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Blasts, shootings claim 44 lives across Pakistan
Separate bomb blasts and shootings in the west, east and south of Pakistan have killed a total of 44 people as militants step up attacks on police and security forces in an apparent response to government offensives to push them out from key bastions.
Car bombing kills 11 in southern Pakistan
A powerful car bomb has killed at least 11 people and injured 20 others in Pakistan’s southern city of Quetta, officials say.
Islamabad slams US drone attacks in Pakistan
Islamabad has condemned the drone strikes by the United States against alleged militants on Pakistani soil, describing them as a violation of Pakistan’s sovereignty.
Pakistan to continue support for Afghan peace: UN envoy
Pakistan's Permanent Representative to the United Nations Maleeha Lodhi says Pakistan will continue its support for brining peace to Afghanistan, state media reported.
Pak MP stresses unity among Muslims to fight for rights of Palestinians
Member of Pakistan’s Senate stressed upon the need to forge unity among the Muslim nations to fight against the forces of evil and fight for the rights of the people of Palestine.
Pakistan starts fencing of its border with Afghanistan
Pakistan will soon begin the construction of a fence across its porous border with Afghanistan in order to improve security.
Pakistan in talks with Iran on FTA: Minister
Pakistani minister of commerce said that his country is getting ready to sign a free trade agreement (FTA) with Iran.
‘2 Pakistani diplomats go missing in Afghanistan’
Two Pakistani diplomats based in a consulate office in eastern Afghanistan have gone missing en route to their home country, Islamabad says.
IMF says Pakistan outlook ‘favorable,’ warns of risks
The International Monetary Fund said the outlook for Pakistan’s economy was 'favorable', citing Chinese infrastructure investments among reasons for growth but warned of risks to recent progress.
Pakistan’s Sharif slams ‘slandering’ of his family over wealth
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif lashed out at those behind a probe into the wealth of his family, saying the “slandering” campaign would certainly hurt the country.
Pakistan’s Sharif slams ‘slandering’ of his family over wealth
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has lashed out at those behind a probe into the wealth of his family, saying the “slandering” campaign would certainly hurt the country.
Pakistan welcomes Russia mediation between Islamabad, New Delhi
Pakistan has welcomed the offer of mediation by Russian President Vladimir Putin to resolve tensions between Islamabad and New Delhi.Last week Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif met with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit in Kazakhstan.
Fire trade between India, Pakistan kills 2 civilians in Kashmir
Fire exchanges between Indian and Pakistani troops have left at least two civilians dead and three others injured in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir.
Gunmen raid checkpoint, kill three policemen in Pakistan
Gunmen riding a motorcycle have shot dead at least three policemen at a checkpoint in southwestern Pakistan.

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