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Pak, Afghan discuss reconciliation process
Pakistan Observer

Afghan envoy discusses Taliban peace process with Aziz in Pak

An Afghan official today met top Pakistani diplomat and discussed a host of issues, including the fate of Afghan peace process after the death of Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour in a US drone attack recently. Afghan envoy Hazrat Omar Zakhilwal ... Business Standard, 1 day ago
Pak, Afghan discuss reconciliation process Pakistan Observer, 22 hours ago

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Officer accused of verifying Mansour Pak ID seeks bail

Rafique Tareen, a former revenue officer, who was arrested for allegedly verifying the national identity card of slain Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour under a fake name, submitted a bail plea in court. Mansour had used the fake identity of Wali Muhammad.
 Asian Age1 day ago PTI - PAK-ID - Pak to verify all identity cards after Mansour slip up  Namibia Press Agency5 days ago Pak to verify all identity cards after Mansour slip up  The Freepress Journal5 days ago
Dunya News

New challenges in Pak-US relations

After the death of Afghan Taliban leader Mulla Akhtar Mansour in a US drone attack in Pakistan's Kochaki area of Nushki district near Afghanistan border, USA and Pakistan relations are once again tensed. Pakistan has formally protested to US on ...
 Dunya News3 days ago Taliban splinter group denies allegiance to newly chosen leader  Equilibrio Informativo1 day ago Hardening US stance  DAWN Group1 day ago Mullah Mansour's killing: USA says will carry out strikes to remove terrorists  Equilibrio Informativo2 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

Pak registers FIR against US officials for drone strike that killed Taliban chief

Quetta : A Pakistani officer says police have registered a case against unknown US officials, seeking to press murder charges over a May 21 drone strike that killed Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour and a driver. Abdul Wakil Mengal said Sunday ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 days ago Afghan Taliban leader Mansour killed in US drone strike in Pak  Chandigarh Tribune1 week ago PTI - PAK-MANSOUR - Pak seeking information on death of Taliban chief: FO  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago Pak seeks clarification of US strike on Afghan Taliban leader Mansour  Hindustan Times1 week ago
Indian Express

US tells Pak to go after terrorists

The US has asked Pakistan to go after terrorists especially the Taliban leadership, days after an American drone killed Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour in the country's troubled Balochistan province. We continue to cooperate closely with ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 days ago US wants Pak to go after Taliban leaders after chief Mansour's death  Deccan Chronicle3 days ago The new Taliban chief  Mid Day5 days ago US to eliminate terrorists targeting American soldiers  Indian Express1 week ago
The Express Tribune

Drone attack killing Mullah Mansour bad for ties with US: Pak army chief

Islamabad: The US drone attack on Pakistan's soil to kill Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Mansour is detrimental to bilateral ties, Pakistan army chief General Raheel Sharif on Wednesday. Sharif told this to US Ambassador David Hale who visited the ...
 Deccan Chronicle6 days ago Naushki attack: Drone strikes detrimental to Pak-US ties, says COAS  The Express Tribune5 days ago Drone attack 'detrimental' to bilateral ties: Pak army chief tells US  IndiaTV News6 days ago PTI - PAK-ARMY - Drone attack 'detrimental' for ties with US: Pak army chief  Namibia Press Agency6 days ago
Times of India

US-Pak relation intensifies: Two Pakistan-based groups added to terror blacklist by US

Washington: The United States (US) on Wednesday added two Pakistan-based groups with links to the Taliban as global terrorist threats. As Specially Designated Global Terrorists, US citizens are forbidden from associating with the Tariq Gidar ...
 Siasat Daily5 days ago US designates 2 more Pak outfits as terror groups  Times of India6 days ago PTI - US-TERROR - US puts 2 Pak-based groups on its terror blacklist  Namibia Press Agency6 days ago US lists two Pak outfits as terror groups  Bangladesh Daily Star5 days ago
Ani News

TTP attempting to destabilize Pak with India's help: Khwaja Asif

May 29, 5:39 pm Sialkot, May 29 ( ANI ): Pakistan Defence Minister Khwaja Asif has said that the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) leaders were busy hatching conspiracies to destabilise Islamabad with India's help. Asif said that Pakistan had ...
 Ani News2 days ago
Siasat Daily

Pak Defence Minister decries US inaction over TTP safe haven in Afghanistan

Sialkot (Pakistan) : Asserting that top leadership of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) enjoys safe haven in Afghanistan, Defence Minister Khawaja Asif has said no international power, including the United States, is willing to take action ...
 Siasat Daily2 days ago
Ani News

Pak. can help U.S. destabilise Taliban: Senator Bob Corker

Washington, May 28 (ANI): U.S Senator Bob Corker, the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, has said that Pakistan's support can help destabilise the Taliban far more rapidly than U.S. military operations alone could. Senator Corker ...
 Yahoo! India3 days ago
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