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Pakistani Duplicity Caused The United States To Lose In Afghanistan

Lawrence Sellin Security, Middle East Islamabad’s objectives for Afghanistan have always been different than those of the United States. “The war in Vietnam was not lost in the field, nor was it lost on the front pages of the New York Times or...
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Pakistan Redeploys F-16 Warplanes After ‘its Failure To Counter India’ – Report

This comes amid ongoing tensions between New Delhi and Islamabad, which escalated after the 14 February Pulwama terrorist attack which killed at least 40 Indian security personnel. The attack, which a Pakistan-based terror outfit claimed...
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Us Imposes Visa Curbs On Pakistan Government Officials: Report

The US and Pakistan are currently involved in a row over the repatriation of deportees. Over the past 18 months, Washington has deported over 100 Pakistanis. This is the first time that authorities in Islamabad have insisted on the credentials of...
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Pakistan Seeks Closer Economic Ties With China Despite Concerns In Us

Beijing has pledged to provide some $62 billion in investment loans to Islamabad as part of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), which is set to become a crucial leg of the broader Belt and Road Initiative, China's mega-project to connect...
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Pakistani Airbus A320 Windscreen Reportedly Damaged En Route To Islamabad

Following the incident, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight PK-370 safely landed at Islamabad International Airport, Pakistan Today reported on Saturday, citing authorities.
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Indian Defence Minister Mocks Islamabad’s Claims About Iaf’s New Strike Plans

The statement comes a few days after Indian and Pakistani troops reportedly once again exchanged fire along the Line of Control in the Rajouri district of the northernmost Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir.
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Un Allows Senior Taliban Leaders To Travel For Peace Talks

Margaret Besheer at the United Nations contributed to this report. ISLAMABAD — The United Nations recently granted a waiver to senior Taliban leaders, allowing them to travel and take part in peace talks with the United States to end the...
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Pakistan Fm Insists Paf Downed 2 Indian Jets In Dogfight Amid F-16 Controversy

Earlier this week, the Indian military released radar images, which, according to New Delhi, confirm that the IAF shot down a Pakistani F-16 in a February dogfight, a claim Islamabad has repeatedly denied.
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Modi: Airstrikes To Eliminate Terrorists In Their Homes Is Policy Of 'new India'

In a far-reaching statement, the Indian PM said that this would hold true even if it means striking inside Pakistan territory again. He made the remark at an election rally, following weeks of simmering tensions between New Delhi and Islamabad over...
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Suicide Blast Kills 3 Us Soldiers, Contractor In Afghanistan

Ayaz Gul in Islamabad contributed to this report. PENTAGON/ISLAMABAD - An attack outside Kabul, Afghanistan, has killed three U.S. service members and one American contractor, according to the U.S. military. The Taliban has claimed...
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Us Lawmaker Asks Islamabad To Eliminate Safe Havens Of Terrorists

The resolution condemned the Pulwama deadly attack that took place on February 14 and killed 45 Indian officers. This was the biggest act of terrorism in India since 2008, when over 150 people were killed in Mumbai.
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Afghan Envoy To Return To Islamabad After Pakistan's Explanations - Ministry

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Afghan Ambassador will return to Islamabad after Pakistani Premier Minister Imran Khan renounced his suggestion that Afghanistan establish an interim government, Afghan Foreign Ministry Spokesman Sibghatullah Ahmadi said on...
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Islamabad Says Shares 'international Outrage' Over Us Decision On Golan Heights

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Islamabad joins other countries in expressing "outrage" over the US move to recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights and warns of a ripple effect that it will have on the region and the world, the Pakistani Foreign...
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Pakistani Minorities: Kidnappings Covered Up By Religious Conversion, Marriage

A judge in Pakistan's capital, Islamabad, placed two Hindu girls, allegedly under the age of 18, in government custody Tuesday and ordered a "fair and transparent inquiry" into their circumstances that is to be presented to the court in a...
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India Issues Note Verbale To Pakistan Alleging Harassment Of Diplomats - Source

The country’s foreign ministry has claimed that its diplomatic personnel have been receiving dangerous hoax calls. It also alleged that two Pakistani security agency personnel have been continuously stalking the Indian High Commissioner in...
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India Aware Of Identity Of Pakistani F-16 Pilot Killed In Dogfight – Minister

The remark by the Indian defence minister could make a huge difference in the ongoing debate as to whether the Pakistan Air Force used an F-16 fighter jet in the recent air clash between the two countries, as Islamabad has been denying the Indian...
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Indian Mig-21 Bison Crashes Near Pakistani Border

Tensions between India and Pakistan have been running high following Indian air strikes which apparently targeted terrorist infrastructure on the Pakistani side of the border in Kashmir. Islamabad swiftly described this operation as a violation of...
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Wikileaks: Us Mainly Intended Nuclear Deterrence When Selling F-16s To Pakistan

Documents accessed by Wikileaks indicate that Washington agreed to sell F16 fighter jets to Pakistan so that in the eventuality of a conflict, Islamabad could fall back on conventional warfare and not resort to utilising its nuclear arsenal.
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India To Equip Su-30mkis With Israeli High-precision Bombs

New Delhi earlier reported that it had bombed a major terrorist camp in Pakistani territory, killing numerous militants, but did not specify the number of those killed. At the same time, Islamabad insists that no such camp ever existed and that the...
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As Pakistan Calls For Peace, India Refuses To Reveal Air Raid Details – Report

Earlier, Islamabad stated that the Indian strikes hit an empty hillside and denied the existence of the militant camps that Delhi allegedly targeted during the air raid. At the same time, India insists that Pakistan is harbouring militants,...
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