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Pakistani militant arrested by Indian Army in Kupwara of North Kashmir. Had managed to flee earlier. Militant has been identified as 17 year old Zabiullah alias Hamzah, R/O Multan, Pakistan, associated with Hafiz Saeed's Lashkar. His interrogation is currently underway
Afghan president Ghani says three conferences will be held after Kabul Process – first in Tashkent on regional consensus, second discussions between Afghan and Indonesian religious scholars, and third a conference in the Gulf on economic support, employment and migrants
Afghan president Ghani says all government departments need to work to bring back all Afghan refugees from Pakistan as soon as possible
Two Pakistan trained militants with valid passports and visas issued by Pakistan High Commission in Delhi arrested by Baramulla Police in a major breakthrough. During interrogation, the duo have revealed significant details of terror camps being operated in Pakistan.
Pakistan is the center of Taliban: Ghani
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Not the right time to hold talks with Taliban: US
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Pak-Afghan Joint Working Group meeting in Kabul on Saturday: Pakistan Foreign Office
Most of those who drowned migrants are said to be from Pakistan
Afghanistan's ambassador to Pakistan Omor Zakhilwal has told that the 27 Afghan Taliban and Haqqani militants Pakistan is saying it handed over back to Afghanistan in November are "not actually militants but ordinary Afghans who had no documents."
Three survivors of boat capsize off Libya coast tell aid workers that most migrants who drowned were Pakistan nationals but still to be verified - IOM
Indian National Investigation Agency says, to fuel the secession activities, Pakistan is providing funds to the Hurriyat leaders and the same are channelized through Hawala, LoC trade and other means. Sometimes, the funds are provided directly by Pakistan High Commission of India.
7-year-old sexually abused and murdered in Karachi
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Police is Peshawar bust a gang involved in printing, smuggling of fake currency. Machinery, millions of rupees recovered
Pakistan will not allow its land to be used against neighbours: Foreign Office
Pakistan embassy in Kabul says information provided by Afghanistan is "being examined for its authenticity"
An attempted infiltration bid by Pakistan militants was successfully repulsed by alert Army troops in Tangdhar Sector in North Kashmir during the early hours of 31 January 2018: Indian Army
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Pakistan FM and Afghan @DrOmarZakhilwal talking to media after he visited Afghan embassy
Afghanistan says it has given neighboring Pakistan confessions and other proof that the militants who carried out a recent series of attacks were trained in Pakistan
Sindh minister Mir Hazar Bijarani found dead in Karachi
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Pakistani Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif visited Afghanistan Embassy in Islamabad "to convey condolences on terrorist attacks in Kabul": FO spokesman
Afghanistan rejected Pakistan claim, that handed over 27 Hanqqani and Taliban militants to Afghan Gov. @moiafghanistan says, they were ordinary Afghan Refugees and were freed back
Seven dead as pickup falls into Ghizer River
Afghan Minister of Interior Barmak says they will inform the public of the outcome of Saturday's visit by the Pakistani delegation
Afghan Minister of Interior Barmak implies Pakistan is cooperating with Afghanistan in the investigation into the recent spate of deadly attacks. Says Pakistan has promised Afghanistan it will take action against insurgents
Afghan NDS chief says it is clear that attacks on Afghanistan are originating from across the border and that the international community knows where insurgents have safe havens
Afghan NDS chief Stankezai says Pakistan will send a delegation to Kabul on Saturday to give feedback on questions Afghanistan put to them; says this was first step in the investigation and a number of people suspected of being involved have been arrested around the country
Afghan NDS chief Stanekzai says the names on list handed to Pakistan is confidential and cannot be released to the public as it could hinder investigations. He says attackers arrested gave full details about where they were trained and how the attacks were planned
Afghan NDS chief Stanekzai says Taliban can not call itself an opposition group and the fact they target civilians shows they are a "terrorist group". He says they handed over a list of names to Pakistan of people "clearly involved in killing people in Afghanistan"
Afghan National Directorate of Security chief Stanekzai said the recent attacks had been different and had targeted civilians while the use of an ambulance in a bombing was also in contravention of international laws. Says these attacks clearly show crimes against humanity
Afghan National Directorate of security chief Masoom Stanekzai also addresses press conference after returning from Pakistan and says their trip came after the attacks and the subsequent arrest of insurgents, who passed on information