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Afghan Officials: Taliban Militants To Be Swapped for American, Australian Captives Into U.S. Custody

Afghan officials say they will release three senior members of the Haqqani Network, one of the country’s most dangerous militant groups, to Qatar under U.S. custody in exchange for an American and Australian teacher and the possibility for holding direct talks with the Taliban. The development stems from marathon negotiations …

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IAEA Finds Uranium Particles At Undeclared Site In Iran

The United Nations’ nuclear watchdog says its monitors have detected “natural uranium particles of anthropogenic origin” at an undeclared site in Iran.The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) does not identify the site in a confidential quarterly report distributed to IAEA member states and seen by Western news agencies on November …

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Rights activists demand arrest of Nimrita’s killers

KARACHI: As the case pertaining to the mysterious death of Nimrita Chandani, a final-year BDS student of Larkana, remained unsolved despite the passage of two months, civil society and rights activists said that she was subjected to criminal assault and demanded that her killers be arrested forthwith. Nimrita was studying …

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Over 77,000 inmates lodged in 114 jails with capacity of 57,742, SC told

ISLAMABAD: In a report, the Federal Ombudsman has conceded before the Supreme Court that a total of 77,275 inmates are currently housed in 114 prisons in the four provinces against a sanctioned capacity of only 57,742. Of the 77,275 inmates, 47,077 have been lodged in 42 jails in Punjab, where …

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Oil drops on concern over US-China trade talks progress, oversupply

Oil prices fell on Monday amid renewed doubts over the prospects of a trade deal between the United States and China, while concerns over excess supplies also weighed on the market. Brent crude was down 55 cents, or 0.9 per cent, at $61.96 by 3:50am GMT. The contract rose 1.3pc …

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‘ISI Chief in Kabul’ to Address Afghan Envoy ‘Harassment’: Source

Neither the Afghan nor Pakistani government has confirmed the report so far. A reliable source within the Afghan government confirmed that a Pakistani delegation led by Gen. Faiz Hameed, head of the Inter-Services Intelligence, or ISI, is in Kabul to meet with Afghan officials. Two deputies of Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry …

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Iran Begins Building Second Nuclear Power Plant: State TV

Iran has the capacity to enrich uranium up to 60%, a spokesman for Iran’s AEOI said on Saturday. Iran started pouring concrete on Sunday at its second nuclear power plant, a key step in building the facility with Russian help in the southern port of Bushehr, Iran’s state television reported. …

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گوادر کے ساحل پر سینڈ آرٹ مقابلہ: ریت کے فن پاروں میں چھپے پیغام

ضلع گوادر میں اپنی نوعیت کے دوسرے سینڈ آرٹ مقابلے کے دوران سمندری حیات کو لاحق خطرات کے موضوع پر فن پارے بنائے گئے۔

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