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Daily Top-10 Current Affairs MCQs / News (August 17, 2022) for CSS, PMS

6. Pakistan ranked 92nd out of 116 countries on Global Hunger Index: report

• While the world is off track in the fight against hunger and moving further away from the binding goal of ending hunger by 2030, the 2021 Global Hunger Index (GHI) showed that over the years, Pakistan has shown improvement as the country was ranked 92nd out of 116.
• GHI is a peer-reviewed report published by the Concern Worldwide of Ireland and Welt hunger hilfe (WHH) every year since 2007 to track hunger across the globe.
• An event, to launch the chapter regarding Pakistan, was organised at a local hotel on Tuesday and attended by the nutrition section of the Scaling up Nutrition (SUN) Secretariat in the planning ministry

7. US commander says China missile fire over Taiwan must be `contested`

• China`s recent decision to fire missiles over Taiwan is a `gorilla in the room` that has to be contested, a top US military commander said on August 16, 2022.
• Beijing has carried out huge air and sea drills this month around Taiwan in a furious reaction to visits by US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and a congressional delegation.
• Those exercises included firing multiple ballistic missiles into waters off Taiwan some of the world`s busiest shipping routes and it was the first time China has taken such a step since the mid-1990s

8. Chinese military ship docks in Sri Lanka

• A Chinese research vessel bristling with antennas and communication gear docked at Sri Lanka`s Chinese-run port of Hambantota on Tuesday despite concerns from India and the United States about its alleged spying activities.
• The Yuan Wang 5 entered the deep-sea port after securing permission to enter Sri Lankan waters on the condition it would not engage in research, port officials said.
• It was originally due to arrive last week, but Colombo asked Beijing to defer the visit following objections by India, which shares Western concerns about Chinese activities in the region

9. Taliban add more compulsory religion classes to Afghan universities` schedule

• Afghan university students will have to attend more compulsory Islamic studies classes, education officials said on Tuesday while giving little sign that secondary schools for girls would reopen.
• Many conservative Afghan clerics in the hardline Islamist Taliban, which swept back into power a year ago, are sceptical of modern education.
• `We are adding five more religious subjects to the existing eight,` said Abdul Baqi Haqqani, minister for higher education, including Islamic history, politics and governance

10. Turkish strikes on Syria border post claim 11 lives

• Turkish air strikes on a Syria border post run by regime forces killed 11 on August 16, 2022, following an overnight flare-up between Ankara`s forces and Kurdish fighters that control the area, a war monitor said.
• `Eleven fighters were killed in a Turkish air strike that hit a Syrian regime outpost… near the Turkish border,` the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said, without specifying if the victims were affiliated with the Damascus government or Kurdish forces.
• The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces said `Turkish military aircraft have conducted 12 air strikes against positions of the Syrian army deployed on the border strip west of Kobane,` a Kurdish-held town. The raids caused `casualties`, SDF spokesman Farhad Shami said, without specifying how many

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