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    US pushes motion to put Pakistan on global terrorist-financing watchlist

    The United States has put forward a motion to place Pakistan on a global terrorist-financing watch-list with an anti-money laundering monitoring group, according to a senior Pakistani official.

    South Asia
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    Ahead of Paris terror meet,Pak moves to ban Hafiz Saeed’s JuD

    In a major development ahead of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) meeting in Paris early next week, reports have emerged that Pakistan has placed 26/11 Mumbai attacks mastermind.

    South Asia
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    Pak-China agreement to collaborate in film production

    The agreement between Pakistan and China to co-produce films was discussed by the minister of state for information, broadcasting, national and literary Heritage Marriyum Aurangzeb and her

    Art and Culture
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    11 killed, 13 injured in Taliban suicide attack in Pakistan

    At least 11 soldiers were killed in a suicide attack near a military camp in Swat, a valley in north-western Pakistan and hometown of noble laureate Malala Yosuafzai.

    South Asia
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    US general rules out military operations inside Pakistan

    Another general said that despite differences Pakistan remains “absolutely critical” to America’s success in Afghanistan, while the Pentagon’s chief spokesperson urged Islamabad to join US efforts.

    South Asia
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    Pakistani, Indonesian presidents agree to work for Afghan peace

    The visiting Indonesian President Joko Widodo and his Pakistani counterpart Mamnoon Hussain have agreed to work together for peace in the war-shattered Afghanistan.

    Central Asia
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    Pakistan to host top-level SAARC chamber meetings

    Pakistan will host top-level 73rd Executive Committee and 22nd General Assembly meetings of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

    South Asia
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    ICJ sets new timeline for submitting pleadings in Jadhav case

    The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has given new timeline to both Pakistan and India for filing another round of memorials in the case of convicted Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav, sources have revealed.

    South Asia
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    Pakistan, US engaged in 'quiet' diplomacy :Report

    Pakistan Foreign Office spokes­man Dr Muhammad Faisal on Thursday disclosed that Pakistan and the United States were engaged in negotiations, which are “ongoing and outside public domain.

    South Asia
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    Pakistan, Iran agree to resume fortnightly train service

    Officials of the two neighbouring countries made the decision at a meeting held on Thursday. Under the proposal, the train’s final destination will be either Mashhad or Qom, Iran.

    South Asia
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    No case against Hafiz Saeed, therefore no action against him: Pak PM

    Pakistan has stated that there is no case registered in the country against alleged 26/11 Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed and thus no action would be taken against him.

    South Asia
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    ‘I’m not giving up’ on ties with Pak, says top US general

    The top US military officer, Marine General Joseph Dunford, said on Monday he was committed to the US-Pakistan relationship, which has been strained in recent weeks as Washington piles pressure.

    South Asia
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    1,800 Pakistani religious scholars declare suicide bombings 'haram' in new fatwa

    More than 1,800 Pakistani religious scholars have issued an Islamic directive, or fatwa, forbidding suicide bombings, a book due to be unveiled by the government on Tuesday says.

    South Asia
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    Taliban claims responsibility of killing Benazir Bhutto

    The Pakistani Taliban has claimed responsibility for the assassination of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto in 2007, saying it killed her as she allegedly planned to collaborate with the US.

    South Asia
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    Pakistanis feel 'betrayed' by US: Army chief

    Pakistani Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa told US Central Command Chief General Joseph Votel on the phone that the “entire Pakistani nation felt betrayed over US recent statements.

    South Asia
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    US urges citizens to 'reconsider travel' to Pakistan

    The United States on Wednesday unveiled a way to warn its citizens about the dangers of foreign travel, with a four-point safety ranking system for countries and an interactive world map. The new travel system.

    South Asia
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    Pakistan erupts in protest following rape, murder of 7-year-old

    Two civilians were killed and several left injured in Pakistan’s Kasur district Wednesday as police opened fire to disperse an angry mob protesting a minor’s murder in the city.

    South Asia
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    Pak suspends int'l,military cooperation with US

    Pakistan has suspended military and intelligence cooperation with the United States in the wake of US President Donald Trump's allegationthat Pakistan has given the US "nothing but lies

    South Asia
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    Iran urges cooperation with Pakistan to counter US

    Iran on Sunday urged Muslim nations to forge closer cooperation to counter the US policy of seeking to create division among them. “The US’ dishonest, duplicitous and divisive policy towards Muslim countries.

    South Asia
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    Pakistan considers blocking US supplies

    Pakistan is considering blocking supplies to the US forces in Afghanistan through the Pak-Afghan border as retaliation to Washington’s hostile attitude, The Nation has learnt.

    South Asia
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    China to build military base near Chabahar?

    The United States' decision to suspend its military aid to Pakistan doesn't really seem to have rattled the Asian nation, as Islamabad is busy strengthening its ties with China.

    South Asia
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    India blind cricketers to play in UAE amid tensions with Pakistan

    The Indian blind cricket team left for the United Arab Emirates on Saturday to take part in the World Cup after failing to secure permission to play in neighbouring Pakistan.

    Sports
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    Trump’s ‘Covfefeing’ On Pakistan

    Pakistan’s Minister for Defense, Khurram Dastgir-Khan, using the official twitter handle @PakMnstrDefence, took it a few notches above: “Pak as anti-terror ally has given free to US: land & air.

    View Point
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    Iran offers Pakistan close defence and military collaboration

    Iranian and Pakistani defense ministers have held talks on Washington’s role in the region days after US President Donald Trump launched a spree of belligerent twitter messages against.

    South Asia

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