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Russian delegation due in Pakistan as Moscow eyes ‘big-ticket investment’

Islamabad: Reports in local and foreign media have recently suggested that Pakistan has been drifting away from the United State due to American policies and President Trump’s bellicose rhetoric. As Americans continue to make Islamabad scapegoat for their failures in Afghanistan, Pakistan also seeks to decrease its reliance on Washington and …

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Man dies after US envoy’s car collides with motorcycle in Islamabad

Islamabad: A man was killed after a white Land Cruiser belonging to the United States Embassy in Islamabad hit his motorcycle in Islamabad’s Daman-e-Koh vicinity here on Saturday, April 7, 2018. The  man was killed after a US Embassy car collided with a motorcycle in the federal capital here on …

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US ambasador Alice wells arrives pakistan to discuss south aia strategy

Islamabad: Acting State Department South and Central Asia Assistant Secretary Alice Wells arrived in Islamabad on Wednesday to discuss matters pertaining to terrorism and bilateral ties. Alice Wells will meet with US Embassy staff and multiple Pakistani officials. She is also expected to visit Karachi later. ‘In Islamabad, she will …

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Pakistan’s desire for peace should not be miscontrued: President Mamnoon Hussain

Islamabad: President Mamnoon Hussain has said that Pakistan’s desire for peace in the region should not be construed as its weakness and reminded India to peacefully resolve the long standing issue of Kashmir in line with the UN resolutions accepting the Kashmiris  right of self-determination through a plebiscite, Radio Pakistan …

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Pakistan and Rusia concerned over growing IS threat

Islamabad: Senior Pakistani and Russian officials on Wednesday held a comprehensive discussion on counter-terrorism and expressed grave concern over the rising threat posed by Daesh. The 7th Meeting of the Pakistan-Russia Joint Working Group on Counter Terrorism was held here on Wednesday at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The officials from …

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