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  1. Iran's President Ebrahim Raisi and Turkish President Erdogan convey solidarity with Pakistan, assure all-out support
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    Released 01/05/2021 This is a security release and we recommend all clients upgrade as soon as possible. Key Changes All platform key changes: New Alerts feature Improvements to the fluid mode per forum view hCaptcha added as a new CAPTCHA option for use on the Contact Us form and when accepting guest posts Ability to only log searches from specific member groups New solved/unsolved filter for activity streams Speed improvements when rebuilding Elastic Search indexes Fixes and improvements to our Zapier integration Self-hosting platform key changes: PHP minimum version increased to 7.4 Support for PHP 8.1 Cloud platform key changes: New product architecture to consolidate existing cloud functionality and to provide forthcoming features [BETA] "Real time" notices when others are reading and replying to the same topics as you [BETA] Image processing and moderation [BETA] Sentiment analysis data collection [BETA] Trending content Additional Information Core Added alerts functionality. Added hCaptcha support. Added a setting to exclude groups from search logs. Added support for PHP 8.1. Increased minimum PHP version to 7.4 and recommended version to 8.0. Added a solved/unsolved filter for activity streams. Added an option to enter the main site's URL and name for JSON-LD if different from the community's URL (eg, installed in a directory or sub-domain). Added AdminCP keyword for 'solution' to guide admins to forum edit/add forms. Changed Marketplace search to 'AND' mode for more accurate results. Changed 'member download' to output comma-separated values instead of tab-separated values to be consistent with member import. Changed the poll behaviour to allow everybody to view the poll result of closed polls. Improved the email editor to show the full email name while editing it. Updated CKEditor to 4.19.0. Moved the stream subscription links to an own menu item. Fixed an HTML validation error for embeds. Fixed an issue where private messages that the user could view may show in trending content. Fixed an error when deleting pages from clubs. Fixed an issue where achievement rules were not removed when an application is deleted. Fixed an SQL error that may show when viewing the top referrer statistics in the admin control panel. Fixed an issue that may prevent attaching audio files to content. Fixed a minor typo in the forms.css template. Fixed upload area not showing on minimized editors for guest users. Fixed an issue where post counts were incremented even when a new item was held for approval via the profanity filters. Fixed an issue where filters and sort options do not persist between deleting members in the Admin CP. Fixed an issue where sitemap may show entries from offline applications. Fixed an issue where support account may show as the latest registered member. Fixed an issue where the upgrade process would fail to finish because of duplicate DB queries. Fixed an issue where the default streams had a broken time period. Fixed an issue where widgets may not be available even with enabled apps. Fixed an issue where status updates where appearing as search results even if the user had no permissions to view profiles. Fixed some issues with the online status indicator in account settings. Fixed an issue with deleting bulletins when deleted remotely. Fixed an issue where clicking on the reorder-menu link in clubs can add multiple reorder icons. Fixed an issue where managing Widgets via the AdminCP > Applications > Dev Center meant that Yes/No toggles could fail to work. Fixed an issue where the block submission filter failed to catch loose matches when in the middle of a word and/or using non latin characters. Fixed an incorrect link on a modal popup when trying to follow a member when the member hasn't configured their preferences. Fixed an issue fetching Clubs via the REST API when they have custom fields. Fixed an issue when viewing a list of awarded badges if one was earned by a rule in a deleted application. Fixed a missing </ul> in the poll template. Fixed an issue where the 'approved content' notification (and any newly added notifications) might not have valid default options until edited via AdminCP. Fixed missing padding on the AdminCP file locations modal. Fixed some UX issues when revoking an OAuth access token. Fixed an issue where non-image attachments inserted via the editor may not download. Fixed a missing language string in member history when spam defense system applies moderation to a new member. Fixed an issue with 'solved' push notifications linking to a non-existent page. Fixed an issue with the Zapier Extension when PHP was running in CGI mode. Fixed an issue where rank progress would still show in profiles when no ranks exist. Fixed an issue using the ban filters in member group promotion rules. Fixed an issue with announcements when loaded outside of the framework. Fixed an issue where OpenSearch failed the version check when configuring. Fixed an issue where toggling editor source mode may cause errors with certain blockquote html. Fixed an issue embedding some external content when PHP 8 is used on Windows/IIS when a storage location is absolutely defined. Fixed an issue where the members block may show spammers, banned and validating members. Fixed an issue with viewing