• 'Act Against Terrorists' US Tells Pakistan

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    WASHINGTON: : The United States of America has blocked 300 million dollars in military aid to Islamabad after it failed to get a Congressional certificate for "satisfactory" action against the Haqqani terrorist network. The Pentagon said it was in Pakistan's interest to take action against terrorists in "as many ways as possible." "We continue to have a close relationship with Pakistan with regard to terrorism and fighting terrorism. (But) It's obviously in Pakistan's interest and in our interest to combat terrorism in as many ways as possible." Pentagon Press Secretary Peter Cook said. The Haqqani ne...Read More


  • India's new threats: From Islamic State to FETO

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    Delhi: Over the last week, Afghanistan and Syria have warned India to step-up preventive measures to ensure that the Islamic State does not manage to set-up its base in the country. India could face a threat from Fethullah Gulen Terrorist Organisation – (FETO) warned Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu during his visit to India where he met External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj. This, after Turkey continues to recover from a failed coup, with President Recep Erdogan pinning the blame on that organisation. But it's not just FETO. Over the last week, Afghanistan and Syria have warned In...Read More


  • Russia-Iran Alliance Threatens United States

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    Delhi: As the United States try to push Russia into a corner, the latter has been trying to find ways to cooperate with more countries for a more formidable alliance. According to experts, the newfound alliance brewing between Russia and Iran could be a threat to the United States. Who will win in case a full out war ensues? Russia-Iran Alliance Threatens the United States According to experts, Russia's use of of an Iranian air base to rain down on rebels in Syria is sending the United States a message. Russia is trying to reiterate to the United States that either the nation will join it or Vla...Read More


  • Aleppo Boy: Omran Daqneesh Brings Truce, Vladimir Putin Supports Ceasefire

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    1: Aeartbreaking photo of a young Aleppo boy named Omran Daqneesh, rescued from debris after an airstrike, has emerged. The little boy’s photo shows how weary he was. He was sitting in an ambulance, blood and dust on his face. A video footage also projects the nightmare that has been prevailing within the war-torn northern city of Aleppo. The photographs of the child were widely distributed on social media. On Thursday, the Russian military said it would be glad to support a call for weekly ceasefires inside Syria’s contested city of Aleppo. The Russian Defense Ministry said they were goi...Read More


  • Pakistan military unlikely to stage a coup now: US experts

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    1: WASHINGTON: Pakistan's powerful military is not prepared to bring down the civilian government but would maintain its 'dominating influence', prominent US scholars have said amid efforts to find a successor to army chief General Raheel Sharif. The chances of a sudden change of government in Pakistan are remote as the military is not prepared to bring down the civilian set-up, according to Ambassador Robin Raphel. The former US assistant secretary of state for South Asia was among half a dozen American scholars who analysed the current political situation in Pakistan at a recent semin...Read More