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WASHINGTON (PAN): A shutdown of the supply routes that run through Pakistan would pose problems for the US military but would not halt Afghan operations, according to the Army's chief logistics
KABUL (PAN): A lawmaker on Wednesday said President Karzai had assured them that the final verdict of a special court would have no impact on final results from last year's parliamentary electi
KABUL(PAN): President Hamid Karzai on Wednesday strongly condemned a NATO airstrike that resulted in the deaths of four civilians, including two women, in northern Takhar province.
WSHINGTON (PAN): US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Tuesday asserted that there has been no dilution in the Red Line for peace talks with the Taliban, but hoped the death of Osama bin Laden w
KABUL(PAN): British Chief of the Defence Staff, Gen.
KABUL(PAN): Meshrano Jirga members on Tuesday assailed the government for failing to protect the country from invasion of foreign culture, saying most of Indian dramas showed on TV channels were pr
KABUL(PAN): Religious scholars from Afghanistan and Iran on Tuesday agreed to launch joint efforts at addressing religious differences and improving relations between the two neighbouring countries
KABUL(PAN): Former Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) chief has conveyed the Pakistani government message to the Taliban leader, Mullah Mohammad Omar, to leave the country, under pressure
WASHINGTON (PAN): Afghans would have to step up to the task of meeting the 2014 deadline when US forces would complete a gradual withdrawal from their country, a former top Obama aid said Monday