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    Hundreds of Afghan refugees held in Karachi

    KARACHI (PAN): Pakistani security forces have detained hundreds of Afghan refugees from various areas of Karachi, the capital of southern Sindh province, during a latest crack down on miscreants.


    US verifies Taliban-Afghan govt talks in Qatar

    KARACHI (PAN): US Ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter has confirmed that peace negotiations between the Taliban and the Afghan government are ongoing in Qatar.

    Security and Crime

    Chained students freed in raid on Karachi seminary

    KARACHI CITY (PAN): Pakistani police raided a religious seminary in Karachi, the capital of Sindh province, freeing 50 people shackled in a basement of the building, officials had said on Tuesday.

    Security and Crime

    NATO fuel supply tankers torched in Karachi

    KARACHI (PAN): Four tankers carrying fuel for NATO-led troops in Afghanistan were set on fire by suspected militants in Karachi city of Pakistan's southern Sindh province on Thursday, police said.

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    Changes in transit deal affect Afghan traders

    KARACHI (PAN): Afghan traders complained on Monday recent changes in the Afghanistan-Pakistan Transit Trade Agreement (APTTA) have had negative effects on their businesses.

    Security and CrimeNo details available

    152 Afghans detained in Paksitan

    KARACHI (PAN): Pakistani police have arrested 152 Afghan nationals for staying illegally in Sindh province, officials said on Wednesday.


    Fateha offered for High Peace Council chief

    KABUL (PAN): Thousand of people offered fateha for Prof. Burhanuddin Rabbani at different mosques in Kabul and Pakistan's commercial hub Karachi on Saturday.

    Security and Crime

    8 dead in Karachi suicide bombing

    KARACHI (PAN): Up to eight people, including six policemen, were killed in a car suicide attack in Pakistan’s commercial hub of Karachi on Monday, an official said.