Why the Taliban are happy that the US and Pakistan patched things up

Pakistan has reopened the trucking routes NATO relies on for getting weapons and other goods into Afghanistan. That has US generals and the Taliban smiling.

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Kim and Li deliver weightlifting masterclasses

LONDON: Charismatic North Korean Kim Un-Guk and China s Li Xueying broke a raft of records as they handed out two

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Visa scam: Asad to release more videos

LONDON: The central character in Olympic visa scandal, Muhammad Ali Asad in an interview given to Geo News on Tues

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Uncertainty looms over PM’s visit to Pakistan – New York Daily News

Uncertainty looms over PM's visit to Pakistan
New York Daily News
New Delhi, July 31 — Days after Pakistans President Asif Ali Zardari formally invited him to visit Pakistan, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has yet to respond, indicating uncertainty over the much-speculated trip. On Friday, Zardari had written to

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Pakistan, US sign NATO convoy deal

Pakistan on Tuesday signed a deal with the United States allowing NATO convoys to travel into Afghanistan until the end of 2015, seeking to draw a line under a seven-month border blockade.

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Pakistan ISI chief in US visit

Pakistan's spy chief Lt Gen Zaheerul Islam is set to make his first trip to the US since assuming his post as troubled relations continue to improve.

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Pakistan, U.S. sign NATO supply route pact

RAWALPINDI, Pakistan, July 31 (UPI) — U.S. and Pakistani officials signed an agreement Tuesday to allow NATO supply convoys to cross Pakistan into Afghanistan until the end of 2015.

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Part-timer Tiwary restricts Sri Lanka in 4th ODI

COLOMBO: Part-timer Manoj Tiwary grabbed four wickets to help India restrict Sri Lanka to 251-8 in the fourth one-

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US urges Pakistan to take action against Haqqani network, stem flow of bomb … – Washington Post

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US urges Pakistan to take action against Haqqani network, stem flow of bomb
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WASHINGTON — The Obama administration expressed renewed frustration with Pakistan on Tuesday, urging its reluctant counterterrorism ally to break remaining links between its security services and the Haqqani network and stem the flow of bomb-making
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Two Rangers men gunned down in Karachi

KARACHI: Two men of Rangers were shot and killed by unknown armed assailants in mobile market near Bacha Khan Chow

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