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If the pun "Opposing Force" didn't give it away already, this Half-Life expansion puts you in the shoes of the opposing force: the Hazardous Environment Combat Unit. Players control a different protagonist this time around, who goes by the name of Colonel Adrian Sheppard of the U.S. Marines.
Islamabad, March 15In an apparent move to cool down a controversy, the government reassured the National Assembly on Monday it would not allow a third party to interrogate Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan about his alleged role in nuclear proliferation and asked the international community to trust Pakistan's own investigation into the matter.Information and Broadcasting Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed also told the lower house the government had no responsibility if Dr Khan, father of Pakistan's nuclear bomb and now in virtual detention, had transferred any 'antiquated' nuclear material to any foreign country. The minister was speaking while opposing two identical opposition adjournment motions seeking a debate on his statement last Thursday when he said Dr Khan had transferred nuclear centrifuges to Iran on his own. His statement to reporters sparked a controversy in the National Assembly and outside about its credibility and motives, with opposition parties accusing him of endangering national security. Monday's discussion came a day after international media reports quoted unidentified diplomats in Vienna as saying that Pakistan would soon hand over components of used centrifuges to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
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