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Pak-China cooperation for peace,development: COAS,PLA chief

BEIJING -UNS- Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Monday visited Headquarters of People’s Liberation Army (PLA) in Beijing and met PLA Chief Gen Han Weiguo. In a statement issued by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), both the commanders discussed regional security …

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Army chief lands in China on three-day official visit

ISLAMABAD -UNS- Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Bajwa on Sunday landed in Beijing for three-day official visit, stated media-wing of the military. “COAS arrived at Beijing, China on three days official visit. During the visit COAS will interact with various Chinese leaders including his counterpart,” …

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Pak ready to play constructive role in facilitating an Afghan-led,Afghan-owned peace process: FM Qureshi

KABUL -UNS : Pakistan had decided to waive off regulatory duty on imports from Afghanistan, says a statement issued by Pakistan embassy in Kabul after foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi’s visit to Kabul on Saturday. Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi met Afghan President Ashraf …

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FM visit Kabul after high-level meeting presided by PM

ISLAMABAD -UNS : Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi would leave for Kabul on one-day visit to Afghanistan on Friday. The foreign minister would be accompanied by foreign secretary and other officials of the Foreign Ministry. According to reports, the foreign minister would hold meeting with …

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Anger as Indian army ties: drags dead body of Kashmiri youth

SRINAGAR -UNS – Social media users reacted angrily on Friday after pictures showing Indian army dragging a tied dead body of Kashmiri youth on the streets. The people strongly condemned the action and criticized the army for their aggravated human rights violations in the occupied …

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Faith vs Party : China drafts restrictions for all religions

By James M. Dorsey China intends to extend aspects of its crackdown on Islam in the north-western province of Xinjiang to all religions as is evident from the publication of proposed restrictive guidelines for online religious activity. The guidelines, according to Chinese Communist Party newspaper …

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Peace,security strategy:Joining efforts in countering terrorism

Turkmenistan is a competent member of international politics as one of active UN-member states, makes its significant contribution to consolidate international community efforts in countering the threats against humanity, especially terrorism and radicalism. The President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov underlines that, countering terrorism acquires strategic …

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Over 32 killed in suicide attack on Afghan protesters

JALALABAD (AFP) – A suicide attack on protesters in eastern Afghanistan on Tuesday killed at least 32 people, officials said, as an uptick in violence across the war-torn country dampens hopes for peace talks and elections. There were chaotic scenes at several hospitals as medical …

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Pakistan mulling over reconsidering CPEC: FT

KARACHI -UNS : Pakistan is mulling over a review of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) agreement with China, international economic magazine Financial Times reported on Sunday, citing Islamabad’s unease with what it claims is unjust benefit being enjoyed by Beijing-origin companies. According to the FT’s …

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Pak Army has reversed Great Game: report

By Murtaza Ali Shah LONDON: A leading British security think tank has assessed that for the first time in 200 years, Pakistan Army has abandoned the British raj policy of confronting Russia for control over Central Asia – and Pakistan’s army now sees the Russians …

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