JI AJK flays Pakistan’s ‘feeble’ policy on Kashmir issue – South Asian News Agency (SANA)


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JI AJK flays Pakistan's'feeble' policy on Kashmir issue
South Asian News Agency (SANA)
RAWALPINDI, (SANA): Jamaat-e-Islami, Azad Jammu & Kashmir (JIA JK) on Monday urged the Government of Pakistan not to start dialogue with India until India
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Pak-US diplomatic row – Pakistan Observer


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Pak-US diplomatic row
Pakistan Observer
Islamabad—Pakistan and the United States are heading to a diplomatic row over the killing of Pakistani nationals by an American citizen in Lahore last week
Courts Should Rule on Detained US Diplomat, Says PakistanVoice of America
US defends diplomat accused of killing 2 in PakistanAFP
US consulate employee kills two in Pakistan: What we knowChristian Science Monitor
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PML-N not satisfied with implementation – Pakistan Observer


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PML-N not satisfied with implementation
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Lahore—Pakistan Muslim League (N) in a consultative meeting reviewed current political and economic situation, implementation of PML-N 10-point agenda,
Nawaz reiterates dissatisfaction over progress on 10-point agendaDaily Times
PML-N to move people's courtThe Nation, Pakistan
PML-N reviews political situationAssociated Press of Pakistan
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Pakistani Nuclear Arms Pose Challenge to US Policy – New York Times


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Pakistani Nuclear Arms Pose Challenge to US Policy
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WASHINGTON — New American intelligence assessments have concluded that Pakistan has steadily expanded its nuclear
Report Says Pakistan's Nuclear Arsenal Tops 100Voice of America
Coping with Islamist PakistanForeign Policy Journal
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Pakistan flood alert ‘not shared’ – BBC News

Pakistan flood alert 'not shared'
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A study has suggested that the effects of last year's floods in Pakistan could have been less catastrophic if European weather forecasts had been shared
Pakistan floods could have been minimised: US teamStraits Times
Study: Pakistan floods were predictableUPI.com

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Red Cross warns of uprising in Pakistan – ABC Online


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Red Cross warns of uprising in Pakistan
ABC Online
IFRC president Tataderu Konoe says there is a risk of political turmoil in districts of Pakistan devastated by last year's floods.
INTERVIEW-Pakistan could see Tunisia-style unrest – Red CrossReuters Africa
Red Cross warns of Pakistan social unrestAustralia Network News

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LIBYAN RESPONSE TO POTUS AFGHANISTAN/PAKISTAN STRATEGY – Telegraph.co.uk

LIBYAN RESPONSE TO POTUS AFGHANISTAN/PAKISTAN STRATEGY
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(C) Matari said that Libya had noted long ago that Pakistan was going to be the key to success in Afghanistan. He recalled that when Abdul Rahman Shalgam

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Pakistan floods last summer could have been predicted, experts say

Five days before intense monsoonal deluges unleashed vast floods across Pakistan last July, computer models at a European weather-forecasting center were giving clear indications that the downpours were imminent. Now, a new scientific study that retrospectively examines the raw data from these computer models, has confirmed that, if the information had been processed, forecasters could have …

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Egypt could become a greater threat than Pakistan, say analysts – The Guardian


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Egypt could become a greater threat than Pakistan, say analysts
The Guardian
Egypt has the potential to take Pakistan's place as the country posing the greatest threat to Britain's security, intelligence analysts said today.

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New Zealand-Pakistan fourth ODI today – Daily Times


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New Zealand-Pakistan fourth ODI today
Daily Times
It used to be the norm in 1980s before Saeed Anwar and Aamir Sohail changed that in the 90's, but once again, without a settled opening pair, Pakistan are
Pakistan in no hurry to name World Cup captainStuff.co.nz
Waqar happy with Pakistan's World Cup progressArab News
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