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Suicide Bomber Kills Six Afghan Civilians

ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN A suicide blast killed at least six civilians in eastern Afghanistan Sunday and wounded 13 others.

The bomber was on a motorcycle and apparently wanted to reach the venue of a massive pro-government rally in Jalalabad, capital of …

US General: $50 Million Worth of Taliban Narcotics Destroyed in Afghanistan

ISLAMABAD The top U.S. general in Afghanistan said Saturday recently launched joint strikes against Taliban sources of revenue have destroyed more than $50 million worth of narcotics in southern Helmand province.

Afghanistan produces about 85 percent of the world’s opium. …

Trump: Reports of Tillerson’s Firing ‘Fake News’

On Thursday, news outlets quoted senior administration officials as saying the president could name Central Intelligence Agency Director Mike Pompeo to replace Tillerson within the next several weeks. Both the White House and the State Department denied the reports.


US, Britain, France Accused of Snubbing Anti-nuclear Nobel Prize

OSLO � The anti-nuclear group which won the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize accused the United States, Britain and France on Wednesday of snubbing its disarmament work by

planning to send only second-rank diplomats to the award ceremony next month.

“It’s …

Pakistan Railways to launch three new trains

Pakistan Railways is planning to launch three new train services between Kohat-Rawalpindi, Karachi-Mirpurkhas and Sibbi-Khost during the current financial year.

According to APP, at present 104 passengers and 60 freight trains are operative on the system per day.

Pakistan Railways …

Shahbaz reviews pace of work, development on ongoing projects

Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said that provision of the basic civic amenities to the citizens is their right and for the purpose, funds worth billions of rupees are being spent.

He was chairing a meeting in Lahore …

Alleged Mastermind of 2008 Mumbai Attacks Released

WASHINGTON Pakistani authorities have released a U.S.-wanted militant cleric who allegedly masterminded the 2008 attacks in Mumbai, India, that killed 168 people.

On Wednesday, a court in Pakistan rejected the government’s plea to extend the house arrest of Hafiz Saeed …