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Pakistani man aims to bring shade to Iraq’s Arbaeen pilgrims

A retired Pakistani industrialist sent thousands of saplings to Iraq on Friday to bring shade to pilgrims, an idea formed when his relatives returned...

Foreign investors push into Pakistan’s rupee bonds

Pakistan is enjoying an unprecedented rush of foreign investment just months after the country secured an IMF bailout package, as fund managers are lured...

Ruling on Pakistan army chief’s tenure likely today

Pakistan sends teenagers to compete against India after ITF moves fixture from Islamabad to Kazakhstan over security. The Pakistan Supreme Court on Wednesday postponed...

Tehran Hosts Taliban Leaders for Afghan Peace Talks

Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif has hosted leaders of Afghanistan’s Taliban insurgency and discussed efforts aimed at finding a negotiated settlement to the Afghan...

Afghanistan orders additional MD 530F helos

  Afghanistan is to receive a further 12 MD Helicopters Inc (MDHI) MD 530F Cayuse Warrior light attack and reconnaissance rotorcraft, to add to the...

Ma’ruf Amin Highlights Commitment in Afghanistan’s Peace Process

  Indonesian Vice President Ma'ruf Amin underlined that Indonesia's commitment in supporting the peace process in Afghanistan is based on humanitarian reasons and is free of any hidden agenda. The Ma'ruf Amin delivered the...

UK covered up war crimes in Afghanistan and Iraq

  BBC TV’s flagship “Panorama” programme has broadcast interviews and evidence revealing that the Ministry of Defence (MoD) repeatedly covered up war crimes committed by...

Indian-American Killed in Terrorist Attack on UN Vehicle in Kabul, Confirms Mike Pompeo

  Indian-American Anil Raj was killed in a terrorist attack in Kabul, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Tuesday. I want to confirm with...

“Pink Shuttle” Helps Women Navigate Conservative Society

  Parisa Haidary walks away from a mini-bus after she dropped off her girls passengers in Kabul. (AFP) Kabul:  Parisa Haidary will get behind the steering wheel...

Pakistan, Afghanistan Forces Clash In Border Areas; Pak Troops Suffer Heavy Casualties

  In a military clash between Pakistan and Afghanistan at Chitral district of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, the former has suffered heavy casualties, reports Asian News International. The Inter-Services Public Relations...

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