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Pakistan to change mind

EDITORIAL: Pakistani officials seem to change behavior to Afghanistan as its foreign ministry has said that there were hopes of a “permanent” reopening of the crossings with Afghanistan. Foreign ministry spokesman, Nafees Zakaria said Thursday that Islamabad was taking steps ...

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Baseless accusations!

EDITORIAL: A suicide bomber blew himself up Thursday at a shrine in Pakistan’s southern province of Sindh. The attack that was claimed by the Islamic State (IS), aka Daesh terrorist group, left more than 70 people killed and 250 injured, ...

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Reviewing US-Pakistan relation

EDITORIAL: The top US commander in Afghanistan has suggested recently a “holistic review” of his country’s relationship with Pakistan. “Our complex relationship with Pakistan is best assessed through a holistic review,” General John Nicolson, commander of the Resolute Support forces ...

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Afghanistan in wrong hands

Afghanistan is passing through critical juncture. Friends are rare and a few but enemies are in abundance and very close. Perhaps, it is the most difficult for Afghans to stay together, united and in peace. National unity is under attack. ...

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Taliban vs Trump

EDITORIAL: The Taliban militant group in Afghanistan has urged the new US administration to withdraw all foreign forces by changing its Afghan policy. The Taliban has warned that the presence of the US-led NATO forces in Afghanistan would prolong the ...

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Bacha Khan’s 29th death anniversary

Remembering Bacha Khan- The Man who Matched his Mountains. EDITORIAL: Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan famous as Bacha Khan or the Frontier Gandhi, born on February 6, 1890 in Charsaddah Peshawar, will always live in hearts and minds of Afghan people. ...

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