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International Business Times UKIsis commander in Pakistan 'claims Islamic State funding routed through the US'International Business Times UKThe Islamic State (Isis) commander in Pakistan has reportedly confessed to receiving funds routed through the US to recruit militants to fight in the Syrian civil war. Pakistan's Express Tribune reports that on 22 January, Pakistani law enforcement ...Islamic State Leader in Pakistan Gets Funds via US Sputnik InternationalIslamic State operative confesses to receiving funding through US - report RTall 4 news articles »
news.google.com 28 Jan 2015 06:44
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Pakistan Today'Foreigners' among 7 jihadists killed in US drone strike in PakistanLong War JournalLast year the US launched 24 airstrikes inside Pakistan; 19 of those strikes took place in n North Waziristan and four more in South Waziristan. The number of operations has decreased since the program's peak in 2010, when 117 attacks were recorded by ...US drone strike kills seven in North Waziristan Pakistan Today6 militants killed in US drone strike in NW Pakistan Business StandardSeven killed in US drone strike in Pakistan Daijiworld.com Web India  - dunyanews.tv (press release) (blog)  - New Keralaall 233 news articles »
news.google.com 28 Jan 2015 05:21
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Pakistan expresses serious concern over a recent nuclear deal between the US and India.
www.presstv.ir 28 Jan 2015 04:39
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Visibly riled by President Barack Obama’s visit and joint remarks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Pakistan has hit out at the Indo-U.S. joint statement that it says will have “longer term implications for Pakistan’s security.” Pakistan Prime ...
www.bing.com 28 Jan 2015 12:13
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Islamabad, Jan 28: Pakistan has expressed serious concern over the finalisation of a nuclear deal between the US and India, saying it would have destabilising impact on regional stability."The operationalisation of India-US nuclear deal for political and economic expediencies would have
www.oneindia.com 28 Jan 2015 08:28
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OneindiaVadodara Mayor sparks row, says 'US-Pakistan are terrorist producing factories'OneindiaThe Mayor further added that after Independence, India took up path of development while Pakistan and US set up factories producing terrorists in their countries. At the same time in New Delhi, the Narendra Modi-led NDA government had rolled up the red ...Mayor says 'US making terrorists' Times of Indiaall 5 news articles »
news.google.com 28 Jan 2015 08:27
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Following U.S. President Barack Obama's recent visit in India, Pakistan declared its opposition to the U.S.-India Nuclear Suppliers Group deal, saying, "the move will further compound the already fragile strategic stability environment in South Asia.
www.bing.com 28 Jan 2015 07:33
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Islamabad: Peeved at the breakthrough in the India-US nuclear deal, Pakistan on Tuesday said the move for "political and economic expediencies" would have a "detrimental" impact on deterrence stability in South Asia.Hours after US President Barack Obama concluded ....
www.indiatvnews.com 28 Jan 2015 05:41
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Vadodara, Jan 28: At a time when the entire nation is feeling proud to host US President Barack Obama in the 66th Republic Day celebrations, Vadodara Mayor has sparked a controversy by accusing the US of producing terrorists. As per a report published in ...
www.bing.com 28 Jan 2015 04:43
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Pakistan on Tuesday said the operationalization of the Indo-US nuclear deal for political and economic expediencies would have a detrimental impact on deterrence stability in South Asia.
www.newkerala.com 28 Jan 2015 04:22
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ISLAMABAD: Peeved at the breakthrough in the operationalisation of the Indo-US nuclear deal, Pakistan today said the move for "political and economic expediencies" would have a "detrimental" impact on deterrence stability in South Asia. Hours after US ...
www.bing.com 28 Jan 2015 03:07
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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tuesday said it opposed a new nuclear deal signed between the US and India during a recent trip to New Delhi by President Barak Obama, saying it was detrimental to stability in South Asia.
www.arabnews.com 28 Jan 2015 02:14
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NPR (blog)Pakistanis View Obama's India Visit With A Touch Of IrritationNPR (blog)A black and white photograph captures a scene that could never happen today. It shows an American president riding through the streets of a city in Pakistan in a gleaming horse-drawn carriage, as if he's the Queen of England. The city is Karachi, in ...Pakistan resents US concession to India The HinduObama's visit to India gives Pakistan pause Los Angeles TimesPakistan Warns U.S.-India Nuclear Ties May Destabilize Region Bloomberg Times of India  - ABP Newsall 184 news articles »
news.google.com 28 Jan 2015 12:47
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(Bloomberg) -- Pakistan has warned that growing U.S. cooperation with India on its civilian nuclear program could destabilize a region with a quarter of the world’s people. President Barack Obama announced during a three-day trip to New Delhi this week ...
