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Roadside Bomb Kills Senior Pakistani Official, 4 Security Guards

ISLAMABAD roadside bomb in northwestern Pakistan Sunday killed a senior government official and at least four of his security guards.

The deadly blast took place in Bajaur, a volatile federally administered tribal district on the Afghan border.

Officials said the …

DG RANGERS PUNJAB VISITS WORKING BOUNDARY AT PHOKHLIAN SECTOR

Director General Pakistan Rangers (Punjab) Major General Azhar Naveed Hayat has visited working boundary at Phokhlian sector where two innocent civilians were martyred and four others injured in Indian unprovoked shelling.

According to ISPR, Major General Azhar appreciated effective response …

China, Russia, India Intensify Role in Afghanistan to Fight Homegrown Militants

BEIJING A decision by the BRICS nations to name and denounce specific terrorist organizations in Afghanistan, Pakistan and elsewhere is sparking debate among academics and analysts in China.

Earlier this month, the group, comprised of Brazil, Russia, India, China and …

Doctors Without Borders Says It’s Being Forced Out Of Pakistan Tribal Area

The international medical aid organization Doctors Without Borders (MSF) says the government of Pakistan is forcing it to pull out of a violence-plagued northwestern tribal region after a 14-year presence.

In a statement published on September 14, MSF said the …

Doctors Without Borders Says It’s Being Forced Out Of Pakistan Tribal Area

The international medical aid organization Doctors Without Borders (MSF) says the government of Pakistan is forcing it to pull out of a violence-plagued northwestern tribal region after a 14-year presence.

In a statement published on September 14, MSF said the …

Under EU Attack, Top Palm Oil Producers Rethink Trade Strategy

Facing a backlash in Europe over palm oil’s environmental toll, the world’s top producers are scrambling to find new markets and even striking unusual barter deals, such as exchanging Sukhoi jets for the edible oil.

The European Union is the …

Analysts: Success of Pakistan’s New Counterterrorism Policy Hinges on Implementation

WASHINGTON/ISLAMABAD Counterterrorism authorities in Pakistan are planning to introduce a new policy to curb extremism in the country. But analysts say only a thorough and effective implementation of the strategy would help the country rid itself of the carnage.

Pakistan’s …

Analysts: Success of Pakistan’s New Counterterrorism Policy Hinges on Implementation

WASHINGTON/ISLAMABAD Counterterrorism authorities in Pakistan are planning to introduce a new policy to curb extremism in the country. But analysts say only a thorough and effective implementation of the strategy would help the country rid itself of the carnage.

Pakistan’s …