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  • IS suicide attack affects Iraq’s Ramadi counter-attack

    BAGHDAD: A huge suicide attack on an Iraqi police base killed at least 37 people on Monday as an operation against the self-styled Islamic State group continued but looked far from retaking Ramadi...

    In Syria, the jihadists kept expanding their self-proclaimed caliphate after weekend gains against both government forces and rival rebels...

  • 'An attack on Japan is an attack on US,' says US top general

    The United States' (US) most senior military officer on Friday said North Korea understands that any attack on Japan is equal to one on the US itself and vice versa...

    General Joe Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, held talks with his Japanese counterpart at the defence ministry in Tokyo, wrapping up a regional tour during heightened tensions with North Korea...

  • Pakistan will present evidence from Badaber attack to Afghanistan: Rashid

    ISLAMABAD: Federal Information Minister Pervaiz Rashid on Sunday said Pakistan will provide evidence from Friday's Badaber PAF camp attack to the Afghan government, Radio Pakistan reported...

    The announcement comes two days after over a dozen armed men stormed a PAF camp in Peshawar, killing 29 people including a captain of the Pakistan Army and officials of the Pakistan Air Force...

  • Ex-Olympians urge Pakistan to attack against India

    LAHORE: The Asian Champions Trophy being in progress in Kuantan, Malaysia will see one of the high-octane hockey clashes when Pakistan take on arch-rivals India on Sunday...

    Defending champions Pakistan were off to a poor start when they lost their first match to hosts Malaysia 2-4...

  • Sri Lanka attack survivors bring top-level cricket back to Pakistan

    Tens of thousands of security will be deployed in Lahore on Sunday when Sri Lanka become the first major cricket team to visit Pakistan since they were targeted in a deadly ambush in 2009 — with attack survivors among those returning to the scene...

    Several Sri Lankan players and officials, including their head coach, have opted out of the Twenty20 fixture, after some voiced concern about security following ongoing militant attacks......

  • US says no group will be allowed to attack Pakistan from Afghan soil: Janjua

    Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua on Tuesday informed the Senate Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs that the United States (US) had assured Pakistan that no group, including Indian spy agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), would be allowed to launch attacks on Pakistani soil from across the western border...

    Participants of the Senate meeting, which was chaired by Nuzhat Sadiq, were also briefed by Janjua on Pakistan-US ties in...

  • Pakistan condemns attack on journalists

    UNITED NATIONS: Pak­istan unequivocally condemned all attacks on and violence against journalists in the performance of their professional duties...

    Participating in a debate on Protection of Journalists in Conflict Situations’ in the UN Security Council, Pakistan’s Permanent Representative Maleeha Lodhi said that Pakistan shares the international outrage on the recent beheading and summary execution of journalists by terrorist...

  • Pakistan bowling attack among world’s best, says Sarfraz

    SHARJAH: Skipper Sarfraz Ahmed on Friday said Pakistan had one of the best bowling attacks in the world and that had played a key role in his side surging to a 4-0 lead in the ODI series against Sri Lanka with just one match remaining...

    Pakistan’s seven-wicket win in Sharjah on Friday continued their run of success in ODIs that had begun with the ICC Champions Trophy which they had won handsomely...

  • Sri Lanka team to tour Pakistan in September in first visit since 2009 attack

    Sri Lanka's cricket board has approved a tour to Pakistan, eight years after a deadly militant attack on the team brought top international games in the country to a standstill, officials said on Monday...

    Sri Lanka Cricket chief Thilanga Sumathipala said that after a security assessment, the team had been cleared to play three Twenty20 internationals, including “at least one” in Lahore — the scene of the 2009 attack which left eight...

  • Kabul attack: FO rejects Afghan allegations against Pakistan

    ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office on Thursday asked the Afghan government to stop blaming Pakistan for its own failings as it trashed Kabul’s allegations about a Pakistani spy agency’s involvement in Wednesday’s terrorist attack in the capital city’s diplomatic neighbourhood as baseless...

    “The onus of setbacks and failures in Afghanistan should not be blamed on Pakistan...

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