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Twenty-eight-year old Abid Naseer from Pakistan has been found guilty by a US court of taking part in an al Qaeda plot to attack targets in Europeâ€¦
euronews.net.feedsportal.com 05 Mar 2015 09:32
Washington: Tension between India and Pakistan threatens regional stability and “largely drives” the latter’s strategy in Afghanistan, a top US military officer has told a Congress committee. “Tension between India and Pakistan continue to threaten regional stability and largely drives Pakistan’s regional strategy, especially as it relates to Afghanistan,” US Central Command Chief General Lloyd ...
www.theshillongtimes.com 05 Mar 2015 04:19
WASHINGTON: As US President Barack Obama discussed the final withdrawal of his troops from Afghanistan, Pakistan has indicated that it would welcome any delay in the expected pullout. A slowing of the timetable for withdrawing US troops from Afghanistan ...
www.bing.com 05 Mar 2015 01:28
Washington: The Pakistani Army appear to be taking meaningful steps to back up their words that they can no longer discriminate between "good and bad" terrorists after the recent Peshawar school attack, a top US general based in Kabul told lawmakers.
www.bing.com 04 Mar 2015 10:39
Pakistani student found guilty by US court of heading Al Qaeda cell that plotted bomb attacks on Manchester shopping centre and New York subway
The men were released without charge but ordered to leave the country, a fate Naseer avoided because a judge ruled he would likely be mistreated if he were sent to Pakistan. He was finally extradited to the U.S in 2013 after fighting the decision at the ...
www.bing.com 04 Mar 2015 03:20
Pakistan's Environmental Protection Agency announced this week that it has awarded a US$1.4 billion contract for development of the 720-MW Karot hydroelectric project on the Jhelum River in the Rawalpindi district of Pakistan, to a group of Pakistani and ...
www.bing.com 04 Mar 2015 12:32
It has been a long and controversial journey that began with Abid Naseer's radicalisation in Pakistan and ends in a maximum security prison in the US. But although MI5 and police in Britain have been vindicated by the verdict in a Brooklyn federal court ...
www.bing.com 04 Mar 2015 11:43
Islamabad, March 4 (IANS) Certain events in 1999, such as the Pakistan Army bypassing the civilian government to launch a war on India, has had immense consequences for the India-Pakistan relationship and have worked to make Pakistan progressively irrelevant in the international community, said an article in the Daily Times Wednesday. "In the context of Pakistan-India relations, the year 1999 ...
en-maktoob.news.yahoo.com 04 Mar 2015 11:06
By Greg Stutchbury NAPIER (Reuters) - Pakistan coach Waqar Younis has urged the International Cricket Council and other cricketing countries to return to playing matches in the strife-torn nation. Pakistan have not played a series at home since February 2009 when the Sri Lanka team bus was attacked in Lahore and six policemen and a van driver were killed. Since then Pakistan have played all of ...
sg.sports.yahoo.com 04 Mar 2015 11:00
Karachi, march 04 (ANI): US Central Command (CENTCOM) Chief General Lloyd Austin has said that Pakistan's tensions with India directly affects the country's strategy in Afghanistan and has an impact on the regional stability. According to the Express Tribune, Lloyd told Congress that India-Pakistan tension "drives Pakistan's regional stability" and especially since it relates to Afghanistan.
in.news.yahoo.com 04 Mar 2015 06:14
A poor show against India in their last game notwithstanding, UAE’s leading all-rounder Amjad Javed believes that they can scare or maybe even beat Pakistan in their next match at Napier on Wednesday (today). Javed, born in Dubai and is a Pakistan national, wants to defeat his own county. “They [Pakistan] looked under pressure as they know they are playing against a good side. Nine players in ...
en-maktoob.news.yahoo.com 04 Mar 2015 05:51
Washington — Hints from senior Obama administration officials that the United States could put off the planned end-of-2016 military withdrawal from Afghanistan are viewed positively by neighboring Pakistan, the country’s ambassador to Washington, Jalil ...
www.bing.com 04 Mar 2015 03:21
WASHINGTON: With Pakistan and India inching towards a thaw in bilateral relations, US Central Command (CENTCOM) Chief General Lloyd Austin told a Congress committee on Tuesday that tensions between the two nuclear-tipped neighbours affects regional ...
www.bing.com 03 Mar 2015 03:33
Pakistani officials said in January that Islamabad had decided to outlaw the militant group and that a formal announcement would come "within weeks". "These are the kind of issues that are in the works, I would say," Jalil Abbas Jilani said at a Washington ...
www.bing.com 03 Mar 2015 11:55
Pakistan's powerful spy chief has left on an official trip to the United States, the military said Wednesday, with possible peace talks between Afghanistan and the Afghan Taliban likely to be on the agenda. It is Lieutenant General Rizwan Akhtar's first official visit to the US since taking charge of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agency last year. Pakistan has a civilian government but ...
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