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    Sharif invites Karzai to visit Islamabad

    ISLAMABAD (PAN): Pakistani Prime Minister Mian Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday phoned President Hamid Karzai and invited him to visit Islamabad for talks on issues of mutual interests.



    Security and Crime

    10 foreign tourists shot dead in Pakistan

    ISLAMABAD (PAN): Unidentified gunmen have gunned down 10 foreign tourists in Pakistan’s northern Gilgit-Baltistan province, an official said on Sunday.



    Security and Crime

    Karzai condemns Peshawar attack that kills 15

    KABUL/ISLAMABAD (PAN): President Hamid Karzai on Friday strongly condemned a suicide attack that killed 15 people and injured 30 others inside a mosque and seminary belonging to the Shiite minority in Pakistan’s troubled northwestern city of Peshawar.



    Security and Crime,Accidents & Disasters

    12 girls killed, Quetta hospital under siege

    ISLAMABAD (PAN): A dozen female university students were killed and more than 20 others wounded when a bomb ripped through the bus they were travelling in on Saturday in Pakistan’s southwestern Balochistan province.



    Governance

    Pakistan urges responsible US troop exit

    ISLAMABAD (PAN): Pakistan on Thursday hoped US forces would pull out of Afghanistan in a responsible way to ensure security in the region.



    Governance

    ECO Parliamentary Assembly set up

    ISLAMABAD (PAN): The Parliamentary Assembly of the Economic Cooperation Organisation (ECO) was set up as representatives of member countries signed as charter in Islamabad, an official said on Tuesday.



    Accidents & Disasters,Migration

    2 Afghan children die in Swabi roof-collapse

    ISLAMABAD (PAN): Two children of an Afghan refugee family were among 10 people killed in rain-related incidents in Pakistan's northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and eastern Punjab provinces, reports s



    Security and Crime

    34 dead in Lakki Marwat attack

    ISLAMABAD (PAN): Thirteen Pakistani troops, a dozen armed insurgents and eleven civilians were killed after a group of suicide bombers stormed a military post in northwestern Khyber Pakhunkhwa province on Saturday, officials said.



    Security and Crime

    Kabul to ponder over Pakistan’s training offer

    ISLAMABAD (PAN): Top military officials have stressed the need for enhanced mutual defence cooperation, agreeing on an enduring training relationship between Afghanistan and Pakistan, an official s



    Governance

    Kabul, Islamabad agree on deeper defence links

    ISLAMABAD (PAN): Defence Minister Gen. Bismillah Khan Mohammadi on Monday called for closer defence cooperation between Afghanistan and Pakistan in dealing with the challenges facing the two countries.