Afghanistan: Taliban attacks Counterpart International in Kabul

Security officials say the attack targeted the office of the non-profit organisation in the Shahr-e-Naw area. The Taliban attacked the offices of an international non-government organisation (NGO) in the Afghanistan capital on Wednesday, setting off a huge explosion and battling Afghan security forces in an assault that wounded at least …

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جاڑوک بلوچ – Jadok Baloch ay Shayr Nadr ent pa Gosh Darokaan

Jadok Baloch

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US says it will consult New Delhi in Afghan peace process

A statement issued by the American embassy in Delhi on US special envoy Zalmay Khalilzad’s two day India visit, said, “Ambassador Khalilzad and his counterparts also discussed that Afghanistan’s political future is for Afghans to decide through an inclusive and legitimate process.” US has said that it will consult New …

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Europe Ready to Reimpose Sanctions if Iran Breaches Nuclear Deal, French Official Says

PARIS —  Europe would have to reimpose sanctions on Iran if Tehran reneged on parts of the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, a French presidency source said on Tuesday. Iran’s state-run IRIB news agency reported on Monday that Tehran would restart part of its halted nuclear program in response …

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گوادر کے مچھیروں کے لیے ’امبا‘ ایک جزبے کا نام

گوادر کے مچھیرے سمندر سے اپنی کشتیاں نکالتے ہوئے ’امبا‘ کے جزبے میں کلام پڑھتے ہیں تاکہ ان کی آواز آسمانوں تک پہنچ سکے۔ لیکن جدید دور کی تبدیلیوں نے اس پرانی روایت کو خطرے میں ڈال دیا ہے۔ مزید جاننے کے لیے دیکھیے شمائلہ جعفری کی یہ ویڈیو۔ https://www.bbc.com/urdu/pakistan-48176478 …

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Mixed Mideast Reaction Over US Carrier, Bomber Task Force Deployment

CAIRO —  An announcement by U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton that Washington is sending an aircraft carrier group and bomber task force to the Middle East is drawing mixed reactions from countries in the region. Iran has condemned the move, while some U.S. allies nod in agreement. Arab media …

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Pashteen: PTM Hurt Pakistan Military’s Terror-Sponsoring Industry

In response to last week’s accusation by the military that Pakistan’s Pashtun Tahafuz Movement (PTM) has been receiving funds from Afghanistan’s and India’s intelligence agencies, its leader, Manzoor Pashteen, blamed the country’s most powerful institution of turning the war on terror into a lucrative business in their region. Pashteen alleged …

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‘Pak running multiple concentration camps in Balochistan’

New Delhi: Senior Baloch nationalist leader Dr Allah Nazar, in an exclusive interaction with The Sunday Guardian, said that for the last two years, Pakistan was operating multiple concentration camps in the Balochistan region. According to Dr Nazar, who was announced dead by the Pakistan army in 2015, the presence …

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‘9000-year-old Mehrgarh needs to be preserved’

QUETTA:  Mehrgarh in Balochistan is one of the most important Neolithic sites in archaeology and evidence show that it was one of earliest human settlements in the world where farming and husbandry started, anthropologist Ayoub Baloch said on Sunday. “We can only preserve our historical sites when we accept them …

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The China-Pakistan ‘nexus’ to exploit tons of gold from the mines of Balochistan

Two mines in Balochistan are connected with small, unlisted airstrips, indicating that flights to the locations cannot be monitored. Col. Vinayak Bhat (retd)  New Delhi: China has emerged as a major player in mining in the restive Balochistan province of Pakistan and is suspected to be helping Islamabad surreptitiously export tons …

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