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Syria slams ídespicableí Saudi support for US ploys in war-torn state            US government seeks Facebook help to wiretap Messenger: Reuters             Bomb that killed Yemeni kids supplied by US: CNN            Taliban Chief invites US to talks to ĎReach Understandingí to end the ongoing war            Return of the dead bodies of Pakistanis from Ghazni incorrect, claims Gen. Bajwa            Imran Khan Sworn In As 22nd Premier Of Pakistan            Kabul Husband Throws Acid In His Fiancťeís Face             Ghazni Is Not Safe For Aid Workers To Enter: UN            News Analysis: Experts foresee further deterioration of ties as U.S. slaps sanctions on Russia over spy poisoning            Canadian PM refuses to withdraw criticism of Saudi human rights record            Key labour figure defends calling out Israelís ígenocideí in Gaza            Russia: New US sanctions not based on evidence             Saudi jets attacks bus carrying children, leave 43 civilians dead            President Ghani orders strict follow up on cases of religious scholars            Consensus reached on peace with Taliban, elections: Junbish Party            

Bomb that killed Yemeni kids supplied by US: CNN

image1 Munitions experts have confirmed that a bomb used by Saudi Arabia in last weekís attack on a school bus in Yemen that killed dozens of children had been supplied by the US. The experts told CNN...



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Chinese president to pay formal visit to N Korea in Sept.: Report

Chinese President Xi Jinping is reportedly planning to visit North Korea in September at the invitation of the country’s leader Kim Jong-un to take part in the 70th anniversary of the North’s founding. The visit twill be Xi’s first since taking power in 2012, some 13 years after...




Syria slams ídespicableí Saudi support for US ploys in war-torn state

Syria has blasted Saudi Arabia for giving money to the US-led coalition to press ahead with what Damascus has described as "destabilization plots" in the war-torn country. A Foreign Ministry official on Friday urged the kingdom to abandon its "dangerous policies" in the region amid fears...




US government seeks Facebook help to wiretap Messenger: Reuters

The US government is trying to force Facebook to break the encryption in its popular Messenger app so law enforcement may listen to a suspect’s voice conversations in a criminal probe, three people briefed on the case said, resurrecting the issue of whether companies can be compelled to...




Bomb that killed Yemeni kids supplied by US: CNN

Munitions experts have confirmed that a bomb used by Saudi Arabia in last weekís attack on a school bus in Yemen that killed dozens of children had been supplied by the US. The experts told CNN on Friday that the bomb was a 227-kilogram laser-guided Mark 82 bomb. They also noted...




Taliban Chief invites US to talks to ĎReach Understandingí to end the ongoing war

The Taliban Supreme Leader Mullah Hebatullah Akhundzada has invited US to talks to ‘Reach Understandingí for ending the ongoing war in Afghanistan. Akhundzada made the remarks in his statement issued ahead of Eid Al-Adha. He said the Taliban group still emphasizes on the logic of understanding...




Return of the dead bodies of Pakistanis from Ghazni incorrect, claims Gen. Bajwa

The Chief of Army Staff of Pakistan General Qamar Javed Bajwa claims that reports the return of the dead bodies of Pakistanis from Ghazni are incorrect. "COAS reiterates that there is no support to any terrorist activity inside Afghanistan from Pakistan side. The alleged return of injured / dead terrorists...




Imran Khan Sworn In As 22nd Premier Of Pakistan

PM-elect Imran Khan on Saturday took oath as the 22nd prime minister of Pakistan at a ceremony held at the President House, Dawn News reported. Khan was administered his oath by President Mamnoon Hussain. As the ceremony concluded, Khan proceeded to the Prime Ministerís Office, where he was presented...




Kabul Husband Throws Acid In His Fiancťeís Face

Kabul police said Saturday that a man threw acid into his fiancéeís face on Friday night after she ended her engagement with him. Kabul police said the victim, Nilofar Akrami, was doused in acid in her home. Akrami, who is a nurse herself, is in hospital receiving medical treatment. Kabul...




Ghazni Is Not Safe For Aid Workers To Enter: UN

United Nation (UN) officials said on Friday it was not possible for aid workers to safely enter the city of Ghazni after the Taliban attack earlier this week.    Jens Laerke, spokesperson for UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said that there is no safe way for civilians...




News Analysis: Experts foresee further deterioration of ties as U.S. slaps sanctions on Russia over spy poisoning

U.S. experts have said the announcement on Wednesday of fresh U.S. sanctions against Russia over an alleged nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy and his daughter will further worsen the ties between Washington and Moscow. Heather Nauert, spokesperson for the U.S. State Department, said Washington...




Canadian PM refuses to withdraw criticism of Saudi human rights record

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his country will not withdraw its criticism of Saudi Arabia’s human rights record, rebuffing a call by the kingdom’s foreign minister, Adel al-Jubeir. The Canadian PM made the remarks at a Wednesday press conference in Montreal, stressing that...




Key labour figure defends calling out Israelís ígenocideí in Gaza

UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn’s key ally, John McDonnel, has defended his remarks during a 2012 speech, where he accused Israel of perpetrating a “genocide” by attacking Palestinians living in the Gaza Strip. The Daily Telegraph reported Wednesday that it had found a...




Russia: New US sanctions not based on evidence

Russia says a round of new sanctions imposed on Moscow by the United States over the alleged poisoning of a former Russian spy in the UK are not based on evidence and are “draconian.” “We grew accustomed to not hearing any facts or evidence,” said a statement by the Russian...