member points/badges in AdminCP if either had been awarded by an application that has been deleted. Fixed an issue where RSS imports set to be hidden on creation were still visible in the activity stream. Fixed an issue where CKEditor would double paste images if "paste as plain text" was enabled. Fixed an issue with tracking email click statistics when a URL is really long in an email. Fixed an issue where some members in group that is set to force anonymous status may not be anonymous. The Editor Preview Button was removed from ACP Editors. Removed the deprecated FX Country code from the Geolocation class. Removed the ability to rebuild existing attachment thumbnails due to an incompatibility with content attributes required for lazy-loading. Removed the SQL Toolbox. Forums Improved the fluid-mode per forum filters to remove a page reload, and to reverse the filter checkbox status to make it clear which are being viewed. Fixed an issue where checking an archived topic for new replies when you ignore other members may always show a 'new' post has been created. Fixed an issue where top posters in the topic statistics section may show in the wrong order. Gallery Fixed an issue with the followed Gallery Images page. Fixed an issue with rebuilding thumbnails on legacy communities where the original image may no longer exist. Removed some deprecated sitemap tags. Pages Added the missing __indefart_cms_page language string. Added copy buttons on the modal that displays the HTML to copy to embed blocks elsewhere. Improved search indexing speed of comments when Elastic Search is used. Fixed an issue where sorting by a numerical field could duplicate the option with an incorrect label. Fixed issue with 'image upload' block carousels not working in the sidebar Fixed an issue where custom Yes/No fields when used as a database filter were ignored when further sorting. Fixed an issue where categories could have broken breadcrumbs. Fixed an issue where entering a blank value for a required decimal field would save the value as 0. Fixed an issue where using a Yes/No field as a database filter may cause the custom sort form display to not allow toggling of the Yes/No field. Fixed an issue that allowed duplicate template group names in some circumstances. Fixed an issue where who's online widget blocks would throw an error while creating or editing them in the ACP. Removed the block output preview in the ACP while creating/editing it. Converters Fixed an issue rebuilding some profile photo images. Fixed an issue where vBulletin [video] tags would not be parsed if the video ID contained a hyphen. Commerce Added a notification email when tracked invoices expire. Added ability to require an active subscription to use community. Added support for Stripe - Apple Pay Domain Verification Files on Cloud. Improved Subscriptions including up/downgrading to other subscriptions and offering limited free subscriptions. Improved performance when updating a large number of existing purchases. Removed deprecated Amex Express checkout options. Fixed some issues that can occur when requiring a subscription or product to be purchased during registration. Fixed an issue where a card would not be auto-billed if the customer did not have an address. Fixed a niche issue where a renewal invoice (for manual payment) would not be generated if a PayPal Subscription was cancelled on an active purchase. Fixed an issue where account credit would not be used for an invoice if the credit remaining was the exact value of the invoice. Fixed an issue calculating the next renewal date when upgrading between Subscriptions that may use a different renewal period (i.e. monthly vs annually). Fixed an issue where setting the member for a stock action could fail. Fixed an issue where the contact name would not show when a support request was created via the Contact Us form. Calendar Fixed an issue where the day view wouldn't show todays events when it's being used as the default calendar view. Downloads Fixed an issue where change logs may show the wrong published date if the file description had been edited since the last update. Fixed an issue where creating a downloads category with the "Keep previous versions?" Setting being disabled would result in a DB error. Platform Added real time and historic trending data in sidebar blocks and leaderboard. Added Sentiment Analysis stats charts REST, Webhooks and Zapier Fixed an issue where the 'hidden' content item filter would be ignored for any content type except topics. Fixed an issue where the date parameter for the 'Edit a topic' endpoint was not updating topic/post post date. Changes affecting third-party developers and designers Added PHP 8.1 support, however we have silenced deprecation errors for core applications and system directory as we work through those in the following releases. Updated Whoops to 2.14.5 Fixed an issue where managing MFA in the Account Settings would result in an IN_DEV CSRF key warning. Fixed an issue where you could not pass variables to the {hextorgb} theme plugin. Fixed an issue where cresting or editing a forum with IN_DEV being enabled would return an error. Fixed an issue with ips.ui.infiniteScroll.js when using FURLs. Fixed a syntax error in the core unsubscribeStream.txt email template. Fixed an issue where records were not removed from core_follow_count_cache when an application was uninstalled. Member filters will only be processed/visible for group promotions if they have a matches() method.