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Pakistan Tuesday said it opposed a new nuclear deal signed between the US and India during a recent trip to New Delhi by President Barak Obama, saying it was detrimental to stability in South Asia. The US and India reached an agreement Sunday during Obama's visit to New Delhi, breaking the deadlock that has stalled a civilian nuclear power agreement for years. The US and India in 2008 signed a ...
news.yahoo.com 27 Jan 2015 10:37
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Pakistan on Tuesday offered a trenchant critique of the ‘operationlisation of the US-India nuclear deal’ and New Delhi’s bid to become a permanent member of the UN Security Council in its first detailed reaction to US President Barack Obama’s visit ...
www.bing.com 27 Jan 2015 08:37
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Daily News & AnalysisIndo-US nuclear deal to impact deterrence stability in South Asia: PakistanEconomic TimesHours after US President Barack Obama concluded his unprecedented second visit to India, Pakistan Prime Minister's Adviser on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz opposed India's bid for membership to the 48-member Nuclear Suppliers Group ...Indo-US Nuclear-deal: Pakistan cries foul Daily News & AnalysisPakistan opposes India's UNSC membership bid India TodayPakistan opposes new India-US nuclear deal SAMAA TV NDTVall 233 news articles »
news.google.com 27 Jan 2015 08:10
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Islamabad, Jan 27 (IANS) The India-US relationship is "seemingly about smiles and opportunities", while the Pakistan-India relationship "is about grimaces and perceptions", a leading daily said Tuesday on the concluding day of US President Barack Obama's three-day state visit to India. "As the US and India bask in the glow of a rejuvenated friendship, a civilian nuclear deal that may finally ...
en-maktoob.news.yahoo.com 27 Jan 2015 06:36
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IBNLiveIndia, US target Pakistan over terrorism but China calls it an 'all weather ...IBNLiveBeijing: Calling Pakistan an "irreplaceable" all-weather friend, China on Monday pledged full support to it amid the high-profile visit of US President Barack Obama to India. The comments came as Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi other leaders met ...With Obama in India, China Hosts Pakistan's Army Chief The DiplomatCOAS informed US of Indian interference, Senate committee told Geo News, PakistanEvidence of 'India's involvement in terrorism' conveyed to US: Pakistan New Kerala The Nationall 143 news articles »
news.google.com 27 Jan 2015 03:33
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CSI Lahore: US forensics big shot comes home to help PakistanReutersLAHORE, Pakistan (Reuters) - As one of America's top forensic scientists, Mohammad Tahir uncovered evidence that helped jail boxer Mike Tyson for rape, convict serial killer John Wayne Gacy and clear doctor Sam Sheppard of murdering his wife.US forensics scientist comes home to help Pakistan gulfnews.comUS forensics expert returns home to help Pakistan The Nationalall 31 news articles »
news.google.com 26 Jan 2015 06:25
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Foreign Policy (blog)The Art of US-Pakistan RelationsForeign Policy (blog)The U.S.-Pakistan relationship remains an enigmatic story of converging and competing interests, and above all, magnificent delusions that the former Pakistani Ambassador Haqqani elaborated in his recent book, Pakistan, the United States, and an Epic ...and more »
news.google.com 26 Jan 2015 04:43
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Foreign Policy (blog)India, US Reach Nuclear Deal; Rebels Plunge Pakistan Into …Foreign Policy (blog)U.S. President Barack Obama and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday announced a landmark nuclear deal amid Obama's historic three-day visit to New Delhi, where expectations have been high for a revival of bilateral relations between the ...Relax Pakistan! Obama's trip to India will not jeopardise Pak-US relations The Express Tribune (blog)What Pakistan Makes of Obama-Modi Chemistry NDTVPakistan's future worries both India, US Times of India New York Times  - Telegraph.co.ukall 9,203 news articles »
news.google.com 26 Jan 2015 01:57
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'A three generation US-Pakistan relationship is not likely to be snapped any time soon. All this presents an irritant to an India that wishes to concentrate on economic development,' says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd).
www.rediff.com 25 Jan 2015 06:15
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WASHINGTON: The Deputy National Security Adviser at the White House Ben Rhodes has said that the United States’ relations with Pakistan and India are not at expense of the other. “It’s important that we make clear, and the [US] President did last ...
www.bing.com 22 Jan 2015 10:27
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Voice of AmericaUS-Pakistan Strategic Dialogue Joint StatementUS Department of State (press release)Pakistan Adviser to the Prime Minister on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met in Islamabad on January 13, 2015, for the fifth Ministerial level Pakistan-U.S. Strategic Dialogue. The last ...US: Pakistan Willing to Attack Taliban, Haqqani Militants Voice of AmericaKerry Vows Aid for Displaced Pakistanis New York TimesWhy Pakistan will remain a key US ally Deutsche Welle Reuters  - Yahoo News  - Channel News Asiaall 1,730 news articles »
news.google.com 13 Jan 2015 01:38
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The US and Pakistan vowed Tuesday to intensify a crackdown on militants hiding in lawless border areas, as top diplomat John Kerry urged renewed peace talks with India to strengthen regional stability. Last month's shocking school massacre in Peshawar by ...
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