MCQsForum - MCQS, GK,Current Affairs Pakistan

Daily Current Affairs 2019 | Current Affairs Today | National & International Updates

16 December, 2019 Daily Current Affairs 2019-2018 Daily/Monthly/Yearly. Below are latest daily current affairs till date. Daily Current affairs include Current Affairs November 2019, Current Affairs December 2019, Current Affairs January 2019, Current Affairs February 2019, Current Affairs March 2019, Current Affairs April 2019 and Onwards. We recommend un-targetted study of below questions as this practice would help you achieve objective with less pressure while you've plenty of time available.


13 December:

 The Switzerland Parliament has approved to grant Pakistan, among 18 countries, to access its financial data starting from 2021.

03 December:

 Pakistan made $1 billion foreign debt repayment

02 December:

 Megan Rapinoe wins Women's Ballon d'Or 2019, Lucy Bronze second

02 December:

 Those Six EU countries who have joined INSTEX are:Belgium, Denmark, Finland, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden

02 December:

 Lionel Messi claimed record sixth men's Ballon d'Or award at the age of 32 in Paris. Messi has scored 46 goals in 54 matches so far in 2019, and netted 36 times in total in 34 La Liga matches

02 December:

 165,000 suffering from HIV virus in Pakistan. Which is a 369% increase since 2010

01 December:

 Six European countries join barter system for Iran trade(INSTEX) INSTEX barter mechanism: which is designed to circumvent US sanctions against trade with Iran by avoiding use of the dollar

01 December:

 Iraq's parliament on Sunday accepted the resignation of embattled Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi after weeks of huge protests demanding better economic conditions and an overhaul of the country's political system

27 October:

 The Pentagon awarded Microsoft a $10 billion cloud computing contract named War Cloud, snubbing early front-runner Amazon

20 October:

 Australian carrier Qantas has completed a test of the longest non-stop commercial passenger flight as part of research on how the journey could affect pilots, crew and passengers. The Boeing 787-9 with 49 people on board took 19 hours and 16 minutes to fly from New York to Sydney, a 16,200-km (10,066-mile) route.