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US mission in Afghanistan damaged by civilian harm: OSF

KABUL: American troops and their allies have been lambasted for underestimating the strategic costs to their missions resulting from civilian casualties in Afghanistan. In Afghanistan, the Open Society Foundations said, the US and its partners had learnt invaluable lessons about the strategic impact of civilian harm and how to better …

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Peace to Kabul lies in Kashmir: Pakistan

AT Monitoring Desk-KABUL: Pakistan Prime Minister’s Special Envoy on Kashmir Senator Mushahid Hussain Syed has said that peace in Afghanistan links to the resolution of the Kashmir issues and said a solution to both is required for peace. For the first time, Pakistan has linked peace in Afghanistan to the …

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Pakistan reiterates support for peace in Afghanistan

BRUSSELS: Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz called on the Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on the sidelines of the Brussels Conference on Afghanistan and discussing efforts for long term peace and stability in Afghanistan. The Adviser reiterated Pakistan’s earnest desire for lasting peace in Afghanistan which …

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Brussels Conference on Afghanistan kicks off

KABUL: The two-day Brussels International Conference on Afghanistan kicked off in the Belgium capital on Tuesday, when the European Commission announced new financial assistance to the Afghan government in the form of a State-building contract. Tomorrow, the European Union and the government of Afghanistan will co-host the Brussels Conference that …

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India claims striking suspected rebels in Pakistan

India says it conducted “surgical strikes” along de facto border, but Pakistan calls incident “cross-border fire”. India’s military says it has conducted “surgical strikes” on suspected rebels in Pakistan it suspects of preparing to infiltrate into the part of Kashmir it controls, a claim denounced by the Pakistani army as …

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Balochistan will form govt in exile: Khan of Kalat

GENEVA:  Asserting that Balochistan has always been a nation and existed even before the formation of Pakistan, exiled Baloch leader Khan of Kalat Amir Ahmed Suleman Daud has said that they are considering forming a government in exile. In an exclusive interview to ANI in Geneva, Mr Daud said that the …

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