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Indias Jaishankar in Pakistan for SAARC talks
Date:  Tuesday, March 03, 2015
Title:  Indias Jaishankar in Pakistan for SAARC talks
Description:  India's Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar met with Pakistani officials in Islamabad Tuesday in the first high-level visit to Pakistan since relations between the arch rivals soured last year. Duration: 01:02
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Saudi Court Jails Al Qaeda Recruiters, Bin Laden Associate: Newspaper
Date:  Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Title:  Saudi Court Jails Al Qaeda Recruiters, Bin Laden Associate: Newspaper
Description:  Saudi newspapers said on Tuesday, a Saudi court has jailed at least 13 men on counts including the recruitment of al Qaeda militants for the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States and sheltering Osama bin Laden in Pakistan. Most of the 19 hijackers in the Sept. 11 attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people, and some of the victims' families are pursuing a lawsuit accusing Saudi Arabia of pro...
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Afghans Arrested Chinese Uighurs to Aid Taliban Talks Bid: Officials
Date:  Friday, February 20, 2015
Title:  Afghans Arrested Chinese Uighurs to Aid Taliban Talks Bid: Officials
Description:  Afghan security officials said on Friday that Afghanistan arrested and handed over several Muslim Uighur militants from China's west in an effort to persuade China to use its influence with Pakistan to help start negotiations with the Taliban, The deal sheds light on China's increasing importance in Afghanistan and Pakistan, with its involvement in efforts to end the war with Taliban, who have bee...
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Pakistan Officials Say Afghan Taliban Signal Readiness for Peace Talks
Date:  Thursday, February 19, 2015
Title:  Pakistan Officials Say Afghan Taliban Signal Readiness for Peace Talks
Description:  Senior Pakistani army and diplomatic officials said on Thursday the Afghan Taliban have signaled through the Pakistani military that they are willing to open peace talks, which could begin later in the day. Sources in the Afghan Taliban said their negotiators would hold a first round of talks with U.S. officials in Qatar on Thursday, although no comment was immediately available from U.S. or Qatar...
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India Clears $8 Billion Warships Project to Counter Chinese Navy
Date:  Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Title:  India Clears $8 Billion Warships Project to Counter Chinese Navy
Description:  India's government has cleared a $8 billion plan to build the country's most advanced warships, defense sources said, just months after ordering new submarines to close the gap with the Chinese navy in the Indian Ocean. Since taking over last year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has signaled his resolve to build a strong military after years of neglect that military planners say has left India unabl...
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Alleged Al Qaeda Operative Goes on Trial in New York
Date:  Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Title:  Alleged Al Qaeda Operative Goes on Trial in New York
Description:  A prosecutor told a federal jury at the New York trial of a Pakistani man it will be the first to consider evidence seized at the 2011 raid in which Osama bin Laden was killed. 28 year old Abid Naseer was allegedly involved in al Qaeda conspiracy to carry out attacks in New York and Europe. He was arrested in 2009 in Manchester, England, where he had been living on a student visa. Brooklyn federal...
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Bomb Blast Kills Two at Shiite Mosque in Pakistans Rawalpindi
Date:  Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Title:  Bomb Blast Kills Two at Shiite Mosque in Pakistans Rawalpindi
Description:  A hospital spokesman in the Pakistani city of Rawalpindi said a bomb blast in a Shi'ite mosque killed two people and injured six on Wednesday, the latest in a string of deadly attacks targeting the minority sect over the past month. Fahad Marwat, a spokesman for the Taliban splinter group Jundullah, claimed responsibility, saying it was revenge for an ongoing army operation aimed at driving milita...
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Indias Ailing Air Force at Risk in Tough Neighborhood
Date:  Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Title:  Indias Ailing Air Force at Risk in Tough Neighborhood
Description:  India's air force risks a major capability gap opening up with China and Pakistan without new western warplanes or if local defense contractors can't produce what the military needs in a timely manner. A 2012 agreement to buy 126 Rafale fighters from France's Dassault Aviation has stalled due to a dispute over the assembly of the aircraft in India. India's first homegrown fighter, the Tejas light ...
