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  • Trump signs order to start Mexico border wall project

    President Donald Trump on Wednesday signed the order to start the Mexico border wall project and is also expected to sign measures targeting US “sanctuary” cities, where local officials refuse to help round up people for deportation...

    His signature policy prescription was to build a wall across the 2,000-mile border between the United States and Mexico...

  • 'My time is over': Malinga signs off in style as Sri Lanka crush Bangladesh

    Lasith Malinga shone in his farewell match after Kusal Perera struck a quick-fire century as Sri Lanka crushed Bangladesh by 91 runs in the first one-day of a three-match series in Colombo on Friday...

    Malinga rattled Bangladesh with his fiery opening spell, reducing the visitors to 39-4 in the process, without allowing them to recover from the damage despite the best efforts by Mushfiqur Rahim and Sabbir Rahman...

  • New policy will apply both to Afghanistan and Pakistan: McMaster

    McMaster has said that the Trump administration is working on a policy which would apply to both Pakistan and Afgha­nistan, and would be announced soon...

    This marks the first time a senior US official has said that the new policy would also cover Pakistan as previous statements defined it only as the Afghan policy...

  • US, Pakistan both want talks with Taliban

    WASHINGTON: In a rare display of agreement on the Afghan issue, the United States and Pakistan have both reiterated the need for including the Taliban in the Afghan peace process...

    Pakistan’s US envoy Ambas­sa­dor Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry expr­essed similar views in his address to the International Institute for Strategic Studies in Washington on Tuesday afternoon...

  • India-Pakistan conflict will harm both, warns expert

    NEW DELHI: Armed escalation between India and Pakistan will harm both, former Indian national security adviser M...

    He was speaking in Chennai amid reports that the prime ministers of India and Pakistan, though they have no plans to meet, will be staying in the same hotel in New York during this week’s UN General Assembly meet...

  • Basit says both India, Pakistan need peace

    ISLAMABAD: Pakis­tan’s High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit emphasised on Thursday that peace was in the interest of both India and Pakistan and said the neighbours could achieve a lasting peace through “meaningful dialogue”...

    Speaking at a flag-hoisting ceremony held in New Delhi to mark the 77th Pakistan Day, Mr Basit said Pakistan was keen to settle all outstanding issues with India, including the Jammu and Kashmir dispute,...

  • ‘Pakistan can have good ties with both China, US’

    ISLAMABAD: Relations between Pakistan and the United States are just like a terrible marriage where divorce is not possible because the cost is too high...

    This was stated by Dr Moeed Yusuf, Associate Vice President Asia Center, United States Institute of Peace, Washington DC, at a lecture, “The Pakistan-US relationship in jeopardy - way forward?” organised by Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad (ISSI) here on Monday...

  • Pakistan wants UN team to visit both AJK, held Kashmir

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Thursday expressed its willingness to receive the United Nations’ Commission of Inquiry (COI) on Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK), but impliedly again conditioned it with New Delhi also agreeing to the commission’s visit to India-held Kashmir...

    Pakistan was ready for a commission of inquiry to visit both AJK and held Kashmir, Foreign Office spokesman Dr Muhammad Faisal said at the weekly media briefing apparently...

  • India to seal border with Pakistan, Bangladesh

    NEW DELHI: Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday said India plans to seal international borders with Pakistan and Bangladesh soon...

    “India is planning to seal the international boundaries with Pakistan and Bangladesh as soon as possible...

  • Opposition to boycott both houses until PM returns to parliament

    ISLAMABAD: Parliament House once again echoed with the question ‘Where is the prime minister?’ on Monday, as the opposition walked out of both the Senate and National Assembly and announced a boycott of proceedings until Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif came to the house and explained his position over his family’s offshore holdings...

    In the National Assembly, Mr Shah, recalling the days when the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf was camped...

  • Rohingya militants accused of attacking Myanmar troops; 89 killed from both sides

    MAUNGDAW (Myanmar): At least 89 people, including a dozen security personnel, were killed as Rohingya militants allegedly besieged border posts in northern Rakhine State, triggering a fresh exodus of refugees towards Bangladesh...

    But a previously unknown militant group emerged as a force last October under the banner of the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA), which claims to be leading an insurgency based in the remote May Yu...

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