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U.S. Welcomes Pakistan’s Actions Towards Peace in Afghanistan

The United States said Saturday it welcomes actions Pakistan is taking to promote a negotiated solution to the war in neighboring Afghanistan. The acknowledgement came...

Pakistan Agrees To Cooperate With The U.S. To Achieve Peace in Afghanistan

 Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan renewed Wednesday his resolve to cooperate with the United States to achieve a political settlement with the Taliban to...

U.S. President Donald Trump Seeks Pakistan’s Cooperation For Bringing Peace in Afghanistan

 U.S. President Donald Trump in a letter to Pakistan’s prime minister, Imran Khan, has sought Islamabad’s cooperation in bringing the Taliban to the table...

Afghanistan Led Peace Talks Supported By Nations

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said Wednesday that he had put together a team of diplomats and experts for prospective peace talks with the Taliban. Ghani...

Afghan Leaders Meet In Geneva To Start Peace And Reform Talks

Afghan leaders and international diplomats meet in Geneva on Tuesday to evaluate whether strategies and aid offered to Afghanistan are helping resolve the quagmire...

The Afghanistan Elections

By Vishvi Gupta Afghanistan's parliamentary elections have been eventful with the threat of the Taliban's attack and the constant violence and chaos that has followed...

Grass-Roots Peace Movement Spreads Across Afghanistan

The grass-roots call for peace by some residents that began as a sit-in in Afghanistan’s restive Helmand province is gathering momentum and spreading to...

History of US aid to Pakistan: 1950-2014

It was with the best of intentions that the U.S. funnelled nearly $5.3 billion to Pakistan during the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan in the...

Pashtun activist Farhat Taj exposes dirty nexus between Pakistan army and terrorists

In a shocking video, Pashtun human rights activist, Farhat Taj, research fellow at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Gender Research, University of Oslo, and a member...

Taliban Warns Phone Companies to Shut Down Their Coverage in Ghazni

Ghazni, Washington October 11: Taliban militants have ordered mobile phone companies to shut down their networks at dark in central Ghazni province, provincial police...

No Safe Haven for Terrorists in the Country, Asserts Pakistan ; Becomes Vary of Coercive Action by the US

U.S. President Donald Trump in his speech called out Pakistan for harboring terrorist organizations, including the Taliban and Haqqani network US considering strict...

Plight of Pakistani Schools in Militancy-hit Tribal Regions

Insurgency in Pakistan has destroyed most of the public infrastructure, including education institutions Nearly seven million Pakistani youth do not attend school Over...

Will Pakistan listen to USA and Stop Harboring Taliban and other terrorist groups?

America have been paying Pakistan billions and billions of dollars at the same time Pakistan is housing the very terrorists they are fighting ...

US President Donald Trump’s Tough Stand Against Pakistan and more Highlights from his Speech

We must stop the resurgence of safe havens that enable terrorists to threaten America The new policy by Trump will allow the military...

Threatened, Thrashed And Raped : Afghanistan’s Invisible Taliban Child Brides and Widows are Trapped in Sex Slavery

Child and forced marriage remain a common practice in Afghanistan, particularly among poor families in lure of dowries. Young child brides of Islamist Taliban...

Seven Decades after Partition: Sikhs in Pakistan Struggle amid Bombings and Violence

In today's period, Sikhs in Pakistan are among the smallest minorities Pakistan today uses blasphemy as a weapon against minorities and fellow Muslims...

Pakistani Militant Group Tehreek-i-Taliban (TTP) Now Targeting Women as New Jihad Recruits through their Magazine

TTP magazine published its first ever edition for women, urging them to join as Pakistani militants and fight for Jihad Pakistan's counter-terrorism unit...

Can Flourishing Islamic State (ISIS) be Stopped in Afghanistan?

Depending on the location, the proliferation of IS has drawn varied resistance from the Afghan military, U.S. air support and ground troops, local...

World’s No. 1 opium-producing Country: Afghanistan’s illicit Poppy Harvest on the Rise Again in 2017

Washington, May 21, 2017: The world's No. 1 opium-producing country, Afghanistan, is braced for an exploding poppy harvest this year, as farmers are cultivating the...

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau rebuffs calls for Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan’s Resignation

Ottawa, May 2, 2017: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has rebuffed resignation calls for Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan over his "architect comments for a 2006...

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