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India & Pakistan Attempting To Drum Up Support Following Pulwama Attack

As tensions between India and Pakistan skyrocketed after a suicide car bombing in Kashmir, claiming the lives of more than 40 Indian security personnel, the New Delhi has been trying to isolate the Islamabad in the world stage, accusing the...
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Pakistani Pm Warns India Against Attack, Urges Talks On Kashmir Blast

ISLAMABAD/SRINAGAR, India  – Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Tuesday Pakistan would retaliate if India attacked in response to a bombing in the disputed Kashmir region, which India blamed on Pakistan. Khan added that he wanted to cooperate...
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Saudi Crown Prince Agrees To Release Over 2,100 Pakistani Prisoners - Islamabad

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has ordered the immediate release of 2,107 Pakistani prisoners being held in the country, Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said on Monday.
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Riyadh, Islamabad Sign Investment Deals Worth $20bln - Reports

DUBAI (Sputnik) - Riyadh and Islamabad signed agreements worth $20 billion were signed during the visit of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to Pakistan, the Saudi Gazette reported on Monday.
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Us Envoy In Kabul To Advance Afghan Peace Efforts

Zalmay Khalilzad, the man responsible for overseeing America’s negotiations with the Afghan Taliban, arrived Tuesday night in Kabul, after making stops in India, the United Arab Emirates, and China. He is expected to visit Islamabad next. His...
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Pakistan University To Celebrate ‘valentine's Day’ As ‘sister’s Day’

In 2017 the Islamabad High Court banned Valentine's Day celebrations in public places and government offices in the country. Last year the court went further and imposed a ban on airing content promoting Valentine's Day celebrations on electronic...
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'don't Teach Us, Terroristan': Indian Politician Strikes Back At Pakistani Pm

New Delhi and Islamabad, whose relations have been historically tense, recently have been engaged in a series of verbal tit-for-tat attacks regarding mutual perception and historical sites.
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Us, Taliban Peace Talks Begin In Uae

Pakistan-arranged "peace talks" between American and Taliban officials began Monday in the United Arab Emirates to push a political settlement to the war in Afghanistan.  Pakistani Foreign Ministry spokesman Mohammad Faisal reiterated that...
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India Seeks Dissolution Of Saarc Trade Body In Islamabad Amid Kashmiri Guest Row

Indian diplomat Shubham Singh reportedly walked out of SAARC Charter Day celebrations in Islamabad on Sunday protesting the presence of a Pakistani minister of the disputed Kashmir region. India and Pakistan recognise Kashmir as part of their...
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Pakistan Slams Us For 'politically Motivated' Report On Religious Freedom

Last year, the US placed Pakistan on a special watch list regarding religious freedom. It is thought that this strategy by Washington was a way into pressuring Islamabad into carrying out reforms.
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'hired Gun' No More: Pakistani Pm Refuses To Fight Us' War

The heads of the US and Pakistan exchanged accusations on Twitter last month, following Donald Trump's criticism of Islamabad and its policies. He claimed that Pakistan had received billions of dollars, but has done little in helping the US fight...
Related topics: Pakistan, Social Media, Donald Trump

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Trump Offers Khan To Renew Us-pakistani Partnership - Islamabad

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Pakistani Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Monday that US President Donald Trump had offered Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan to renew the US-Pakistani partnership.
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Us Should Assess Afghan Campaign Instead Of Blaming Islamabad For Failures – Pm

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The United States should assess the efficiency of its military operation in Afghanistan instead of making Pakistan a scapegoat for its failures in the region, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Monday responding to US...
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Iran In Talks With Pakistan To Free Kidnapped Border Guards – Revolution Corps

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Iran has been in talks with a Pakistani militant group through officials in Islamabad to secure the release of five Iranian border guards kidnapped last month, an Iranian general said.
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The End Game In Afghanistan Is Beginning

Authored by Lawrence Sellin, op-ed via The Daily Caller, China and Pakistan have plainly stated their plans for Afghanistan and South Asia. According to a press release from the November 12 conference held at Islamabad’s Pakistan-China...
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Pepe Escobar: Under The Pakistani Volcano

Authored by Pepe Escobar via The Asia Times, While Khan plays on a complex geopolitical chessboard, Chinese aid could be a financial lifeline as Islamabad faces off against deadly religious extremism... It has been a breathless week, huddled in...
Related topics: Volcanoes, Pakistan, Religion

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Saudis To Give Pakistan $6 Billion Worth Cash, Defer Oil Payments Relief

Saudi Arabia has agreed to lend Pakistan $3 billion in cash and allow Islamabad to defer payments for oil imports worth $3 billion for a one-year period to help the country address its looming balance of payments crisis. The Pakistani government...
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Pashtun Human Rights Activist Detained At Islamabad Airport, Released After Social Media Pressure

Gulalai Ismail speaking at TEDxExeter 2017 at the Exeter Northcott Theatre in Exeter, UK on Friday 21st April, 2017. Image from Flickr taken by Matt Round of Matt Round Photography. CC BY NC ND 2.0 Pashtun human rights activist and founder of Seeds...
Related topics: Human Rights, Activism, Pakistan, Airports, Social Media, United Kingdom, Flickr, Photography

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Pompeo’s Five Hours In Islamabad

He came, he talked briefly and he left. All in one afternoon. That sums up U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s fleeting visit to Islamabad on Sept 5. Since expectations were not high, both sides opted to be discreet about disclosing what they...
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Pompeo Seeks ‘path Forward’ With Pakistan, Progress In Anti-terrorism Efforts

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says his mission to Pakistan is for both nations “to find a path forward together” and break the stalemate in Islamabad’s complicated relationship with Washington. Speaking to reporters Tuesday on the...
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