  3. If the government pulls the little support, it was extending to community schools in Islamabad, it will put 8,000 children out of school
  4. Community in Rajasthan passes resolution which says that only clean-shaven boys will be allowed to get married
  5. Karachi commissioner announces decision to close shops, markets at 8pm, wedding halls at 10pm and restaurants at 11pm
  6. The majority of cases in the UK are in London, while 111 cases are known to be in gay, bisexual or men who have *** with men
  7. Fight against China's biggest-ever COVID-19 outbreak "still requires the joint exertions of every citizen", says Shanghai deputy mayor
  8. To celebrate Invision Community turning 20-years-old (an eternity in Internet years), I interviewed the company's founding fathers. Ahh the good ol' days. Remember simpler times? This new video interview touches on Invision Community's past, present and future thanks to the invaluable insight from @Charles, @Matt and @Lindy. In our chat together, these gentlemen... Take a nostalgic trip down memory lane and reflect on the company's origins Explain the power of community amidst the social media boom Offer advice for new community leaders on how to grow Share some of the biggest changes to the platform Recant fond memories from the earlier days Reveal a teaser of what's next for Invision Community Noteworthy quotes: Charles: Lindy: Matt: Thoughts on the interview? We'd love to hear from you in the comments! 🎂
  9. Since the dawn of the Internet, forums have remained a dominant force on the worldwide web. Invision Community not only survived the social media boom, we thrived. Our community forum platform is an industry leader and continues to serve thousands of businesses year-round. If community forums are tried and true, then why is the average Internet user bombarded with pleas to follow a brand’s Instagram, Facebook and Twitter accounts versus a forum? It's often the case that when decision makers consider building a community, they look to social media tools first and overlook the power an owned community platform has. It's rare to find an instance where exclusively maintaining a social media presence builds a rich and diverse community that shares information and actively help each other. Every smart company should invest in fostering a community through the means of a forum. Without geeking out too hard (I’m about to geek out real hard), allow me to explain why forums harness immense power. Meaningful user generated content I added meaningful because the fabric of social media is also user generated content, however, much of the time it's followers competing for attention or having no interest or knowledge of your brand and its products. One issue with social media is random trolls and people misunderstanding a brand's products or services. That causes a lot of noise or adds little value. This is because community forums focus on the content, whereas social media centers around the individual user. Social media comment sections have become increasingly divisive with tempers easily flared. It can be hard to have a worthwhile conversation. You’re either tossing a comment into the social media campfire, arguing with someone you’ll never meet or double tapping a “like” to show public support. None of which adds value or elevates a brand’s identity. On the other hand, a community forum offers various pathways for meaningful engagement. A library of content Topics build on top of one another and eventually creates a searchable library of content for new users to discover. Easily discoverable Search engines don’t typically respond to your query with social media posts. On the other hand, forum posts are quickly indexed. Invision Community’s latest update 4.6.11 includes IndexNow, which quickly informs search engines about new content changes. This draws in new users with little effort. Belonging Successful forums are inherently niche. Generally, members who participate share overarching commonalities with one another, and where they don’t they have a platform to express otherwise. Social media is too gargantuan to recreate these special connections. Moderation Social media can be powerful, but often spirals into toxicity because these platforms rely on automatic moderation tools. Our community forum has built-in tools for automatic moderation as well as tools for moderators (actual people caring for your community!) to ensure stability. Invision Community's forums in Fluid mode Fosters community Community forums facilitate community building. They are the apparatus for Internet users around the world to instantly connect with one another. Think of community forums like a neighborhood. A construction company (that's you) builds the community, but the community needs residents (your members) to transform the houses into homes. Once the infrastructure is set up, forums can use time to its