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19 'militants', 7 troops killed in Pakistan clashes

(MENAFN - The Journal Of Turkish Weekly) At least 19 suspected militants and seven troops were killed in a clash in Pakistan's North Waziristan tribal area on Monday. The clash in the Taliban's new stronghold in the remote Shawal valley, near the ... MENAFN, 3 weeks ago
Firstpost.com

Myanmar covert attack: Indian Army playing avenger is a message to China, Pakistan

The fact that Indian armed forces reached out across the Myanmar border (as well as into Nagaland) and attacked separatist forces in their hideouts is quite remarkable. The fact that we think it is remarkable is even more remarkable: Because no ...
 Firstpost.com2 weeks ago Soft state no more: Indian Army avenging the Manipur attack is a message to Pakistan, China  Firstpost.com2 weeks ago Done being a soft state: Indian Army playing avenger in Myanmar is a message to China, Pakistan  Firstpost.com2 weeks ago

Modi government moves to halt war of words between Pakistan and India

(MENAFN - The Journal Of Turkish Weekly) The exchange of harsh words between Pakistan and India that escalated in the wake of the Indian Army's raid of militant camps in north east Myanmar is finally being diffused by Indian Prime Minister Narendra ...
 MENAFN2 weeks ago Kashmir: Indian security forces kill teenage protester  MENAFN2 months ago
Hindustan Times

Taliban seize key district on Afghan-Pakistan border

(MENAFN - The Journal Of Turkish Weekly) The Taliban took control of a key district in northeastern Afghanistan amid heavy fighting on Saturday, a local police official told Anadolu Agency. According to Lal Mohammad Ahmadzai, a spokesman for the ...
 MENAFN3 weeks ago Afghan-Pakistani Reconciliation: A Brief Thaw, or Something More?  Middle East Institute1 month ago Army's record-breaking sniper who killed two Taliban a mile and a half away driven to the brink of suicide by his chilling job  9ija News.com1 month ago Watchdog: U.S. may have spent taxpayer dollars on Afghanistan schools that didn't exist  Afghanistan News Center1 week ago
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Times of India

Pakistani generals 'sold' bin Laden to US: Report

WASHINGTON: Senior Pakistani army generals and top ISI honchos purportedly hosted Osama bin Laden in an Abbottabad hideout since 2006 before selling him out to the US in 2011 after a Pakistani intelligence officer betrayed him for the $25 million ...
 Times of India1 month ago Bin Laden death: who was the 'supergrass' who turned him in?  The Week UK1 month ago Man behind Osama's 'capture'  MSN News US1 month ago

Security, energy dominate first day of Pakistan, China talks

(MENAFN - The Journal Of Turkish Weekly) Energy and infrastructure agreements and security commitments dominated the first day of Chinese President Xi Jingping's high-profile visit to Pakistan on Monday. Xi signed a set of energy agreements almost ...
 MENAFN2 months ago

Pakistan: Ambassadors of Norway and Philippines among 6 killed in helicopter crash

Breaking: Ambassadors of Norway and Philippines killed in helicopter crash The Journal Ireland (Today) - The aircraft carrying them has crashed into a school in northern Pakistan.... At least 3 hurt as Pakistani military chopper crash lands ...
 9ija News.com1 month ago Diplomats speak of Pakistan helicopter crash terror  9ija News.com1 month ago

Egyptian Pres. Morsi Strikes Down Army's Ultimatum While Deadline Quickly Approaches

Journalists Rania Al Malky & Mohamed Elmeshad discuss the potential for a coup and whether new elections would delay democracy and usher military rule - October 3, 14 Members don't see ads. If you are a member, and you're seeing this appeal, ...
 The Real News Network2 months ago

Pakistan must exert whatever clout it has over Afghan Taliban to push them towards peace talks with Kabul: RahimullahYousufzai

admin April 21, 2015 In Clippings , Latest Updates Array KABUL: A renowned journalist from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Rahimullah Yousufzai said that Pakistan should exert whatever influence it has over the Afghan Taliban to help the Afghan peace ...
 Afghanistan Times2 months ago

B-School Terrorism Suspect Rattles Pakistan's Business Elite

(Bloomberg) -- The list of prominent alumni at Pakistan's most prestigious business school includes a president, prime minister, cabinet members, bankers, fund managers and senior executives of the country's biggest companies. The latest addition: ...
 La Repubblica5 days ago Business school terrorism suspect rattles Pakistan's commercial elite  Thanhnien5 days ago
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