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Pakistan Army Rejects Allegations Leveled by Amnesty International

Rawalpindi: Pakistan army on Thursday rejected allegations leveled  by Amnesty International in which  institution blamed   Pakistan armed forces and Taliban for human rights abuses(AI) in tribal areas of Pakistan. The report titled ‘Pakistan; Report exposes’ the hand of cruelty’ in Pakistan’s tribal areas’. A spokesman of ISPR, while refuting the allegations termed …

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Afghan-US Security Pact Expected Next Year

Washington: The bilateral security agreement (BSA), which would supersede the current status of forces agreement with Afghanistan, is expected to be signed next year, the Pentagon said on Tuesday. “The BSA with Afghanistan we would expect would be entered into probably sometime next year. I don’t have the precise timeline, …

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Taliban Release: Saudi Arabia Backs the Deal

By Arif Qoreshi Islamabad: There are speculations and rumors in Islamabad that it was Saudi Arabia who granted  the fresh deal between Afghanistan High Peace Council and Pakistan on the request of United States, a high placed source prior to diplomatic circles of Islamabad claimed. “Saudi Arabia had been playing …

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India Trains Afghan Army Officers

Mumbai: Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai arrived in Mumbai on Friday afternoon on a four-day visit during which he would discuss with Indian leadership the regional security situation and Indian are also keen to discuss their  engagement in rebuilding efforts in the Afghanistan. Most significant and frustrated development for Pakistan will …

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Ex-Ambassador Husain Haqqani

After working for years as a journalist and adviser to four Pakistani prime ministers, Husain Haqqani became Islamabad’s ambassador to Washington in 2008. He served three and a half often tumultuous years until his resignation in late 2011. Now the director of the Center for International Relations at Boston University, …

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