Indian nationals, evacuated from Yemen, by Pakistan Navy ship, chant thankful slogans upon their arrival at Karachi port in Pakistan on April 7, 2015. A Saudi-led coalition targeting Shiite rebels in Yemen has asked Pakistan to contribute soldiers, Pakistan's defense minister said. Pakistan's parliament is debating the request and is expected to vote in coming days.
Indian nationals, evacuated from Yemen, by Pakistan Navy ship, chant thankful slogans upon their arrival at Karachi port in Pakistan on April 7, 2015. A Saudi-led coalition targeting Shiite rebels in Yemen has asked Pakistan to contribute soldiers, Pakistan's defense minister said. Pakistan's parliament is debating the request and is expected to vote in coming days. AP
Indian nationals, evacuated from Yemen, by Pakistan Navy ship, chant thankful slogans upon their arrival at Karachi port in Pakistan on April 7, 2015. A Saudi-led coalition targeting Shiite rebels in Yemen has asked Pakistan to contribute soldiers, Pakistan's defense minister said. Pakistan's parliament is debating the request and is expected to vote in coming days. AP

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