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Pakistan hampering US peace efforts in Afghanistan: Voice of Karachi chief

Voice of Karachi Chairman Nadeem Nusrat has said that at a time, when Pakistan’s military establishment, its spy agency ISI in particular, is inflicting one wound after another on Afghanistan, the United States needs reliable partners in the region.

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Pakistan Prevents U.S. Diplomat From Leaving the Country

The authorities in Pakistan barred an American diplomat involved in a fatal traffic accident from leaving the country on Saturday and briefly detained him for questioning, according to a senior Pakistani intelligence official.

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Archbishop in Pakistan appeals for prayers after another attack on Christians

A leading Pakistan bishop has appealed for prayer after Christians in Quetta suffered their third attack in five months.

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Turkey, Iran, Pakistan to establish transit corridor

Iran is set to establish a transportation and transit corridor with Turkey and Pakistan in the near future, Iran’s Road and Urban Development Minister Abbas Akhoundi said, according to a report in Iran’s IRNA state news agency.

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The India-Pakistan-China triangle: a need for forward thinking development

If one were to look at the India-China relationship, apart from territorial disputes, one of the major bones of contention between both countries has been Beijing’s close ties with Pakistan.

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Gunmen in Pakistan kill trans woman, friend

Police in Pakistan say gunmen riding on motorcycle shot and killed a transgender woman and her friend in the northwestern city of Peshawar.

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Iran won’t let its territory be used against Pakistan: Zarif

Iran on Monday reiterated that it will not allow its territory to be used against Pakistan.

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What’s on the agenda of Zarif’s visit to Islamabad?

Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif is on an official trip to Pakistan to explore ways for the enhancement of bilateral relations. This comes as Tehran and Islamabad have recently experienced very close contacts, in terms of official visits and mutual understandings.

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Zardari defends decision of sending troops to S. Arabia

Contrary to the stance of many leaders of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), party co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari has defended the decision of sending 1,600 Pakistani troops to Saudi Arabia.

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Diplomat calls for boosting Pakistan-Iran trade

Iranian Consul General Muhammad Rafie has said that the volume of trade between Pakistan and Iran has reached the mark of $1.5 billion per year and his country wants it to increase to a record level of $5bn.

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Pakistani leading rights activist, Asma Jehangir, dead at 66

Asma Jehangir, one of Pakistan’s most prominent right activists and lawyers, died on Sunday of a heart attack in the eastern city of Lahore at the age of 66, her daughter said.

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Iran to take legal action if Pakistan fails to develop gas pipeline

Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said Sunday that Iran has held its end of the bargain by taking the Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline to the Pakistani border, but Pakistan has not yet taken any action in this regard.

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Israeli Ambassador Claims Iran has 82,000-Strong Army in Syria

On Tuesday, Israel’s envoy to the UN Danny Danon said that Iran controls a force of 82,000 fighters in Syria: 60,000 Syrian troops; 10,000 Shiite militiamen from Afghanistan, Iraq and Pakistan; 9,000 members of the Lebanese Iran-aligned militia Hezbollah; and 3,000 Iranian Revolutionary Guards.

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Iranian delegation shows interest in Pakistan’s agriculture sector

A delegation from Iran expressed interest in developing strong trade relations with Pakistan in agriculture products.

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A litmus test for Pakistan’s democracy: Looking ahead to 2018

is an important year for Pakistan. Not only will it mark the second transition from one democratically elected government to another, but will also provide a likely showdown between three of the country’s main political parties.

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US Decides to Suspend Multimillion Military Aid to Pakistan – Reports

The US authorities decided to withhold $255 million in military aid to Pakistan after US President Donald Trump’s critical remarks about the south Asian country, local media reported.

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