Pakistan

CIA chief told drone bases won’t be hosted

Government sources have begun informally confirming CIA Cheif’s covert visit to Islamabad, claiming that he was told flatly that Pakistan would not host the CIA’s drone sites. Government sources informal confirmation comes after the New York Times reported on June 6 that Mr Burns had been to Pakistan to meet with Army Chief Gen Qamar …

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US-Pakistan talks on military bases come to a standstill: report

According to The New York Times, the US continues to focus on Pakistan for a military site in the region, despite the fact that some American officials believe the talks have reached a stalemate for the time being. The US intelligence agency CIA did use a base in Pakistan to launch drone strikes against militants …

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UAE to extend $2bn loan to Pakistan, says foreign minister

The country’s foreign minister told that the United Arab Emirates (UAE) decided to extend a $2 billion loan to Pakistan. The country’s Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan told Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi in a meeting. Moreover, the Foreign Office said in a statement on April 20. Besides rolling over the loan, …

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Pakistan PM calls West to criminalize blasphemy against Islam

Pakistan PM calls West to criminalize blasphemy against Islam

PM Imran Khan calls on Western governments to criminalize blasphemy against Islam. He further asked them to treat insult against Islam’s prophet as it does the Holocaust. Furthermore, PM Imran Khan called for Muslim-majority countries to band together to lobby Western governments to criminalize blasphemy against Islam. He raised his concerns as negotiations between his …

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TLP released 11 police hostages after talks with Punjab Govt

TLP released 11 police hostages after talks with Punjab Govt

After a first round of talks with Punjab government, 11 police officers kidnapped by soon to be banned TLP were released. 11 policemen kidnapped by TLP were after negotiations with the Punjab government, said Interior Minister. The policemen were released following the first round of talks with the recently proscribed Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP). “Talks have …

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French embassy suggests its citizens leave Pakistan

French embassy suggests its citizens leave Pakistan

The French embassy in Pakistan advised all French nationals and companies to temporarily leave the country after the TLP protests. On Thursday, April 15th, 2021, the French embassy in Pakistan advised French citizens and companies to evacuate from Pakistan. earlier this week, violent protests organized by TLP shocked the nation. The protests are anti-France, over …

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TTP supports TLP, calls for joint struggle against government

TTP supports TLP, calls for joint struggle against government

Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) supported the countrywide protests initiated by Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) and called for a joint struggle against government. Nonetheless, TTP extended its support to TLP in a new twist to the tale of controversy involving the Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan. Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan, the banned terrorist outfit, has carried out the countrywide protests and Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan …

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India, Pakistan had secret talks in January over Kashmir- Reuters

India, Pakistan had secret talks in January over Kashmir- Reuters

Top intelligence officers from the two nuclear-armed nations met in Dubai in bid to calm tension over the disputed Himalayan region, report says. Top intelligence officers from India and Pakistan held secret talks in Dubai in January in a new effort to calm military tension over the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir, people with close …

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