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Afghan intelligence agency blames volleyball bombing on Haqqani network
The Express Tribune

FROM PAKISTANI BORDER TO KABUL, DOZENS KILLED

Afghanistan's National Directorate of Security blamed the Haqqani network, a hardline militant group aligned with the Taliban, for the suicide blast at a volleyball game that killed 57 people. A suicide bomber on a motorbike mixed in with ... Misna, 8 hours ago

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Suicide bomber kills dozens at Afghan volleyball match

The attack is the deadliest in Afghanistan this year. It happened in eastern Paktika province, bordering Pakistan, during the final of a three-day tournament with a huge crowd in attendance. The spokesman for the provincial governor, Mokhlis ...
 Voice of Russia5 hours ago 2 NATO servicemembers killed in Afghanistan attack - Withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan threatens rollback of women's gains  FOXNews.com5 hours ago Suicide attack kills 57 at volleyball match in Afghanistan  Canberra Times6 hours ago Afghanistan: 50 dead after suicide attack during volleyball match  EuroNews6 hours ago
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The Nation Pakistan

Advisor on Foreign Affairs says Pakistan and Afghanistan have agreed on a mechanism to address issue of security on border.

Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz says Pakistan US strategic and economic relations are advancing towards betterment. Talking to Vice of America, he said US Secretary of State John Kerry is expected to visit Pakistan in the beginning of next ...
 Radio Pakistan7 hours ago Pak-Afghan ties entering a new phase: Sartaj Aziz  The Express Tribune3 hours ago Pak-US relations improving; want good relations with Afghanistan: Sartaj  The Nation Pakistan5 hours ago Pak-US ties improving, says Sartaj Aziz  DAWN Group7 hours ago

´╗┐Development works on Torkham border halted after Afghan protest

Home ┬╗ Peshawar By Peshawar: Development work regarding construction of terminal at Torkham border was stopped when the Afghanauthoritiesprotested against it on Saturday here at Torkham border,officialand local sources said. The sources said, ...
 Pakistan Press International11 hours ago Work on Torkham terminal stopped after Afghan protest  The Nation Pakistan1 day ago
Jagran Post

Second OSCE BMSC Cross-Border Research Conference concludes with field trip to Tajik-Afghan border

Ilona Kazaryan The OSCE Border Management Staff College's Second Cross-Border Research Conference, this year focusing on border security in the era of globalization and the challenges of migration, concluded on 21 November 2014 with a field ...
 OSCE8 hours ago ISIS presence in Pakistan and Afghanistan  World Tribune Pakistan4 days ago Five militants and two Afghan soldiers killed at the Pakistan-Afghanistan border in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa  South Asian Terrorism Portal1 week ago Seven killed in Pakistan-Afghanistan border clash  Business Standard1 week ago
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Pakistan seeks anti-terror cooperation with new Afghan government

Pakistan Thursday said it will seek to resolve all terrorism-related and border issues with the new Afghan government.Cross-border attacks and blame game have soured relations between the two neighbours while their cooperation is important not only for peace ...
 Prokerala1 month ago Iran-Pakistan: Can Rouhani Resolve Tensions? Analysis  Eurasia Review2 hours ago

Nato supplies

Trucks carrying logistic supplies for the Nato forces in Afghanistan wait for clearance near the Afghan border in Chaman, Pakistan, yesterday. Several trucks transporting logistic supplies of Nato forces cross into Pakistan on a regular basis, ...
 Qatar Peninsula1 day ago
Rediff.com

Dawood is at Afghan-Pak border, says Rajnath

Home Minister Rajnath Singh has disclosed that underworld don Dawood Ibrahim is currently staying along the Pak-Afghan border, sheltered by Pakistan. He added that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has told his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif to hand over ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago Rajnath Singh reveals Dawood Ibrahim currently in Pak-Afghan border, accuses Pakistan of sponsoring terrorism  DNA India2 days ago Pak sponsoring terrorism, Dawood is in Afghan border: Rajnath  Deccan Herald2 days ago Dawood in Af-Pak border, but Islamabad won't hand him over: Rajnath  Rediff.com2 days ago
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The Express Tribune

Afghanistan closes border with Pakistan

November 23, 2014 Afghan officials on Saturday closed the border with Pakistan in Khyber tribal region. According to a private news channel, the closure of border caused long queues of vehicles on Pak-Afghan border crossing impeding the cross ...
 Business Recorder1 day ago Border reopens: Pakistan halts work at Torkham  The Express Tribune2 days ago
Mumbai Mirror

Pak sponsoring terrorism, hiding Dawood on border with Afghanistan: Rajnath

India building diplomatic pressure on Pakistan to hand Dawood over, says home minister. Blaming Pakistan for sponsoring terrorism in India, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday said the neighbouring country is providing shelter to underworld don ...
 Mumbai Mirror2 days ago
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