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Afghan rivals to meet in China after US talks stall

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China is organising talks among Afghanistan's rival factions as part of efforts to end years of war after negotiations between the Taliban and the United States on the withdrawal of US forces broke down. China, which shares a short border with Afghanistan, has been trying to encourage peace efforts and last month a Taliban delegation visited Beijing for talks wi

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Pakistan to participate in four-party meeting on Afghan...

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Pakistan to participate in four-party meeting on Afghan peace process in Moscow Foreign Office (FO) spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal on 23 October 2019  said Pakistan will take part in the upcoming round of a four-party meeting on the Afghan peace process, scheduled to be held in Moscow. During a weekly press briefing, Dr Faisal

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Indian agent’ Umar Daud Khattak arrested on Torkham border

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On 22 Aug 2019, An alleged spy who was identified Umar Daud Khattak was caught by FIA While he was trying to cross in Pakistan via Torkham border. Umar Daud Khattak was in living in Afghanistan as Afghan citizen from many years and had been a Pashtun Activist, who had been calling himself a commander of Pashtun people trying to put criticism on Pakistan for treating b

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ICJ condemns Indian revocation of Article 370

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Indian paramilitary troopers stand guard at a roadblock at Maisuma locality in Srinagar The International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) has condemned the legislative steps taken by India in occupied Kashmir and urged the Indian government to "respect, protect and fulfil the human rights of people in Jammu and Kashmir." India rushed

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CHINA REJECTS INDIAN MOVES IN KASHMIR

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BEIJING - Beijing has criticised India’s decision to change the status of Jammu and Kashmir, a state that borders China, accusing New Delhi of undermining its territorial sovereignty. China’s statement was most critical of the impact of India’s actions on the mainly Buddhist region of Ladakh - an area of strategic i

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Did the family of Pakistani politician who has become...

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Did the family of Pakistani politician who has become the poster boy for British overseas aid STEAL funds meant for earthquake victims, asks DAVID ROSE Shahbaz Sharif leads Pakistan's main opposition party and was a chief minister  Up

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Who benefited from Sri Lankan tragedy?

  0 comments   |     by Adeela Naureen

A devastating series of eight bomb blasts ripped through churches holding Easter services and high-end hotels in Sri Lanka on 21 Apr 19, killing nearly 300 people, including dozens of foreigners and injuring nearly 500. International media especially that of India are in the forefront in reporting that a local Islamist extremist group called the National Tawheed Jam

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CPEC is the perfect opportunity for Pakistan to pivot to Africa

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All Great Powers, including most recently even Russia and India, are increasingly expanding their influence in Africa as they seek to take part in the continent’s expected growth across this century, and CPEC provides the perfect opportunity for Pakistan to pivot there too so long as the country’s decision makers are aware of its many opportunities and s

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Is Chabahar becoming India’s ‘Achilles heel’?

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Notwithstanding the potential and the role that Iran sees the Chabahar port will play in somewhat helping her escape the US sanctions, the port’s business potential continues to remain under-utilised and under-productive, causing Iran to worry about its future, leading it to seek out other countries that might invest in the port to meet its true potential. In la

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US, India, Japan lack Beijing’s financial muscle to challenge China at Indo-Pacific

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Australia, India, Japan and the US lack the financial muscle to challenge China’s vast infrastructure funding initiative in the Indo-Pacific, and should rather focus on alternative strengths according to London-based think tank the Henry Jackson Society (HJS). In a report released on Wednesday (AEDT), the HJS highlights shortcomings in the four countries&rsquo

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