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How the US made its Putin problem worse 
CNBC - 12 Hours ago
A pitstop in Moscow? Graham said the Bush administration telegraphed in small but telling ways that other foreign countries, particularly Iraq, took precedence over the bilateral relationship with
How the US made its Vladimir Putin problem worse Economic Times
How the U.S. made its Putin problem worse World News Report
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Dissent within after article, Profound Arrogance at UN. 
Aotearoa IMC - 11 Hours ago
Human Rights Council (New Zealand) 10D/15 City Rd., Auckland City. Greater signs of dissent are evident within human rights groups following the article,‘‘Profound’ Arrogance at UN’. The article     Add Comment

A king at full speed, his country at go-slow 
Haaretz - 12 Hours ago
Jordan's King Abdullah is making huge efforts to attract foreign investment. June was a very busy month for Jordan's King Abdullah. There was the Aqaba summit, parliamentary elections, hosting the International     Add Comment

The Innocents of Bagram Prison! 
Daily Outlook - 13 Hours ago
The decision of President Karzai to release some prisoners from the notorious Bagram prison was not much welcomed both on national and international media. It was termed a ‘mysterious’ act of government     Add Comment

April 19, 2014 by Mohammad Rasool Shah The Innocents of Bagram Prison! 
Daily Outlook - 13 Hours ago
The decision of President Karzai to release some prisoners from the notorious Bagram prison was not much welcomed both on national and international media. It was termed a ‘mysterious’ act of government     Add Comment

‘ISIL leader shot dead in Iraq’s Mosul’ 
Press TV - 13 Hours ago
A senior leader of the al-Qaeda-linked Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) has been shot dead near Iraq’s northern city of Mosul, security officials say. The officials, who were speaking on condition     Add Comment

The Establishment’s war on Rand Paul 
Press TV - 13 Hours ago
The war is on – no, not that war, this war: I’m talking about the GOP establishment’s war on Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, whose presidential campaign has taken wing and soared. And it isn’t just the     Add Comment

Iraq: Fatwa stirs controversy ahead of elections 
Asharq Al Awsat - 14 Hours ago
Election posters are hung along a street in the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk, on April 1, 2014, ahead of Iraq’s April 30 general elections. (AFP/Marwan Ibrahim) Baghdad, Asharq Al-Awsat —Iraq’s Shi’ite     Add Comment
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>>   Afghanistan
How the US made its Putin problem worse 
CNBC - 12 Hours ago
A pitstop in Moscow? Graham said the Bush administration telegraphed in small but telling ways that other foreign countries, particularly Iraq, took precedence over the bilateral relationship with
How the US made its Vladimir Putin problem worse Economic Times
How the U.S. made its Putin problem worse World News Report
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US Soldier Kerry Danyluk Killed in Afghanistan 
NBCNews.com - 12 Hours ago
After going several weeks with a US casualty, a U.S. Army soldier has been killed in Afghanistan’s Logar Province.    Add Comment

‘The Wrong Enemy: America in Afghanistan, 2001-2014’ by Carlotta Gall 
Washington Post - 12 Hours ago
In 2012, I rode in a white Toyota Corolla past upscale villas and cafes to the outskirts of Islamabad, arriving at a hidden complex that was home to Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), the country’s     Add Comment

Charity set up in honour of fallen heroes transform home for disabled girl who lost  
NewsRT.co.uk - 12 Hours ago
GOOD Samaritans have created a fantasy princess bedroom for a ­disabled girl who lost her soldier dad in Afghanistan. Builders and painters refurbished little Brooke Kirkness’s room after her father     Add Comment

Senators seek civil control over foreign policy 
The Nation Pakistan - 12 Hours ago
ISLAMABAD - The opposition parties in the Senate have called for civilian supremacy on the foreign policy of the country asking the incumbent government to end random multiplicity in policy formulation
NATIONAL - Senators seek civil control over foreign policy The Nation Pakistan
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Four Taliban prisoners escape Afghan jail 
The Nation Pakistan - 12 Hours ago
MAZAR-I-SHARIF : Four Taliban prisoners escaped from a northern Afghanistan jail and killed two guards using weapons that had been smuggled inside, officials said Friday. The incident occurred in the
Four Taliban prisoners escape from Afghan jail The News International
NATIONAL - Four Taliban prisoners escape Afghan jail The Nation Pakistan
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Afghan Presidential Polls 2014- The Mandate Should Be Respected 
Daily Outlook - 13 Hours ago
The world applauded third Afghan Presidential Polls held on 5th April 2014. There were two main reasons for the accolades. Firstly there was a visibly high turn-out. In all areas which they could safely     Add Comment

