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Pakistan Urges Afghanistan to Take Action Against Terrorist Groups

Pakistan has reiterated its call for Afghanistan authorities to take concrete action against terrorist groups, including their sponsors and backers. Foreign Office Spokesperson Mumtaz Zahra Baloch emphasized that Pakistan has provided substantial evidence of individuals and groups responsible for terrorist incidents within Pakistan. Key Demands Assurance of Action The Afghan authorities are aware of the […]Read More

US State Department Reaffirms Stance on Taliban Funding

The US State Department has categorically denied providing funding to the Taliban, dismissing rumors and misinformation. Spokesperson Matt Miller clarified the department’s position during a press briefing on July 10, stating, “We do not provide any funding to the Taliban. That is absolutely false.” Miller’s remarks came in response to a journalist’s question about a […]Read More

PM Shehbaz Sharif Addresses SCO Summit: Calls for Unity and

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has reaffirmed Pakistan’s dedication to working with SCO member states to achieve common goals of peace and prosperity. Addressing the SCO Summit in Astana, Kazakhstan, he emphasized the need for unity and cooperation to secure a promising future for the region. Regional Connectivity and Economic Interaction The PM highlighted Pakistan’s strategic […]Read More

Afghanistan Beat Bangladesh to Reach Semifinals

Afghanistan’s cricket team has made history by defeating Bangladesh by eight runs, securing a spot in the T20 World Cup semifinals and eliminating Australia from the tournament. Afghanistan’s Bowling Masterclass Despite being restricted to 115-5, Afghanistan’s bowlers staged an impressive comeback, bowling out Bangladesh for 105 with just seven balls remaining. Skipper Rashid Khan led […]Read More

Pakistan Repatriates Over 620,000 Illegal Afghan Nationals

Pakistan‘s crackdown on illegal Afghan nationals continues, with a total of 620,981 individuals repatriated so far. 13,815 Afghans Return Home in 10 Days Between June 11-21, 13,815 Afghans returned to their homeland, including 5,014 men, 4,087 women, and 4,714 children. Deadline Expires: Over 500,000 Illegal Afghans Deported Following the expiration of the October 31 deadline, […]Read More

Spanish Tourists Killed in Gunmen Attack in Afghanistan’s Bamyan Province

KABUL: Three Spanish tourists were killed, and at least one other Spaniard was injured in a gunmen attack in Afghanistan’s central Bamyan province, Spain’s foreign ministry reported on Friday. Earlier, Taliban interior ministry spokesman Abdul Mateen Qani confirmed that the attack resulted in the deaths of three foreign tourists and one Afghan citizen. Additionally, four […]Read More

Iran Repatriates Illegal Afghan Immigrants Amid Terrorist Threats

Iran’s decision to repatriate illegal Afghan immigrants comes amid concerns over terrorist threats. The Iranian Interior Minister has announced that more than 1.3 million illegal immigrants have been returned from Iran thus far, with plans for stricter measures to prevent their future return. This move echoes similar actions taken by Pakistan, which initiated the repatriation […]Read More

Repatriation of illegal Afghans continues

Major progress was reported in the repatriation of Afghan citizens. As of March 24, 2024, the number of illegal Afghans voluntarily returning to their homeland has surged to 520,692, with the repatriation process ongoing. Over the past 12 days, from March 12 to March 24, a total of 7,186 Afghan individuals, including 2,874 men, 1,543 […]Read More

Quetta feels an earthquake

QUETTA: On Saturday, Quetta and the surrounding areas experienced earthquake tremors. At approximately 11:35 am, tremors with a richter scale value of 4.8 were felt. Residents came out of their houses reciting the Kalma in fear as a result of the shocks. The seismic center reports that the epicenter of the earthquake was located 98 […]Read More

Malala compares the way the Taliban treats women to apartheid

JOHANNESBURG: At a lecture hosted by the Nelson Mandela Foundation in South Africa on Tuesday, Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai compared the restrictions the Taliban has imposed on women in Afghanistan to the treatment of Black people during apartheid. After opposing the Pakistani Taliban’s efforts to prevent girls from attending school, Yousafzai, then 15 […]Read More