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WASHINGTON: The leader of Pakistan's Mohajir community centered in Karachi has asked his followers to seek intervention of the United Nations, NATO, United States, and even India, to save the ethnic group from persecution by Pakistan's Punjabi-dominated ...
www.bing.com 03 Aug 2015 10:07
US should evacuate completely from Afghanistan, and also US should now accept and digest Pakistan as an Atomic Power and a sovereign state and stop interfering in our National interests and in our politics. If this is all happen believe me they will find ...
www.bing.com 03 Aug 2015 09:00
State Department says lifting sanctions for commercial deals with Iran not yet WASHINGTON – US State Department spokesperson Mark Toner has said that the Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project will not yet benefit from the nuclear agreement that may ease ...
www.bing.com 03 Aug 2015 05:56
WASHINGTON: Despite a change in the Taliban leadership, the United States wants Pakistan to continue its efforts for promoting talks between the Taliban and the Afghan government, says the US State Department. “We think the time is right for these ...
www.bing.com 01 Aug 2015 08:24
The US has lauded Pakistan’s role in dialogue process between Kabul and Afghan Taliban, saying that Islamabad has played a helpful role in the reconciliation process. Mark C. Toner, Deputy Spokesperson for US State Department, in daily press briefing ...
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Spokesman says peace process as ‘moment of opportunity’ for Taliban to rebuild their lives, peace in Afghan WASHINGTON – Appreciating Pakistan's constructive role in the Afghan reconciliation process, a US State Department spokesman encouraged the ...
www.bing.com 31 Jul 2015 06:17
U.S. intelligence officials suspected Pakistan of sheltering Taliban leader Mullah Mohammad Omar, one of the world's most wanted men, for years before his death, according to a published report. On Wednesday, Afghan officials announced that they believed ...
www.bing.com 31 Jul 2015 01:00
The deputy chief of a US Senate panel has called for continued cooperation between Islamabad and Washington to neutralise any threat that the Islamic State (IS) poses to the region. Dianne Feinstein, vice chairperson of the US Senate Select Committee on ...
www.bing.com 25 Jul 2015 12:18
ISLAMABAD: US Senator Dianne Feinstein stressed on Wednesday the need for continued cooperation between Pakistan and the US to combat the emerging threat of the Islamic State (IS). The statement came during meetings held between Special Assistant to the ...
www.bing.com 23 Jul 2015 10:26
WASHINGTON: US lawmakers, while pleased with Pakistan’s resolve to combat extremists along the Afghan border, are pressing the country also to crack down on other militant groups. The prime minister’s special assistant on foreign affairs Syed Tariq ...
www.bing.com 23 Jul 2015 07:59