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Terrorists hiding, collecting money in Pakistan: Ghani

KABUL : President Ashraf Ghani says he is still awaiting the implementation of the commitments Pakistan made five months ago to help end the conflict in the country. In an interview with a Pan-Arab daily, Ghani alleged many terrorists were hiding in Pakistan and collecting funds there, but concrete action …

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Karzai: Terrorism Result of US Policies, Actions

TEHRAN – The former Afghan President Hamid Karzai said terrorism is the result of the policies and actions of the United States and its allies, claiming that terrorists have no place in worship places and communities of Muslims. The remarks by Karzai was apparently aimed at the remarks of the …

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The Baloch Conflict with Iran and Pakistan: New Book Published

A new book providing an enriched insight into the dynamics of Baloch National Struggle has been published. The book, “The Baloch conflict with Iran and Pakistan” is authored by Dr. Naseer Dashti and published by Trafford Publishing. The book offers a critical elucidation of the early non-violent political struggle of …

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Pakistani embassy staff held by Afghan spies for three hours

ISLAMABAD: Two Pakistani staffers at the Pakistan Embassy in Kabul were detained for hours by the National Directorate of Security (NDS), the premier intelligence agency of Afghanistan, under unclear circumstances. The incident served another blow to the already fraught ties between the two countries. Read more: Experts warn against standstill …

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Flag meeting ended without any decision

QUETTA:  The flag meeting between Pakistan and Afghan military officials that held at the Friendship gate on the border issue on Wednesday ended with no progress regarding opening of border with Afghanistan. It was forth flag meeting at the level of senior military officials of between two countries since Afghan forces attack on two …

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New policy will apply both to Afghanistan and Pakistan: McMaster

WASHINGTON: US National Security Adviser Gen H.R. McMaster has said that the Trump administration is working on a policy which would apply to both Pakistan and Afgha­nistan, and would be announced soon. This marks the first time a senior US official has said that the new policy would also cover …

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US slaps new sanctions on LeT, JDQ

WASHINGTON: The United States has slapped new sanctions on Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Jamaatul Dawa Al Quran (JDQ) to disrupt their leadership and financial networks. The sanctions, announced on Friday afternoon, came a day after more than a dozen US intelligence agencies reported to Congress that Pakistan-based terrorist groups are still …

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US may send 3,000 more troops to Afghanistan

WASHINGTON: US military officials and the state department are recommending sending at least 3,000 more troops to Afghanistan to fight the Taliban, US media report. Military leaders would also regain the authority to target Taliban leaders with air strikes under the proposals. President Donald Trump has not approved the plan, …

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Tehran, Kabul on fast track to strategic ties

KABUL – Relations between Iran and Afghanistan are expected to undergo major positive shifts as the two are close to drafting a comprehensive roadmap which catapults bilateral ties to previously unseen levels. The document, once drafted and implemented, will soothe concerns about a wide spectrum of issues, including environmental challenges …

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Afghanistan asked to use diplomatic channels instead of bullets, says Aziz

Adviser to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz, while commenting on the Afghanistan border attack issue, said “firing on Pakistan was the initiative of Afghanistan that necessitated to be retaliated.” The foreign affairs adviser maintained that that Pakistan has always used the diplomatic channels to resolve issues with its …

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