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India prepare for Pakistan World Cup clash
Date:  Friday, February 13, 2015
Title:  India prepare for Pakistan World Cup clash
Description:  India's cricket team trains in Adelaide ahead of Sunday's much-anticipated World Cup clash against Pakistan. Duration: 0:45
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Killed at Prayer: 19 Worshippers Slain in Pakistan
Date:  Friday, February 13, 2015
Title:  Killed at Prayer: 19 Worshippers Slain in Pakistan
Description:  Officials said, armed men opened fire inside a Shiite place of worship in northwest Pakistan Friday, killing at least 19 people and wounding others. The attackers entered an Islamic center in Peshawar during Friday prayers. Senior police officer Amjad Khan told NBC News, The terrorists first hurled hand grenades and opened fire at the worshippers inside. Three explosions were heard inside the buil...
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India PM Sending Top Diplomat to Pakistan in Thawing of Ties
Date:  Friday, February 13, 2015
Title:  India PM Sending Top Diplomat to Pakistan in Thawing of Ties
Description:  Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is sending his top diplomat to Pakistan as part of a regional tour, the first top-ranking visit since Modi broke off talks last year over the disputed region of Kashmir. The sign of a thaw in ties comes weeks after a visit to India by U.S. President Barack Obama. The United States has long privately encouraged dialogue between India and Pakistan hoping that bett...
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Did Brian Williams Embed With SEAL Team 6?
Date:  Friday, February 13, 2015
Title:  Did Brian Williams Embed With SEAL Team 6?
Description:  Disgraced and suspended NBC News anchor Brian Williams may have some more explaining to do. On May 3, 2011, just two days after the daring U.S. Navy SEAL Team 6 raid that killed Osama bin Laden in Pakistan, Williams said on his NBC News show, Now, people might be hearing about SEAL Team 6. I happen to have the great honor of flying into Baghdad with them at the start of the war. With this statemen...
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At least 18 dead as Taliban storm Pakistan Shiite mosque
Date:  Friday, February 13, 2015
Title:  At least 18 dead as Taliban storm Pakistan Shiite mosque
Description:  Heavily-armed militants stormed a Shiite mosque in Pakistan, killing at least 18 people in an attack claimed by the Taliban as revenge for the execution of one of their senior members. Duration: 00:58
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Pakistan: Army Arrests 12 Taliban Involved in Deadly School Attack That Killed 150
Date:  Thursday, February 12, 2015
Title:  Pakistan: Army Arrests 12 Taliban Involved in Deadly School Attack That Killed 150
Description:  A Pakistani army spokesman says 12 local Taliban militants involved in a deadly school attack late last year have been arrested. Maj. Gen. Asim Saleem Bajwa told a media briefing Thursday that another nine members of what is believed to be a 27-member cell have already been killed. Bajwa credited the cooperation by neighboring Afghanistan — where six of the men were arrested based on tips from Pak...
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China Offers to Mediate in Stalled Afghan Taliban Peace Talks
Date:  Thursday, February 12, 2015
Title:  China Offers to Mediate in Stalled Afghan Taliban Peace Talks
Description:  China offered on Thursday to mediate in stalled efforts to engage the Afghan Taliban in peace negotiations, reflecting its desire to play a more active role in a region it sees as part of its sphere of influence. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi made the announcement in Islamabad as he arrived in the Pakistani capital on a two-day visit aimed at cementing traditionally warm ties between communist ...
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Expanding Its Role in Afghanistan, China to Help Build Dam, Roads
Date:  Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Title:  Expanding Its Role in Afghanistan, China to Help Build Dam, Roads
Description:  China has promised to help build a hydroelectric power plant in a violent Afghan border region, as well as road and rail links to Pakistan. The offers are seen as the latest sign that China is taking a more active role in Afghanistan. An Afghan Foreign Ministry spokesman says the assistance will include an unspecified amount of financing. The announcmenet comes a day after senior Afghan, Chinese a...
