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KABUL (PAN): A pro-Taliban leader on Thursday called for taking the Pakistan army into confidence on peace negotiations between the government and local insurgents.
KABUL (PAN): A panel of lawyers has started taking steps to secure the release of Afghan citizens languishing in Pakistani jails for committing petty crimes, a report said on Saturday.
KABUL (PAN): Afghanistan on Friday declined handing over a dreaded Taliban commander to the Pakistan government, arguing that there was no extradition treaty between the neighbouring countries.
KABUL (PAN): The US and UN could impose sanctions on Pakistan if the proposed Iran-Pakistan pipeline agreement is implemented, an American newspaper reported on Wednesday.
KABUL (PAN): The Pakistan government has given go-ahead to a nationwide operation against a militant group that has claimed responsibility for recent attacks in southwestern Balochistan province, media reports said on Wednesday.
QUETTA (PAN): As the death toll from a massive bombing in Pakistan’s southwestern Balochistan province mounted to 84, the government announced a day of mourning, officials said on Sunday.
ISLAMABAD (PAN): Six militants, believed to be suicide bombers, were killed in a fierce clash with security forces in northwestern Pakistan on Thursday, officials said.
ISLAMABAD (PAN): The Pakistan government on Wednesday signalled its willingness to hold talks with the Taliban if they announced a month-long truce and named sincere religious scholars to help achi
KABUL (PAN): Britain and Pakistan have agreed on continued cooperation with Afghanistan in promoting the Afghan-led reconciliation campaign, the two sides said on Tuesday.