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US, Turkey mull which rebels to support in Syria

ANKARA — The United States and Turkey have not yet agreed which Syrian opposition fighters to support in an effort to clear the Islamic State (IS) group from the Turkish border, officials said on Tuesday, underscoring uncertainty surrounding the campaign. Washington and Ankara this week announced their intention to provide air cover for Syrian rebels and jointly sweep IS fighters ... Read More »

Indian Punjab CM calls off meeting with Pakistan HC citing Gurdaspur incident

ISLAMABAD — Indian Pinjab Chief Minister Prakash Singh Badal on Tuesday called off a scheduled meeting with Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit following an attack by armed men suspected to be Sikh militants  in Gurdaspur which resulted in the deaths of three armed men and seven others. According to Indian NDTV monitored here, the meeting between Badal and Basit was ... Read More »

Analysts strongly criticise Indian allegations against Pakistan

ISLAMABAD, July 28, 2015 – Defence analysts on Mondayhave said that India cannot see Pakistan’s progress and China-Pakistan Econimic Corridor project and Kashmir and Khalistan Movement is enough to open their eyes. While criticising Indian habbit of leveling allegations without any proof, Former Director General Inter Services Intelligence General (r) Hameed Gul said that drone flights in Pakistani territory shows Indian mood of ... Read More »

Iranian Commander: Enemies Trying to Capture Iran’s Market

TEHRAN — Commander of Iran’s Basij (volunteer) Force Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Naqdi called for boycotting the goods produced by those western countries that have imposed sanctions against Iran during the last 36 years, and warned that they are trying to capture the Iranian market. “Iran’s enemies and those who imposed sanctions against the country are seeking to capture our ... Read More »

Cuba: Relations with the US, a Victory of the Cuban People

CARACAS (Prensa Latina) — Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez called the restoration of diplomatic relations with the United States a triumph of the Cuban people, formalized Monday with the reopening of the Cuban embassy in Washington. “There has been a victory of our people after long years of resistance,” Rodriguez said in an interview with news network Telesur, in which ... Read More »

Pakistan and China ready to guarantee Afghan peace deal

ISLAMABAD — As the Afghan officials are expecting to sit-in for the second round of peace talks with the Taliban group in the near future, the Pakistani officials have said Islamabad and Beijing are ready to become guarantors of a possible peace deal. A senior Pakistani official has said Pakistan has no problem in playing its role beyond that a ... Read More »

Pakistan and world leaders welcome Iran nuclear deal

World leaders welcome historic Iran nuclear deal that will lift sanctions on Iran but place strict limits on its nuclear programme.

ISLAMABAD – As Iran and six major world powers reached a historic nuclear deal in Veinna on Tuesday, leaders from all over the world have started to react to the agreement. Pakistan has welcomed the development. “Pakistan welcomes the nuclear agreement reached between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the P5 + 1,” said a statement issued by the Ministry ... Read More »

Turkey, UN welcome Afghan-Taliban talks

ISLAMABAD (PPA) – The United Nations and Turkish Government have welcomed the talks held in Murree and expressed hopes that the talks would “swiftly finalize the Peace and Reconciliation Process”. A statement issued by Turkish Foreign Ministry on Friday (July 10, 2015) added that “In order to ensure the integrity of Afghanistan and establishment of its lasting internal peace, it ... Read More »

Austrian FM slams Hungary’s decision to suspend EU rule on refugees

VIENNA — Austria’s Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz has assailed the Hungary’s decision to freeze EU’s article on refugees. Talking to his Hungarian counterpart Peter Szijjarto, the Austrian Foreign Minister has deplored decision announced by Budapest to opt out of the DublinLegislations on the status of refugees. Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz made it clear that it was “unacceptable” that a neighbouring country ... Read More »

Minorities rights under attack in India, says Kashmiri leader

Srinagar, June 22: All Parties Hurriyat Conference leader and Chairman of Islamic Political Party, Muhammad Yousuf Naqash has stated that the basic structure of Indian State and polity is based on communal thoughts and fascist vision. Naqash stated that as a result the life of minorities in India especially Muslims, Christians and Sikhs has been made miserable and their economic, ... Read More »

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