advantage. Unlike social media, forum content can remain relevant and circulate throughout a community for long periods of time. That’s because ongoing conversations aren’t dependent on complex algorithms that display content based on past engagement. For example, your Instagram explore page shows you similar content based on other content you’ve engaged with in the past. That keeps you stuck in a loop and prevents you from interacting with new content. The algorithm sees you liked X, it shows you more of X, you see X, you engage with more of X and the cycle repeats itself, never allowing yourself to explore A, B, C or literally anything else. Forums display content based on what the community as a whole is interested in (not just the individual). With the Invision Community’s forums application, the member also has the option to decide how they want to consume content (maybe engaging with X is all that member wants, but they have the ability to discover more content outside of what machine learning dictates). Own your community forum Imagine spending years building a following on social media only for it to vanish overnight. Even worse, there’s no point of contact to reach out to to gain an understanding of what happened. That can’t happen when owning your own community forum. Not only do you maintain control, but you… Call the shots You are the decision maker. On social media, there’s no ability to enable, test, try or optimize new ideas / features. Have access to rich reporting Social media offers some insights, but it’s limited. Invision Community’s reporting inside the ACP includes various engagement reporting metrics to help you better understand what’s working (and what isn’t). Can monetize There are roundabout ways to get monetized on social media, however with our community forums application, you have far more flexibility to integrate digital campaigns such as banner ads, affiliate links and paid promotional content. Invision Community's Activity Streams Free market research Save money on market research by tapping into your audience's needs free of charge. Your power users want to tell you about their experience in your community, something big brands without a community pay big money for. If you’ve made it to the bottom of this post, you probably think I have something against social media. To the contrary! Social media is a powerful tool, but most use it as the be-all end-all when it can better serve businesses to encourage new audiences to visit your community (versus attempting to create community directly on a platform you don’t own, control or have any real say in). Owning your own community forum is so immensely powerful, and, despite message boards and forums existing since the early ‘80s, it still feels like a secret. Invision Community’s forums application is the best in the industry. If you have your own community forum, show it off in the comments! Don’t have one yet? Please reach out to us and we’ll get you started.
  10. The whole cricketing community was left in utter shock as Australian bowling legend Shane Warne passed away, aged 52. According to a statement released by Warne's management, the legendary leg-spinner passed away of a suspected heart attack in Koh Samui, Thailand. “Shane was found unresponsive in his villa and despite the best efforts of medical staff, he could not be revived,” read the statement released by Warne's management. View this post on Instagram “The family requests privacy at this time and will provide further details in due course,” it stated. Warne was the greatest leg-spinner to have played the sport. With 708 wickets in just 145 appearances, he was the second-most successful bowler in the history of Test cricket, only behind Muttiah Muralitharan. View this post on Instagram The shocking news of his demise has numbed the whole cricketing community and billions of people who loved and admired him for his wonderful achievements on the field. Former India opener Virender Sehwag was among the first cricketers who expressed his grief on the demise of the Aussie legend, who gave fans countless memories to cherish during his prolific international career. Cannot believe it. One of the greatest spinners, the man who made spin cool, superstar Shane Warne is no more. Life is very fragile, but this is very difficult to fathom. My heartfelt condolences to his family, friends and fans all around the world. pic.twitter.com/f7FUzZBaYX — Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) March 4, 2022 Taking to the micro-blogging site he wrote: “Cannot believe it. One of the greatest spinners, the man who made spin cool, superstar Shane Warne is no more. Life is very fragile, but this is very difficult to fathom. My heartfelt condolences to his family, friends and fans all around the world.”