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Four terrorist organisations behind recent attacks in Pakistan: Sources

KARACHI: Security forces have made headway in the investigations of recent terror attacks across Pakistan, identifying four terrorist organisations with direct links to the attacks that have claimed over 100 lives. Meanwhile, in an ongoing crackdown that was launched after the attack in Sehwan on the shrine of Lal Shahbaz …

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Army attacks suspected militant hideouts near Pak-Afghan border

The Pakistan Army on Friday night reportedly attacked suspected militant hideouts close to the Pak-Afghan border, DawnNews reported. The army attacked the alleged training camp of Jamaat-ul-Ahrar located near the Pak-Afghan border and reportedly destroyed the compound and four other hideouts of suspected terrorists. The military action was reportedly carried …

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Afghan embassy officials summoned at GHQ in Rawalpindi

RAWALPINDI: The Afghan embassy officials were summoned at General Headquarters, read a statement from the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR). According to the statement, a list of  76 terrorists has been given to the officials at the Afghan embassy so that action is taken against them. However, the Pakistan army …

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COAS asks RSM to stop use of Afghan soil for terrorist attacks in Pakistan

RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa Friday held a telephonic conversation with US General John Nicholson, Commander of Resolute Support Mission (RSM) in Afghanistan, according to the Inter Services Public Relations. During the conversation, the COAS expressed his concerns over continued acts of terrorism in Pakistan …

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IS kills 17 Afghan Army soldiers in east: Official

KABUL: The Islamic State group launched an attack on Afghan security posts killing 17 soldiers, an Afghan official said on Friday. Ahmad Ali Hazrat, chief of the provincial council in the province, said the attack last night took place in the Dih Bala district in eastern Nangarhar province. Hazrat said IS fighters attacked Army security …

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Chabahar Port expected to open in a month: Afghan Consul General

HIGHLIGHTS Chabahar port in Iran, in which India has major investments, is expected to open in a month Afghanistan Consul General said the port will provide impetus to trade between India and Afghanistan It will also provide access to Afghanistan and central Asian countries by-passing Pakistan NAGPUR: The strategic port of …

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Pakistan shells hit inside Afghanistan

An Afghan police official says Pakistan has launched a blistering artillery assault on eastern Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province, where a self-declared affiliate of the Islamic State group is based. Gul Agha Roohani, provincial police chief of Nangarhar, says Pakistan fired several artillery rounds early on Friday into the province’s Lalpur district, …

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India bats for Afghanistan-led peace talks

Reiterating the need for an Afghan-led and owned peace process, India said it was up to Afghanistan to decide who to engage in direct talks New Delhi: India has called for Afghanistan to be given the right to decide who it wants to engage in peace talks, amid discord among key …

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Taliban entered Pakistan as migrants on condition they would disavow militancy: Aizaz Chaudhry

The newly-appointed ambassador to the United States, Aizaz Chaudhry, on Thursday said that the Taliban had entered Pakistan as migrants, who had been told to steer clear of militant activities if they wanted to stay in the country. Chaudhry, whose career as a foreign service officer spans over 36 years …

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پاکستان اور افغانستان کی سرحد غیرمعینہ مدت کے لیے بند

پاکستان نے افغانستان کے ساتھ ملنے والی اپنی سرحد غیرمعینہ مدت کے لیے بند کرنے کا اعلان کیا ہے۔ یہ بات پاکستانی فوج کے شعبۂ تعلقاتِ عامہ کی جانب سے جمعرات کی شب ٹوئٹر پر ایک پیغام میں کہی گئی ہے۔ پشاور، مہمند میں خودکش حملے: اہلکاروں سمیت چھ ہلاک …

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