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Four Accused Of Trafficking Heroin, Meth, Into U.S., Extradited

Four Accused Of Trafficking Heroin, Meth, Into U.S., Extradited

Four individuals, including an Indian and a Pakistani, charged with participating in an operation to import large quantities of narcotics into the U.S., arrived in New York from Kenya, Jan.…

Four Accused Of Trafficking Narcotics, Including Indian, Pakistani, Extradited To U.S.

Four Accused Of Trafficking Narcotics, Including Indian, Pakistani, Extradited To U.S.

New York, Jan. 31, 2017 – Four individuals, including an Indian and a Pakistani, charged with participating in an operation to import large quantities of narcotics into the U.S., arrived…

Pakistan Places Alleged Mastermind Of 2008 Mumbai Attacks Under House Arrest

Pakistan Places Alleged Mastermind Of 2008 Mumbai Attacks Under House Arrest

Jan 30, 2017—Pakistan on Monday ordered Hafiz Saeed, accused by the United States and India of masterminding the 2008 attacks on the Indian financial capital Mumbai that killed 166 people,…

Pakistan is the Crisis Flying Under the Radar

Pakistan is the Crisis Flying Under the Radar

The nation also faces a virulent terrorism problem from the Pakistani Taliban, which has killed tens of thousands of civilians and troops over the past five years The set of…

Trump’s chief of staff says Pakistan may be considered for temporary ban

Trump’s chief of staff says Pakistan may be considered for temporary ban

New York, Jan 29. US President Donald Trump’s Chief of Staff Reince Priebus has opened the possibility of the administration extending to Pakistan the temporary visa ban and “extreme vetting”…

Myanmar, Bangladesh Agree To Start Talks On Rohingya Refugees

Myanmar, Bangladesh Agree To Start Talks On Rohingya Refugees

YANGON/DHAKA Myanmar has agreed to begin talks with Bangladesh over an estimated 65,000 Rohingya Muslims who have fled Myanmar’s northwestern Rakhine State since attacks on border posts three months ago,…

At Hindu Temple, Pakistan Prime Minister Reaches Out To Minorities

At Hindu Temple, Pakistan Prime Minister Reaches Out To Minorities

KATAS, PAKISTAN Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Jan. 11 inaugurated the restoration of an ancient Hindu temple complex in Punjab, a symbolic gesture that may appeal to the Muslim…

Stop India From Interfering In Pakistan, UN told

Stop India From Interfering In Pakistan, UN told

Islamabad, Jan 6. Pakistan on Friday asked the UN to restrain India from interfering in Pakistan’s internal affairs and from activities aimed at destabilizing the country. Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to…