. From Kevin Pietersen to Anil Kumble to Shoaib Akhtar, cricket legends from all around the world expressed their shock and mourned the loss of the legendary cricketer, who picked 1,001 wickets in international cricket. Shocked, stunned & miserable… Will miss you Warnie. There was never a dull moment with you around, on or off the field. Will always treasure our on field duels & off field banter. You always had a special place for India & Indians had a special place for you. Gone too young! pic.twitter.com/219zIomwjB — Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) March 4, 2022 Life is so fickle and unpredictable. I cannot process the passing of this great of our sport and also a person I got to know off the field. RIP #goat. Greatest to turn the cricket ball. pic.twitter.com/YtOkiBM53q — Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) March 4, 2022 I’m truly lost for words here, this is extremely sad. An absolute legend and champion of our game has left us. RIP Shane Warne….still can’t believe it — Rohit Sharma (@ImRo45) March 4, 2022****!!!!!!!!!!!!!! #RIPKing — Kevin Pietersen (@KP24) March 4, 2022Just heard the devastating news about legendary Shane Warne passing away. No words to describe how shocked & sad i am. What a legend. What a man. What a cricketer. pic.twitter.com/4C8veEBFWS — Shoaib Akhtar (@shoaib100mph) March 4, 2022Cannot believe it. One of the greatest spinners, the man who made spin cool, superstar Shane Warne is no more. Life is very fragile, but this is very difficult to fathom. My heartfelt condolences to his family, friends and fans all around the world. pic.twitter.com/f7FUzZBaYX — Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) March 4, 2022Shane Warne was a crowd puller. Magician with the ball. Absolute legend of Australian cricket. First IPL winning captain. He will be missed, He will be remembered forever. #rip #shanewarne — Irfan Pathan (@IrfanPathan) March 4, 2022Warne was part of the Australian team that dominated the world of cricket in the late 90s and early 2000s and attained the tag of invincibles. His leg-spin bowling played a crucial role in some of Australia’s biggest victories on home and foreign soil. View this post on Instagram Apart from being an exceptional bowler, Warne was also a terrific leader and he showed that when he guided Rajasthan Royals to the IPL triumph in the inaugural edition back in 2008. His team didn’t have any big names unlike some other franchises but he still managed to get the best out of them and propelled them to greatness. View the full article
  11. Pakistan ranks fourth in the world for the largest volume of videos taken down for Community Guidelines violations in Q3 2021
  12. During visit, COAS appreciates troops for their state of morale, motivation for fulfilment of assigned mission
  13. Twenty years ago today, Invision Community was founded and within months the first version of Invision Community was released. Little did we know, this would be the start of a remarkable journey spanning several decades. Our first version appeared shortly after we founded the company. It might be hard to imagine a time before social media and YouTube, but when we started out, the web looked very different. The first version of Invision Community was called Invision Board, reflecting the popular term for forums back in the early 2000s. It was full featured and you may recognise some elements that persist today. Like today, it even had a separate control panel where you could create new areas of discussion and customise the theme. Twenty years is a long time and we've continued to adapt with the ever-changing needs of community managers. We've seen the rise of social media impact how people consume content and found ways to compliment Twitter and Facebook by offering a place for long-form permanent discussion. Several elements remain from those early days but the concepts behind the theme have change significantly. New workflows, UI elements and views have helped the platform stay fresh and we've certainly innovated a few features that have since become industry standard over that time. I can't express how proud I am of what we've built together. From those humble beginnings working until 2am to growing a creative and talented team around our passion for community. I'm still as excited today as I was back in 2002. This year will see us build and release new tools to help guide and inform community managers. Our community platform continues to go from strength to strength. Of course, the platform is only one part of Invision Community. Over the last twenty years I've been grateful to get to know many of you and watch your lives unfold. This is as pure as community can get and I'm privileged to be part of it. We have a few other surprises to celebrate our twentieth anniversary. We can't wait to share them! I'd love to hear your memories of Invision Community! When did you first use our products and what was your community for? Please let me know in the comments below.
