Tuesday , October 17 2017


BALUCHISTAN: The Other Side of the Picture

 By Abdullah Khan Half-truth is always more dangerous than full lie. Unfortunately a section of our national media is telling half-truth about Baluchistan issue. The ‘truth tellers’ insist that the public should accept their half-truth as full picture of the issue. I don’t know real motives behind this practice as …

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Afghans Don't Hate America

MAX BOOT Violent Afghan protests over the burning of Qurans have strengthened the hand of those in Washington who argue for a faster reduction of U.S. troops. Especially galling was an incident of violence within Afghanistan’s Interior Ministry, in which a disaffected driver shot and killed two American advisers. Many …

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Khojaly Genocide — Twenty Years On

DASHGIN SHIKAROV   Armenian-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict rages on for the last more than 20 years. Nagorno-Karabakh is an enclave located within the internationally recognised borders of Azerbaijan. From ancient times up to the early 19th century, this region was part of different Azerbaijani states and populated by Azerbaijanis. Rapid mass …

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