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Senior Islamic State Commander Killed in Afghanistan
Date:  Monday, February 09, 2015
Title:  Senior Islamic State Commander Killed in Afghanistan
Description:  Afghan officials say a senior Islamic State commander has been killed in a drone strike in the southern Helmand province. The deputy provincial governor says the commander, identified as Abdul Rauf, was killed along with four other militants when a drone-fired missile struck their car. Afghanistan's intelligence service issued a statement saying the suspected Islamic State commander was among six ...
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Rape, Acid Attacks, Kidnap: Girls Face Rising Violence in Fight for Education - U.N.
Date:  Monday, February 09, 2015
Title:  Rape, Acid Attacks, Kidnap: Girls Face Rising Violence in Fight for Education - U.N.
Description:  The U.N. human rights office said high-profile attacks such as the abduction 300 schoolgirls by Boko Haram in Nigeria and the shooting of Malala Yousafzai in Pakistan are a fraction of what is suffered by girls trying to get an education. Many of the attacks are done in the name of religion or culture, while others are gang-related, notably in El Salvador and other parts of Central America. Such v...
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Islamic State Executes Three of Its Chinese Militants: China Paper
Date:  Thursday, February 05, 2015
Title:  Islamic State Executes Three of Its Chinese Militants: China Paper
Description:  The Islamic State has killed three Chinese militants who joined its ranks in Syria and Iraq and later attempted to flee, a Chinese state-run newspaper said, the latest account of fighters from China embroiled in the Middle East conflict. Around 300 Chinese extremists were fighting with the Islamic State after traveling to Turkey. Chinese officials blame separatists from the East Turkestan Islamic ...
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Afghan Troops Fight Insurgents Near Pakistan Border, 18 Killed
Date:  Thursday, February 05, 2015
Title:  Afghan Troops Fight Insurgents Near Pakistan Border, 18 Killed
Description:  Police say at least 18 militants were killed in a gun battle in a mountainous district of Afghanistan near Pakistan, in the latest fighting in the region since a Taliban massacre of school children in the nearby city of Peshawar late last year. The operation was in a rugged province, where Osama bin Laden once had a base in the Tora Bora cave network and which has been the focus of air strikes in ...
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Anti-India protest in Pakistan on Kashmir Solidarity Day
Date:  Thursday, February 05, 2015
Title:  Anti-India protest in Pakistan on Kashmir Solidarity Day
Description:  Thousands of Pakistani protesters hold an anti-India protest rally to mark Kashmir Solidarity Day. Duration: 00:48
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Obama: Islamic State Conducting barbarism in Name of Religion
Date:  Thursday, February 05, 2015
Title:  Obama: Islamic State Conducting barbarism in Name of Religion
Description:  U.S. President Barack Obama said on Thursday Islamic State was a brutal, vicious death cult that was carrying out unspeakable acts of barbarism in the name of religion. Speaking at an annual prayer breakfast in Washington, Obama said recent violence in Paris, Pakistan, Syria and other places across the world showed that faith and religion could be twisted to be used as weapons. He said Islamic Sta...
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India does not qualify for UNSC permanent membership: Pak Foreign Ministry
Date:  Friday, January 30, 2015
Title:  India does not qualify for UNSC permanent membership: Pak Foreign Ministry
Description:  Pakistan said given its track record of human rights violation in Indian-administered Kashmir, India does not qualify for the permanent membership of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). Reacting on US President Barack Obama's approval for India bring permanent member of the United Nations Security Council, Pakistan Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Tasnim Aslam said the issue of Security Counc...
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Pakistan mosque hit by deadly sectarian attack
Date:  Friday, January 30, 2015
Title:  Pakistan mosque hit by deadly sectarian attack
Description:  A bomb blast at a Shiite mosque in southern Pakistan kills at least 15 people and wounds dozens more, officials say, in the deadliest sectarian attack to hit the country in more than a year. Duration: 00:35
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Pakistani teachers get gun training after Peshawar massacre
Date:  Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Title:  Pakistani teachers get gun training after Peshawar massacre
Description:  Teachers in northwest Pakistan are being given firearms training and will be allowed to take guns into the classroom in a bid to strengthen security following a Taliban massacre at a school last month. Duration: 01:17
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