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  • Changes in White House to increase pressure on Pakistan: experts

    WASHINGTON: This week’s shake-up in the Trump White House could also lead to greater pressure on Pakistan to create a condition that allows the United States to win the war in Afghanistan, US experts say...

    But the new South Asian desk in the White House National Security will now be headed by a person who wants Pakistan to align its policies on terrorism and Afghanistan with those of the United States...

  • High-flying White Ferns face winless Pakistan today

    TAUNTON: A big win over the West Indies pushed New Zealand back into the top four after four games at the ICC Women’s World Cup but skipper Suzie Bates knows that every game is crucial ahead of Saturday’s clash with the winless Pakistan side in Taunton...

    The White Ferns responded to the defeat against Australia in the best possible fashion here on Thursday, hammering the West Indies by eight wickets and chasing down a target of 151...

  • White House urges Congress to review restrictions on Pakistan aid

    WASHINGTON: The White House has warned Congress that its effort to restrict US military assistance to Pakistan would hurt bilateral ties...

    In a policy statement sent to Congress on Tuesday afternoon, the White House said that it appreciated the lawmakers’ concerns about the Haqqani network, but disagreed with their move to restrict aid as it would “unnecessarily complicate progress” in ties with Pakistan...

  • Complicated relationship kept Obama from travelling to Pakistan: White House

    Outgoing American president Barak Obama once 'expressed the desire' to visit Pakistan, but could not act upon the wish "for a variety of reasons, some of them relating to the complicated relationship between our two countries at certain times over the last eight years," White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said at a news briefing...

    The subject sprang up at the news briefing in light of President-elect Donald Trump's telephonic...

  • White House shuts down anti-Pakistan petition

    WASHINGTON: The White House has shut down an ongoing petition that sought to designate Pakistan a state sponsor of terrorism, saying that it is doing so on suspicion of fraud...

    In a blurb captioned, ‘Closed Petition’, the White House announced that the “petition has been archived because it did not meet the signature requirements...

  • Trump is following through on his commitment, says White House after suspension of US aid to Pakistan

    A day after Washington confirmed suspending $255 million of military aid to Pakistan, US Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said that the actions being taken against Islamabad are a follow-up to Donald Trump's South Asia policy announced last year...

    At that time, he laid out [a policy] and said that Pakistan is not fulfilling its obligations," said Sanders during the White House press briefing on Tuesday...

  • Trump not satisfied with Pakistan’s efforts, says White House

    WASHINGTON: The White House has said that President Donald Trump is not satisfied with Pakistan’s efforts to combat terrorism and the US is holding Pakistan responsible for its actions...

    “We’ve seen modest progress in terms of Pakistan’s actual acknowledgement of these (US) concerns but the President is not satisfied with progress when it comes to Pakistan,” said White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah when asked if...

  • Trump drives White House race down ugly road

    WASHINGTON: Donald Trump's gladiator-style politics may have finally caught up with him, as the Republican's rivals accuse him of turning the White House race into a violent circus and analysts warn of more trouble ahead...

    "Read: Trump accuses Democratic candidate of inciting protests at his ralliesDoes this mean the clashes, insults and beefed-up security presence are now part and parcel of this White House race? Some fear it...

  • Muslim group CAIR evacuates US HQ after getting white powder in mail

    WASHINGTON: Muslim advocacy group Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) evacuated its national headquarters on Capitol Hill on Thursday after receiving a letter containing white powder, but staff were later allowed to re-enter after authorities conducted preliminary tests and deemed the substance harmless...

    The presence of white powder in the letter sent to CAIR was reminiscent of the 2001 anthrax attacks that killed five...

  • Tensions to mark Xi’s White House visit

    WASHINGTON: President Barack Obama will offer his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping a full state welcome at the White House later this month, belying tensions fueled by Beijing’s increased military assertiveness...

    The White House has rebuffed Republicans’ calls, stressing the value of engagement, but it has also signalled a more confrontational stance on cyber security, maritime disputes and the economy...

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