  14. The Invision Community platform is capable of integrating with other powerful services, creating a unified system of connections with the click of a button. One of the greatest benefits of integrating with Invision Community is instant expanded functionality. This is often done through an API (application programming interface), which allows our platform to seamlessly communicate with third-party developed software like Google, Zapier and SendGrid. We also use webhooks to integrate. Webhooks allow other services and applications to stay in sync with your community data or to perform an action after a specific event occurs in your community. Read more about them here. I had a chat with one of our developers, @Daniel F, who walks us through webhooks, explains why they’re useful and shows us an example (see the video above). In the example he uses, we would... Here are a few integrations we want to put on your radar: Zapier What is it? Zapier is a service that allows you to connect over 3,000 web apps. The Invision and Zapier integration can communicate with some of the Internet’s most wide-reaching platforms, including Google Docs, Twitter, Facebook, Slack, Trello, Facebook Ads, ActiveCampaign, Zendesk, Asana, Salesforce, Hubspot, Discord, Stripe and more. Read our Zapier blog for more details (it’s worth your undivided attention!). An example: When a moderator posts a topic in a news forum, share it on Facebook, Twitter and other social platforms. MapBox What is it? MapBox shares dynamic, performant, and customizable maps that can connect and visibly show where your members are around the world. An example: Create events that link to specific locations and specify where they’re taking place. Google Tag Manager What is it? Google Tag Manager is a tag management system that allows you to add and update your own tags (snippets of code like a tracking pixel) onto your website for conversion tracking, site analytics, remarketing, and more. Tags that can be incorporated include link clicks for events, scroll tracking, contact form abandonment, commerce shopping cart abandonment and more. Expect to see more functionality with Google Tag Manager in our platform later this year such as quantifying total amount of reactions in a post. An example: Tracking when a member clicks the ‘start new topic’ button. Google Analytics What is it? Google Analytics is a web analytics platform that shares statistics and basic analytical tools for SEO and marketing initiatives. Understanding your website’s data, including who is visiting, how often, for how long, device usage and more can better help you optimize your community. An example: Tracking unique visitors over the course of a year, then comparing that data to the previous year. Whether there’s an upward or downward trend, analyzing the data can help you create a plan of how to proceed, as well as understand what is (and isn’t) working. SendGrid What is it? Sendgrid is a cloud-based email delivery system. It’s a vehicle for your community to send emails to your members. An example: Sending a monthly newsletter using the Bulk Mail function in the admin control panel. Integrations are an efficient way to take your Invision Community platform to the next level. There’s even more in your ACP that we didn’t discuss in this blog. If you have an integration in place that you’d like to share with us, or have an idea, drop us a line in the comments and let us know. Related:
  15. PM appreciates Sialkot business community for assisting widow of Sri Lankan national Priyantha Kumara killed by violent mob
  16. 2021 was a big year for Invision Community. 🎉 We launched no-code automation with our Zapier integration, added web push notifications, offline support, stock replies and new reporting metrics. We also improved spam management, SEO crawl efficiency, Clubs, Activity Streams and introduced a native gamification system named Achievements. Not to mention the team grew! 👋 @Matt Finger @Marshall Slemp (and me 🙋🏼‍♂️). We have lots to look forward to in the new year, but before we reveal more let's take a trip down memory lane. 2021 was one of our best-performing years ever! Here are some highlights: Community Activity 2021 We saw an influx of members contributing to our community support forum. 3,832 members submitted new content, followed something, or reacted to something in the community. Unique Contributors: 36,254 members contributed at least one piece of content to our community. 👩‍💻🧑‍💻 Points earned: Thanks to the introduction of the Achievements system, members had the opportunity to earn points for contributing to the support community. In total, the community racked up 361,363 points. 📈 Topics created: Members fired off more than 4000 topics, including questions, feature suggestions and community management tips. 😳 New posts: Inside those topics included an array of replies. 31,488 posts to be exact. 😱 Top 10 members with the most amount of Reactions given: Members also engaged with the community using our Reputation system (think of it as our "likes" 👍 system). Here are the top 10 members who gave the most Reactions. @sobrenome @Jordan Miller @SeNioR- @Linux-Is-Best @OptimusBain @Matt @Adriano Faria @Davyc @Marc Stridgen @Unienc Top 10 members with the most amount of Reactions received: If a member's topic or reply is well received, it earns Reputation using our Reactions system. Here are the top 10 members who received the most love. ❤️ @Matt @Adriano Faria @Nathan Explosion @CoffeeCake @opentype @Marc Stridgen @Daniel F @Davyc @Jimi Wikman Members who earned the most badges: Participating in the community also earns members special badges. You get a badge and you get a badge! ✅ @CoffeeCake @TAMAN @opentype @PPlanet @SUBRTX @Sonya* @Afrodude Top Marketplace contributors: Shout-out to our crazy talented third-party developers who take time out of their busy schedules to innovate and create downloads for other Invision Community clients to use! Here are the top Marketplace contributes: @Nathan Explosion @Michael.J @Miss_B @IBTheme @Kirill Gromov @ReyDev @Adriano Faria @shahed Most active forum: You have questions and we have answers. Our support system shifted to our help & support forum and it paid off big time! Thanks to everyone who contributed to making Invision Community a better place. Whether you're an active poster in our community support forums, or a customer who lives to learn and absorb, we greatly appreciate you. Cheers to the exciting ventures on the way in 2022! 🎉
  17. International community should focus on the difficulties being faced by the 40 million Afghans, PM Imran Khan says
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