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NATO face threat from online attackers

Ghostnet sounds like something John le Carré would invent. This vast cyber-espionage operation spanned 1,295 computers worldwide, a third of them located in ministries of foreign affairs, embassies, international organizations and news media, some holding classified data.

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NATO face threat from online attackers

Ghostnet sounds like something John le Carré would invent. This vast cyber-espionage operation spanned 1,295 computers worldwide, a third of them located in ministries of foreign affairs, embassies, international organizations and news media, some holding classified data.

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Pashtuns leadership: A historical review

Dr Tanvir Orakzai Pasthuns have been living for centuries in the distant mountains and valleys of Afghanistan and Pakistan. Despite being more than 50 million on both sides of the border, Pasthuns have remained a tribal society, where each individual is loyal to his clan …

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Pashtuns leadership: A historical review

Dr Tanvir Orakzai Pasthuns have been living for centuries in the distant mountains and valleys of Afghanistan and Pakistan. Despite being more than 50 million on both sides of the border, Pasthuns have remained a tribal society, where each individual is loyal to his clan …

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Obama Sets New Tone for Europe Aides

On the eve of a NATO summit meeting here, President Obama offered a compact for a renewed partnership with Europe, saying “America is changing but it cannot be America alone that changes.”

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Obama to face defiant world on foreign visits

President Barack Obama is facing challenges to American power on multiple fronts as he prepares for his first trip overseas since taking office, with the nation’s economic woes emboldening allies and adversaries alike.

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Obama to face defiant world on foreign visits

President Barack Obama is facing challenges to American power on multiple fronts as he prepares for his first trip overseas since taking office, with the nation’s economic woes emboldening allies and adversaries alike.

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Obama Sets New Tone for Europe Aides

On the eve of a NATO summit meeting here, President Obama offered a compact for a renewed partnership with Europe, saying “America is changing but it cannot be America alone that changes.”

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Militancy in Pashtunkhwa

BY ZAR ALI KHAN MUSAZAI Some times back J1 Ameer Qazi Hussian Ahmad staged a protest demonstration in Khyber Bazar Peshawar and demanded of the government to halt supply to NATO in Afghanistan. His party men and other activists proudly and foolishly proclaimed that they …

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Afghan war: Misplaced idea of infiltration

BY IFTIKHAR MASHWANI USA having bungled up in Afghanistan is constantly blaming Pakistan since 2005 for the ever growing militancy in Afghanistan. It has somehow got fixed with the misplaced idea that but for continued infiltration from FATA; insurgency in Afghanistan by now would have …

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