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US forces aiding IS in Afghanistan: Hamid Karzai

KABUL: The former Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Sunday has blamed US forces for helping the militant Islamic State group in Afghanistan, media reports. This he said in an exclusive interview with ‘Russia Today’ in London that IS is not only supplied with arms but also uses US bases in …

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Pakistan, Afghanistan and Us agree to eliminate Daish

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan, Afghanistan and the United States expressed their commitment at a tripartite meeting on Thursday expressed their commitment to eliminate the militant Daesh (IS) from the region that could be achieved through information sharing, complementary efforts and enhanced cooperation. According to ISPR press release Participants re-affirmed their resolve to …

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TRUMP’S POLICY FROM PRUDENT TO PETTY

By Mahnoor Saleem Twice tested by Great Britain, once invaded by Russia and now being disassembled by US, Afghanistan has always proved to be a land attracted by peculiar powers. From the time of Nadir shah abdali and Ahmad shah durrani in 1747 to the dismantling of King Zahir shah …

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It is Afghanistan’s turn to destroy terrorist safe havens says Aizaz Chaudhary

Islamabad: Pakistan’s Ambassador to the United States Aizaz Chaudhry on Wednesday said, “It is now Afghanistan’s turn to destroy terrorist safe havens on its soil”. In an interview with the state-owned television channel, Chaudhry reiterated that Pakistan has destroyed all terrorist safe havens on its soil. ‘Pakistan is willing to work with …

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Afghan Military delegation meets Corps Commander Peshawar

Peshawar: A high-level Afghan military delegation, led by Lt Gen Muhammad Zaman Waziri on Friday called on  Peshawar  Corps Commander Lt Gen Nazir Ahmed Butt in Peshawar  and discussed  areas of mutual security. According to the  Inter-Services  Public Relations (ISPR), the seven-member delegation discussed areas of mutual security interests and …

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