzad was commissioned in GD (P) Branch of Pakistan Air Force in November 1984. During his illustrious career, he has commanded Combat Commanders? School (F-7) Squadron and an Operational Air Base. In his staff appointments, he has served as Director Ops Project, Chief Project Director Falcon and Director General (Logistics) at Joint Staff Headquarters Chaklala. Presently he is serving as Director General (Projects) at Air Headquarters Islamabad. He has also served as Air Attaché to USA. He is a graduate of Combat Commanders? School, National Defence University and Command & Staff College UK. He holds a Master?s degree in War Studies and a Master?s degree in Defence Studies from UK. He is a recipient of Sitara-i-Imtiaz (Military) and Legion of Merit (USA). Air Vice Marshal Abrar Ahmed was commissioned in GD (P) Branch of Pakistan Air Force in January, 1988. He is a qualified Flying Instructor. During his illustrious career, he has commanded a Fighter Squadron, a Flying Wing and an Operational Air Base. In his staff appointments, he has served as Director Flight Safety and Assistant Chief of the Air Staff (Personnel- Officers) at Air Headquarters. He is a graduate of Combat Commanders? School, Air War College, National Defence University and Air Command & Staff College (USA). He holds Master?s degrees in Strategic Studies and National Security Strategy (USA). He is a recipient of Sitara-i-Imtiaz (Military). Air Vice Marshal Irfan Zaka was commissioned in GD (P) Branch of Pakistan Air Force in January, 1988. He is a qualified Flying Instructor. During his illustrious career, he has commanded a Fighter Squadron, a Flying Training Wing and an Operational Air Base. In his staff appointments, he has served as Director GD Group and Director Infra at Air Headquarters. He has also served as Air Attaché to India. He is a graduate of Combat Commanders? School, Air War College (Turkey) and National Defence University. He holds Master?s degree in War Studies and Defence Management. He is a recipient of Sitara-i-Imtiaz (Military). Air Vice Marshal Irfan Ahmad was commissioned in GD (P) Branch of Pakistan Air Force in June, 1988. During his illustrious career, he has commanded a Fighter Squadron, a Flying Wing and an Operational Air Base. In his staff appointments, he has served as Director Operations, Senior Air Staff Officer (Southern Air Command) and Assistant Chief of the Air Staff (OR&D) at Air Headquarters. He is a graduate of Combat Commanders? School, and National Defence University. He holds Master?s degree in Security Studies from USA and M Phil in Public Policy & Strategic Security Management. He is a recipient of Sitara-i-Imtiaz (Military). Air Vice Marshal Asad Ikram was commissioned in Engineering Branch of Pakistan Air Force in June 1988. During his illustrious career, he has served as Chief Engineer JF-17 Co-Project and Deputy Managing Director Avionics Production Factory at Pakistan Aeronautical Complex, Kamra. He has also served as Commandant College of Aeronautical Engineering at PAF Academy Asghar Khan. He holds Bachelor?s degree in Aerospace Engineering and a Master?s degree in Electrical & Computer Engineering from USA. He is a recipient of Sitara-i-Imtiaz (Military).
  8. Huddersfield Town won promotion to the Premier League in dramatic fashion as Christopher Schindler's penalty sealed a 4-3 shoot-out victory over Reading in the Championship play-off final on Monday. David Wagner's side will play in the English top-flight for the first time in 45 years after holding their nerve in the nerve-shredding penalty shoot-out that followed a tense 0-0 draw at Wembley. Huddersfield's promotion is worth at least £170 million ($218 million, 195 million euros) across the next three seasons and that figure could rise to in excess of £290 million if the club avoid relegation next season.avoid relegation next season. But the huge boost to their bank balance pales in comparison to the lifetime of memories Huddersfield's players and supporters will take from their promotion triumph and next season's unexpected place among the Premier League aristocracy. Huddersfield have never played in the Premier League and haven't been a force in English football since the 1920s, when they won the title three times under legendary boss Herbert Chapman.have never played in the Premier League and haven't been a force in English football since the 1920s, when they won the title three times under legendary boss Herbert Chapman. Their current manager is a close friend of Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp after working under his fellow German as Borussia Dortmund's reserve team coach and now Wagner will get to face his former employer on equal terms. A former mill town tucked away in the foothills of the Pennines in Yorkshire, Huddersfield is back on the football map and can look forward to playing host to the star-studded line-ups of Chelsea, Manchester United and company. The last three Championship play-off winners were all relegated the following season but Huddersfield, whose £12 million payroll ranks as one of the lowest in the second tier, won't care about that as they spend the summer celebrating one of the greatest days in the club's history. Reading finished third in the table, two places and four points above Huddersfield, but it was Wagner's side who made all the running in the early stages. Picked out by Aaron Mooy's free-kick, Michael Hefele had a golden opportunity to put Huddersfield in front, but the defender headed wastefully wide from close-range. If that was a moment to regret for Huddersfield, there was even worse to come as Izzy Brown produced one of the misses of the season. Elias Kachunga carved open the Reading defence down the right flank, yet when he crossed to Brown at the far post, the on-loan Chelsea youngster somehow contrived to poke wide of the empty net from little more than a yard out. It was an astonishing blunder, but Huddersfield's failure to turn their dominance into a tangible reward wasn't so surprising as 22 of their 25 regular-season wins this season were by a single-goal margin. Tension Having escaped punishment for their anxious start, Reading threatened for the first time when Lewis Grabban curled narrowly wide from long-range. Reading needed to improve significantly and John Swift almost gave them the perfect start to the second half when he raced onto George Evans' defence-splitting pass and drilled in a low strike that Danny Ward pushed away. Jaap Stam's side had stolen the momentum and nearly snatched the lead when Grabban pounced on a speculative ball over the top, only to flick his effort wide of the far post. Yet as the tension mounted, the quality dipped. Although Reading's Garath McCleary and Huddersfield's Nahki Wells both fired narrowly wide in extra-time, there was an inevitability about the impending shoot-out. Huddersfield reached Wembley by beating Sheffield Wednesday on penalties and once again they hit the jackpot in the lottery. Hefele missed Huddersfield's second penalty as Ali Al Habsi plunged to his right to save, but Liam Moore blazed Reading's fourth high over the bar. When Ward kept out Jordan Obita's kick, Huddersfield were within touching distance of promotion and Schindler slotted home to send them into dreamland.