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US welcomes India’s Chabahar port plan in Iran as beneficial for Afghanistan

BISHKEK (TCA) — The United States has welcomed India’s plan to expand Iran’s Chabahar port as a project that a top US military official says will help the long-term stability of Afghanistan, Iran’s PressTV news agency reported on March 16. US Army General John Nicholson, who commands US combat operations …

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‘Incremental progress’ in Pak-Afghan talks

ISLAMABAD/LONDON: Pakistan and Afghanistan on Thursday reported incremental progress during their overnight talks in London following the latest impasse in their relationship over terrorist sanctuaries, hinting that the dialogue process may continue. There was, however, no immediate breakthrough on the most pressing issue: reopening of border crossings that Pakistan shut …

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Clashes on Pakistan-Afghanistan border kill eight

Pakistani Taliban faction says it carried out attack on border post as suicide attack is foiled in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. ISLAMABAD, Pakistan – Eight people, including two soldiers, have been killed in a raid on a Pakistani military border post in the Khyber tribal area, according to the Pakistan military. The raid …

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Aziz discusses terror issue with Afghan NSA in London

OWEN BENNETT-JONES LONDON: The Prime Minister’s Adviser on Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz, has met Afghanistan’s National Security Adviser, Hanif Atmar, in London to discuss complaints that Afghan-based militants are mounting attacks on Pakistani soil. It was the highest level face-to-face discussion between representatives of the two countries since Islamabad closed …

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UK to host join session to diffuse Pak-Afghan tensions

ISLAMABAD: The United Kingdom will host a joint session between Pakistan and Afghanistan in London on Wednesday. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz will meet Afghan National Security Adviser (NSA) Hanif Atmar to discuss the matter of alleged terrorist sanctuaries. Senior British diplomat, Mark Lyall Grant …

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Balochistan High Court directs govt not to include Afghan refugees in census

The Balochistan High Court on Tuesday directed the federal and provincial governments not to include Afghan refugees in the population census scheduled to start from March 15. The divisional bench of the BHC comprising Justice Muhammad Hashim Khan Kakar and Abdullah Baloch passed the order on an application filed by …

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Pakistan begins fencing of Afghan border

ISLAMABAD – Pakistan has started phased fencing of its 2,430 kilometres porous border with Afghanistan to effectively control incursion of terrorists as well as movement of drugs, arms and ammunition smugglers. Well-placed security sources told The Nation that the Frontier Corps Pakistan has started fencing of key border points of …

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افغانستان سے کشیدہ تعلقات

  پاکستان اور افغانستان کے درمیان تعلقات روز بروز کشیدہ ہورہے ہیں جو انتہائی تشویش کی بات ہے بلکہ دونوں ملکوں کے درمیان کشیدگی سے بڑھ کرمعاملات محاذ آرائی اور فوج کے استعمال کی طرف جارہے ہیں جس سے خطے کے امن کو زیادہ خطرات لاحق ہوں گے۔ آئے دن …

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پاکستان افغانستان میں مداخلت نہ کرے تو معاملات حل ہوسکتے ہیں، محمود اچکزئی

کوئٹہ : پشتونخواء ملی عوامی پارٹی کے چیئرمین محمودخان اچکزئی نے کہاکہ افغانستان اورپاکستان اب بھی عظیم دوست بن سکتے ہیں پاکستان افغانستان کی خودمختیاری تسلیم کرے تواسکے اچھے نتائج برآمد ہونگے پاکستان افغانستان میں مداخلت نہ کرے تو افغانستان کے 80فیصد معاملات حل ہوسکتے ہیں فاٹا پرامن علاقہ تھا …

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China would never like CPEC to fail: Hu Shisheng

‘NEW GEOPOLITICS AND THE REGION’ Islamabad China Institute of Contemporary International Relations (CICIR)  Director Hu Shisheng has said that China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is very important for China and it would never like it to fail as some countries may wish so. Hu Shisheng was speaking at a joint roundtable …

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