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Norway has offered mediation of talks between India and Pakistan over Kashmir dispute. According to Radio Pakistan, Norwegian Foreign Minister Borge Brende has termed the situation in Kashmir as “very...

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In an apparent reference to India, Pakistan on Thursday said involvement of “foreign elements” can not be ruled out in the deadly suicide bombing in Quetta this week in which 74 people were...

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Prominent writers and academics as well as journalists, artists, students, doctors from the UK and abroad have issued a joint letter to express solidarity with Kashmiris following the “horrifying...

Herat: Taliban militants attacked a group of 12 American and European tourists escorted by an Afghan army convoy in western Herat province Thursday, leaving at least seven people wounded as the insurgents...

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The UN on Tuesday said it will continue to monitor the tense situation in Kashmir even as the world body again called on both India and Pakistan to “work constructively” to resolve the issue. “The...

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A peaceful protest was held outside Indian Embassy in Tokyo Japan against killings spree in Kashmir by forces. The Pakistani  and Indian communities in Tokyo Japan and other areas joined the protest...

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Pakistan would now observe  ‘Black Day’ on July 20 now instead of July 19. Earlier Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had announced to observe 19th of July as a ‘Black Day’ in protest against...

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United Nations: UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has always welcomed direct discussions between India and Pakistan, his spokesperson has said as he reiterated the UN chief’s call to all parties to exercise...

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Pakistan Foreign Secretary Aizaz Chaudhry met with ambassadors of the European Union and OIC member countries on Wednesday to convey Pakistan’s serious concern over the brutal killings of innocent...

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LONDON: Britain’s prime minister-in-waiting Theresa May is a pragmatist who has emerged from the chaos of the Brexit referendum unscarred, portraying herself as the one who will lead the country out...