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After 44 days of captivity in Afghanistan, Judith is back in I...

Judith D'Souza, an Indian aid worker, was released by her abductors – a criminal gang in Afghanistan, after keeping her captive for nearly six weeks. Hours after her release, the 40-year-old Judith was rushed to India late on Saturday evening, ... DNA, 3 days ago
Kidnapped Indian aid worker rescued Asian Age, 3 days ago

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Dr. Marc Siegel: After the Dallas police ambush -- the feelings and science in the Baylor ER

The art of medicine goes beyond the cookie-cutter science. It involves compassion, spirit, faith and, above all, the art of healing. But in the frenzied moments of triage and stabilization that followed the shootings that killed five police officers ...
 FOXNews.com2 weeks ago Dr. Marc Siegel: After the Dallas...  DailyNews724.com1 week ago

Honoring our troops, one steak at a time

Steaks, troops, and the spirit of service all wrapped up into one great event. Hard to believe that it's almost time for the All American Beef Battalion (AABB) to head to Colorado for a very special event that our tween daughters helped with nearly ...
 Beef Online1 week ago

An unlikely fight to protect nature in war-torn Afghanistan

War doesn't only destroy human lives, but also land and ecologies - and therefore livelihoods. Afghanistan is a case in point. Enter a woman with a community spirit and a strong sense of what needs to get done. When Farkhunda Ateel took to the ...
 Deutsche Welle2 weeks ago
The Freepress Journal

Afghan refugees — a liability both for Pakistan and Afghanistan

PESHAWAR: Around three million Afghan refugees (registered and unregistered) seem to be a liability both for Pakistan and Afghanistan. A humanitarian problem is being associated with other issues like border management and terrorism etc. Pakistan ...
 DAWN Group3 weeks ago Pakistan, Afghanistan agree to evolve mechanism to resolve border issues  Daily Times1 month ago Pakistan, Afghanistan agree to resolve border issues  Online News Pakistan1 month ago Pakistan, Afghanistan agree on building contacts in inconclusive talks  South Asia Monitor1 month ago
The Nation Pakistan

Afghan territory must not be used against Pakistan: COAS

RAWALPINDI: Army Chief Raheel Sharif has said that Pakistan will make all efforts to protect the integrity and sovereignty of Afghanistan, but it expects the same level of commitment from the neighbouring country. General Raheel said this during his ...
 Daily Times2 weeks ago Pakistan won't allow anyone to use soil against Afghanistan, expect ...  The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago Afghanistan's peace top priority: Raheel  The Gulf Today2 weeks ago Pak will do all to protect Afghanistan but expects reciprocatory gesture: Army Chief  Siasat Daily2 weeks ago

China's role is welcomed on building Shanghai spirit

Tweet on Twitter A.c. Shahul ahmeed Colombo—The Shanghai Cooperation Organisations (SCO) reached yet another milestone at its recently concluded Summit in Tashkent when India and Pakistan joined the union as full members , after signing ...
 Pakistan Observer3 weeks ago SCO, Eurasia's strength: Carrying forward the Shanghai spirit  Sri Lanka Daily News3 weeks ago June 25, 2016  Daily Outlook1 month ago Deepening SCO cooperation by carrying forward the Shanghai spirit and cementing unity and mutual trust  Global Times1 month ago

Pakistan seeks global help in return, rehabilitation of Afghan refugees

ISLAMABAD: The increasing number of refugees across the globe is a big threat and the international community should play its vital role to resolve this issue. This was stated by Federal Minister for States and Frontier Regions (SAFRON), Lt ...
 Daily Times1 month ago Pak asks Intl community to help rehabilitate Afghan refugees  Frontier Post1 month ago Pak asks Int'l community to help rehabilitate Afghan refugees  Online News Pakistan1 month ago China tells international community to respect Pakistan's sovereignty  Sify1 month ago
Hindustan Times

Rumi Wasn't Yours: Afghan Fury As Iran, Turkey Claim Sufi Poet

A new film is being planned that will explore the life of thirteenth century Persian poetJalaluddin al-Rumi Who can lay claim to Rumi, the Sufi mystic who is one of the world's most beloved poets? A bid by Iran and Turkey to do so has exasperated ... weeks ago Afghans angry as Turkey, Iran claim Sufi poet Rumi  Hindustan Times3 weeks ago Who can lay claim to Rumi?  IOL3 weeks ago Rumi wasn't yours: Afghanistan's fury as Iran and Turkey claim Sufi poet  China Post3 weeks ago
Pakistan Today

Effective border management of Pak-Afghan border in interest of both countries: Mamnoon

President Mamnoon Hussain on Friday said Pakistan believed that effective border management at its border with Afghanistan was in the interest of both countries. President Mamnoon in a meeting with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, held here on the ...
 Pakistan Today1 month ago No real deal on Pak, Afghan border control  Pakistan Observer1 month ago Pakistan for effective border management with Afghanistan: Asif  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago
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