Friday , January 19 2018


Afghanistan News

Pakistani Clerics: Expelled from Afghanistan

  Islamabad:Afghan security officials have expelled over 30 ‘Pakistani clerics’ from mosques in southern Kandahar province over ‘provocative speeches’ to encourage people for an ‘uprising against the government’, an Afghan official told The Express Tribune on Tuesday. Hamdullah Nazak, governor of district Dand in Kandahar, said that Pakistani clerics had …

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Pakistan Reopens NATO Supply after Assurance of $3 Billions

By Arif Qoreshi Islamabad: Pakistan has  decided to reopen the Ground Lines of Communication (GLOC) for NATO troops fighting in Afghanistan after the United States said “sorry” over the attack on the Salala Check Post last November in which 25 Pakistani soldiers were killed. The decision was taken at a …

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Pak US Talks Fails to Reopen NATO Supplies

ISLAMABAD: The latest high-level talks between the United States and Pakistan ended with out any initiative on Friday after  Pakistan demands an unconditional apology from the Obama administration on Salaa Attack which resulted in the death of 24 Pakistani soldiers last November, the New York Times has reported. The White …

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Afghanistan, Pakistan Satisfy over Karzai’s Visit Outcome

  ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar and Afghan Ambassador Mohammad Umar Daudzai expressed their satisfaction over the outcome of President Hamid Karzai’s visit in connection with peace process in Afghanistan. Sources close to the Ambassador of Afghanistan, who called on the Foreign Minister Wednesday, told Online that Daudzai also …

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ISLAMABAD:19-02-2012, Not for the  first time Saudi Arabia offered to mediate in Afghan issue but put hard condition to do that according to AFP. AFP quoted a senior Saudi Arabian official on the condition of anonymity they are committed as they were in the past but the parties related to …

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