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India Summons Senior Pakistan Diplomat Demanding Expeditious Trials In Mumbai Terror Attacks Case

The 2008 Mumbai terror attacks on 26 November left 166 victims dead. India shared evidence that said “official agencies” in Pakistan were involved in plotting the attack, which Islamabad denies.
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Troika Plus Calls Taliban To Form Inclusive Gov't With Representation Of Women At All Levels

The Taliban took over Kabul on 15 August, and the Troika Plus, consisting of the US, China, Russia, and Pakistan, met for the first time on Thursday, in Islamabad. The meeting was held a day after national security chiefs of eight countries called...
Related topics: Taliban, Afghanistan, Kabul, China, Russia, Pakistan

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India Lodges 'strong Protest' Over Killing Of Fisherman By Pakistani Coast Guard, Demands Probe

New Delhi and Islamabad are also locked in a maritime dispute over joint claims to the sea off the coastline of India’s Gujarat state, which shares a border with Pakistan’s Sindh province. Despite several rounds of talks, the two neighbours have...
Related topics: India, Protests, New Delhi, Pakistan

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The Us Just Got Out Of Afghanistan And It's Already At Risk Of Getting Sucked Into Another...

Syed Zargahm/Getty Images The US is reportedly talking to Pakistan about supporting US airstrikes in Afghanistan in exchange for helping Islamabad with its counterterrorism operations. But if the US isn't careful, deepening its security...
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The China Connection: How Aq Khan Helped The World Proliferate

Peter Huessy AQ Khan, Eurasia Islamabad and the Khan network together built nuclear bombs for Pakistan and helped spread the technology around the world. Two nuclear stories are again emerging as key issues for the United States. First, the...
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U.s., Taliban To Hold First Talks Since Afghanistan Withdrawal

ISLAMABAD — Senior Taliban officials and U.S. representatives are to hold talks Saturday and Sunday about containing extremist groups in Afghanistan and easing the evacuation of foreign citizens and Afghans from the country, officials from both...
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Pakistan: Chief Cleric Of Influential Mosque Reveals The Ultimate Goal Of Islam

Islamabad’s Lal Masjid is again in the news, and for all the wrong reasons, as has been the case on other occasions. The mosque, prominently situated in Pakistani capital, is the oldest and second-largest mosque in the national capital. It made...
Related topics: Pakistan, Religion

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Mexico Won’t Pay For This One

Analysts said that the fact that Pakistan had nearly completed construction of a metal fence running along its once unregulated 2,600km border with Afghanistan reflected tensions in Islamabad’s relationship with the Taliban. Here is more from the...
Related topics: Mexico, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Taliban

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The Pakistan Connection: How Iskp Became Islamabad’s Latest Proxy

Abhinav Pandya Pakistan, ISKP, Asia Pakistan’s double game of keeping up the pretense of being a U.S. ally against terror while sheltering, funding, and training terrorist groups with U.S. aid money is likely to continue. The Islamic State...
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2 Isis-k Kabul Bomb Plotters Killed By Us Drone Strike In Northern Afghanistan

By ABUL TAHER and KHURRAM SHAHZAD IN ISLAMABAD FOR THE MAIL ON SUNDAY Two senior ISIS-K operatives who plotted the
Related topics: Isis, Afghanistan, Kabul, Drones, Pakistan

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Was The U.s. Involved In The Soviet Afghan War Of The 1980s?

Sebastien Roblin Cold War History, Middle East The Soviets were mired in the Afghan war and Pakistan was aiding the insurgents. Here is how Washington was happy to help Islamabad out.   Key point: Following the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in...
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Ex-envoy To Delhi: ‘india Read The Afghan Situation Wrong Due To Pm Modi’s Obsession With...

Islamabad claims that India has used Afghan soil during the reign of Ashraf Ghani to train terrorist groups to launch attacks inside Pakistan. India now worries that Islamabad could use Afghan territory under the Taliban* regime to train terror...
Related topics: India, New Delhi, Pakistan, Terrorism, Taliban

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Afghanistan’s Neighbors Watch Warily As Taliban Completes Its Dramatic Takeover

From Islamabad to New Delhi to Beijing, there are “varying levels of concern” about how easily — and boldly — the Taliban took over.
Related topics: Afghanistan, Taliban, Pakistan, India, New Delhi, China, Beijing

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Here Is How We Can Keep Women Safe From Sexual Violence

Credit: UN WomenBy Quratulain FatimaISLAMABAD, Aug 13 2021 (IPS) The past weeks have been quite traumatic for the women of Pakistan. Recently, a young woman named Noor Mukadam was murdered and beheaded by her alleged partner in Islamabad,...
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Watch: Vehicles Washed Away After Cloudburst Triggers Flood Fury In Islamabad

Intense rain showers have been lashing parts of Asia including India, Bangladesh, China, and Pakistan. The heavy monsoon spell has further led to landslides, floods and severe water-logging taking its toll in terms of life and property.
Related topics: Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, China

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Islamabad Refutes Indian Media Reports Of Eu Withdrawing Pakistan's Gsp+ Status

NEW DELHI (Sputnik) - The Pakistani Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Tuesday denied Indian media reports claiming that the European Parliament was set to withdraw Islamabad's GSP+ (Generalised Scheme of Preferences) trading opportunities over its...
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Taliban Say They Want Afghan Deal, Even As They Battle On

ISLAMABAD — The leader of the Taliban said Sunday that his movement is committed to a political settlement to end decades of war in Afghanistan, even as the insurgents battle in dozens of districts across to country to gain territory. The...
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Pakistani Foreign Ministry Says Regrets Kabul's Decision To Recall Ambassador To Islamabad

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Pakistani Foreign Ministry on Sunday expressed regret over Afghanistan's decision to recall its ambassador and senior diplomats after the top envoy's daughter was briefly kidnapped in Islamabad.
Related topics: Afghanistan, Kabul, Pakistan, Russia, Moscow

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Scores Of Taliban Fighters Flee To Pakistan After Afghan Forces Claim To Have Retaken Spin Boldak

At a meeting between Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and his Afghan counterpart Mohammad Haneef Atmar on the sidelines of the SCO-Afghanistan Contact Group this week, the Afghan diplomat asked Islamabad to close down Taliban*...
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New Delhi Alarmed As Suspicious Drone Spotted Inside Indian Diplomatic Mission In Islamabad

The incident occurred on the same weekend two explosions rocked an Indian Air Force (IAF) base in Jammu. Two drones dropped improvised explosive devices (IEDs) on an Mi-17 hangar in Jammu on Sunday, leading to two IAF personnel being injured.
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