Efforts for Release of Motasim Agha Jan 
Daily Outlook - 13 Hours ago
The High Peace Council (HPC) which is responsible for advancing peace negotiation with Taliban militants said on Thursday that Motasim Agha Jan is prison in United Arab Emirates. It also claimed that     Add Comment
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>>   Iran
How the US made its Putin problem worse 
CNBC - 12 Hours ago
A pitstop in Moscow? Graham said the Bush administration telegraphed in small but telling ways that other foreign countries, particularly Iraq, took precedence over the bilateral relationship with
How the US made its Vladimir Putin problem worse Economic Times
How the U.S. made its Putin problem worse World News Report
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Obama signs bill to block visa for Iran’s U.N. envoy 
Washington Post - 13 Hours ago
President Obama on Friday signed a law barring the U.S. government from providing a visa to any nominee to the United Nations deemed to have engaged in terrorist activity, a measure aimed at blocking     Add Comment

Few Clues as to How US Mystery Jet Ended Up in Iran 
NewsMax.com - 14 Hours ago
Close More ways to share... Stumbled LinkedIn Vine Reddit Delicious Newstrust Tell my politician Technocrati Share: Get Short Link | | Comment | Contact Us | Print | A     Add Comment

U.S. insists on visa denial to Iran's envoy 
Xinhua News Agency - 14 Hours ago
WASHINGTON, April 15 (Xinhua) -- The United States insisted on Tuesday that it will not issue a visa to Iran's new ambassador to the United Nations Hamid Aboutalebi for his role in the 1979 hostage crisis.     Add Comment

House votes to bar Iran's envoy from entry 
Xinhua News Agency - 14 Hours ago
WASHINGTON, April 10 (Xinhua) -- U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday passed legislation by unanimous consent that would ban Iran's new United Nations ambassador from entering the United States.     Add Comment

Iran will by no means retreat from its nuclear achievements as they are indigenous  
Xinhua News Agency - 14 Hours ago
TEHRAN, April 18 (Xinhua) -- Local experts managed to indigenize the nuclear technology by " self-reliance, diligence and constant efforts" without the help of foreigners, Tehran's interim Friday prayers     Add Comment

U.S. plane spotted in Tehran? 
CNN - 15 Hours ago
Photos show an American corporate airplane on a runway in Iran, where U.S. businesses are prevented from doing business because of sanctions. What is it doing there? CNN's Suzanne Malveaux investigates.    Add Comment

Iran defeat Germany in football’s RoboCup 
The Nation Pakistan - 12 Hours ago
TEHRAN - Whether it is 11 players on a pitch or four football playing robots, Germans often win - but it was Iran who triumphed in the RoboCup in Tehran at the weekend. In a spectacle that could be considered     Add Comment
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>>   Pakistan
Increasingly tough for bowlers - Saeed Ajmal 
Reuters India - 14 Hours ago
KARACHI (Reuters) - Pakistan's Saeed Ajmal, widely regarded as the world's best off-spinner, says that life is becoming increasingly tough for bowlers in limited-overs cricket. The 36-year-old believes
It's getting increasingly tough for bowlers, says Ajmal Times of India
Cricket-It's getting increasingly tough for bowlers, says Ajmal Reuters India
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‘The Wrong Enemy: America in Afghanistan, 2001-2014’ by Carlotta Gall 
Washington Post - 12 Hours ago
In 2012, I rode in a white Toyota Corolla past upscale villas and cafes to the outskirts of Islamabad, arriving at a hidden complex that was home to Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), the country’s     Add Comment

Pakistani Christians mark Holy Week in Lahore 
Xinhua News Agency - 13 Hours ago
Pakistani Christians attend Good Friday service at the Saint Anthony Church in eastern Pakistan's Lahore on April 18, 2014. Thousands of Christian around the world mark Holy Week with a series of deeply     Add Comment

Govt assures Opp of fixing ‘Nazi law’ 
The Nation Pakistan - 12 Hours ago
ISLAMABAD - The government on Friday in the Senate succeeded, at least for some time, in calming down the opposition parties on the controversial Protection of Pakistan Bill-2014 by giving assurance that     Add Comment

Mush snubs workers for raising anti-govt slogans 
The Nation Pakistan - 12 Hours ago
ISLAMABAD - Former military ruler general (retd) Pervez Musharraf has advised the rulers to concentrate on welfare of 180 millions Pakistanis by providing them better employment opportunities and security.     Add Comment

ECP notifies Ludhianvi as MNA 
The Nation Pakistan - 12 Hours ago
ISLAMABAD  - The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) Friday notified Maulana Muhammad Ahmad Ludhianvi as MNA elected to the National Assembly from NA-89, Jhang-1. He has returned as MNA following the     Add Comment

Drive for traffic sense 
The Nation Pakistan - 12 Hours ago
ISLAMABAD - It was a big surprise for the participating students of a lecture at the Quaid-i-Azam University when a police officer - IG Motorway Police Zulfiqar Cheema - against expectation, inspired     Add Comment

Cop slaps Chinese engineer 
The Nation Pakistan - 12 Hours ago
KARACHI - A cop of Pakistan Railway police allegedly slapped a Chinese engineer here on Friday at the Karachi Cant Station. Constable Ejaz allegedly slapped a Chinese engineer after exchange of hard     Add Comment
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