Saudi jets attacks bus carrying children, leave 43 civilians dead

Dozens of civilians have lost their lives and dozens more sustained injuries as Saudi warplanes targeted a bus carrying children in Yemen’s northwestern province of Sa’ada. The bus came under attack at a market in the Sa’ada town of Zahyn on Thursday, Yemen’s al-Masirah...




President Ghani orders strict follow up on cases of religious scholars

President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has ordered the Ministry of Interior to strictly follow the cases of the murder perpetrators involved in the killings of religious scholars. The Office of the President, ARG Palace, in a statement said President Ghani issued the latest instruction during a meeting with...




Consensus reached on peace with Taliban, elections: Junbish Party

The Junbish Milli Party says some of the key political parties and movements held talks regarding the peace process with the Taliban and upcoming elections during their last meeting over the past one week. A spokesman of Junbish Party Bashir Ahmad Tahyanj said a consensus was reached during the talks...




Pakistan to add 60,000 more troops along the Durand Line with Afghanistan

The Pakistani military officials have said as many as 60,000 more troops will be added to increase patrols along the Durand Line with Afghanistan. The officials have said the main purpose of a boost in troops number is to increase patrols along the Line with an aim to curb the flow of insurgents passing...




Afghanistan assumes full control of its airspace after almost 26 years

The Independent Civil Aviation Authority of Afghanistan assumed full control of the airspace of Afghanistan after almost 26 years. Deputy presidential spokesman Shah Hussain Murtazawi said Afghanistan has assumed the full control of its airspace for the first time since 1371 solar year. According...




ISIS-K fighters to be treated as war prisoners, not honored guests: Gen. Votel

The Commander of the US Militaryís Central Command Gen. Joseph Votel has said that the Afghanistanian government has assured that the surrendered ISIS Khorasan militants will be treated as war prisoners and not as honored guest. Speaking during a press conference, Gen. Votel said "I also want to comment...




Arab NATO: Goals, Challenges

Security pacts are the most common type of cooperation between the allied countries worldwide that are mainly based on mutual interests in areas like security and military cooperation and a common perception of threats and challenges. The US is one of the parties that is engaged in security agreements...




Three Foreigners Killed After Being Kidnapped In Kabul

Three foreign nationals working in Kabul were killed on Thursday morning by unknown gunmen. One Indian, one Malaysian and one Macedonian were reportedly kidnapped early morning and their bodies were later found in Mussahi district in Kabul province. They were kidnapped from PD9 in the city. Police...




EU Says ĎWe Stand United With Afghanistaní After Attacks

The European Union said in a statement on Wednesday that "we stand united with the people of Afghanistan" after the deadly attack in Jalalabad on Tuesday that killed 15 people including an IOM employee. "In the wake of the attacks in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, which claimed the lives of 15 civilians,...




Former NDS Chief Launches New Political Movement

A new political movement, led by former National Directorate of Security (NDS) chief Assadullah Khalid, was officially launched in Afghanistan on Thursday. Hundreds of supporters from around the country converged on the streets on Thursday morning to attend the launch of the movement, called...




Saudi Arabia arrests 2 womenís rights activists: HRW

Human Rights Watch says Saudi Arabia has arrested two prominent womenís rights activists in an "unprecedented" crackdown on opposition. HRW said in a statement on Wednesday that the Saudi authorities arrested award-winning gender rights activist Samar Badawi and Nassima al-Sadah earlier this...




AGO Calls SIGAR Report As ĎContradictoryí

The Attorney General Office (AGO) has rejected the recent report by the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR), saying the watchdog has no evidence. “The report is contradictory and is not based on facts and evidence,” Jamshid Rasouli, the spokesman of AGO...




Tajikistan blames Daesh-claimed attack on opposition

Police in Tajikistan have blamed an outlawed opposition party for a car-ramming attack that killed four tourists and that has been claimed by the Takfiri Daesh terrorist group. Police said in a statement on Tuesday that a detained man, identified as the mastermind of the Sunday car-ramming attack...




Pentagon creates blacklist of Russian, Chinese software

The US military has finished creating a “Do Not Buy” list of Russian and Chinese software that it says fail to comply with US national security standards. It took the Pentagon around six months to compile a list of the companies that it says are suspicious and must be avoided...




US detects new activity at North Korean missile site

US spy agencies say North Korea is possibly building more intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM) capable of reaching the United States. Citing senior US officials, The Washington Post reported on Monday that satellite photos and infrared imaging had indicated renewed work at a site...




Car bomb kills 10 in southern Philippines

A car bomb attack has claimed the lives of at least 10 people at a military checkpoint in the restive southern Philippines. The explosion occurred at a Citizen Armed Force Geographical Unit (CAFGU) detachment — which is staffed by military and civilian personnel — in the island province...




Civilians suffer heavy casualties in a roadside bomb explosion in Farah

A roadside bomb explosion targeted a civilian bus in western Farah province of Afghanistan, leaving scores of passengers dead or wounded. Provincial governorís spokesman Nasir Mehri confirmed that the incident took place on Herat - Kandahar highway at around 4:30am local time. Mehri further added...




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Bomb that killed Yemeni kids supplied by US: CNN

Taliban Chief invites US to talks to ĎReach Understandingí to end the ongoing war

Return of the dead bodies of Pakistanis from Ghazni incorrect, claims Gen. Bajwa

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Canadian PM refuses to withdraw criticism of Saudi human rights record

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