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Political administration asks people to vacate Pak-Afghan border areas in Khyber Agency

Political administration of Khyber Agency has directed the dwellers of Pak-Afghan border areas to migrate to safe places with immediate effect, said officials. The directions were issued to the people living in Sheenphokh and Samsay areas of Khyber Agency. “Exodus is underway as the security forces have already launched operation …

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مہاجرین کے مکمل انخلا تک مردم شماری ملتوی کی جائے: قومی یکجہتی جرگہ کا مشترکہ اعلامیہ

مہاجرین کے مکمل انخلا تک مردم شماری ملتوی کی جائے: قومی یکجہتی جرگہ کا مشترکہ اعلامیہ Source: haalhawal.com

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Pakistan, China revise ‘priority list’ of CPEC energy projects

ISLAMABAD:  Pakistan and China have signed a revised priority list of energy projects they plan to complete in the next two years under the multibillion-dollar corridor programme, making adjustments in light of progress made on these schemes during the last couple of years. The Energy Expert Group agreed to upgrade …

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Iran in new military drills despite US warnings

Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guard is to conduct military drills next week, a senior commander announced on Saturday, despite warnings from the United States and fresh sanctions over a ballistic missile test. “The manoeuvres called ‘Grand Prophet 11’ will start Monday and last three days,” General Mohammad Pakpour, commander of the …

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The Latest: Pakistani ambassador summoned by Afghanistan

ISLAMABAD –  The Latest on developments in Pakistan (all times local): 2:05 p.m. The Afghan government has summoned Pakistan’s ambassador in protest of recent shelling in Afghanistan’s eastern provinces. Afghanistan’s foreign ministry summoned Ambassador Abrar Hussain in Kabul, where Deputy Foreign Minister Hekmat Khalil Karzai asked for an explanation but …

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Kabul Rejects Pakistan Accusations Over Shrine Attack

Presidential spokesman denies Afghanistan is a safe-haven for terrorists, adding that Pakistan should rather deal with threats on home soil. The presidential palace on Friday rejected Pakistan’s accusations that the recent suicide attack on the Lal Shahbaz Qalandar shrine in Pakistan was masterminded from Afghanistan soil. The Palace said in …

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Iran calls nuclear remarks by Trump, Netanyahu ‘worthless’ – Tehran Times 

  Iran calls nuclear remarks by Trump, Netanyahu ‘worthless’ February 18, 2017 TEHRAN – Tehran on Wednesday called the recent remarks by Israel and U.S. rulers on the 2015 international nuclear deal “empty and worthless”, citing numerous verification reports by the International Atomic Energy Agency on the accord. “The remarks …

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AEOI mulling Europeans’ demands for Iran’s heavy water

AEOI mulling Europeans’ demands for Iran’s heavy water AEOI Deputy Head Zarean said Sat. while Iran is mulling over some European countries’ request for Iran’s heavy water, the Russians are planning to bring on stream two nuclear plants in Bushehr. Deputy Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) …

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Saudi Arabia seeks to impose its will on Yemenis: Pundit

Saudi Arabia seeks to impose its will on Yemenis: Pundit Saudi Arabia which has been engaged in a relentless bombing campaign against Yemen since March 2015, has declared the country’s western port city of Hudaydah a military zone. Jamal Wakim, from the Lebanese International University believes declaring Hudaydah a military …

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Pak bloggers leave country after receiving threats for ‘blasphemous’ opinions

Imtiaz Ahmad Hindustan Times, Islamabad   Three of the five bloggers detained in January by Pakistan’s security agencies for writing against religious extremism and security operations in Balochistan and the tribal areas have left the country because of threats to their lives. Waqas Goraya, Ahmed Raza Naseer and Asim Saeed …

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