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Maria Golovnina

China offers to mediate in stalled Afghan Taliban peace talks

Feb 12 2015

ISLAMABAD 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.

China offers to mediate in stalled Afghan Taliban peace talks

Feb 12 2015

ISLAMABAD 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.

China offers to mediate in stalled Afghan Taliban peace talks

Feb 12 2015

ISLAMABAD 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.

Taliban group threatens to attack India following border blast

Nov 05 2014

ISLAMABAD, Nov 5 A Pakistani Taliban group behind this week's devastating suicide bombing on the Pakistani-Indian border has said the attack was as much aimed at India as Pakistan, suggesting that Indian targets might be next.

Pakistani Taliban sack influential spokesman as divisions grow

Oct 21 2014

ISLAMABAD The Pakistani Taliban have sacked the movement's influential spokesman, according to a statement received by Reuters on Tuesday, in a sign of growing divisions within the deeply fractured group.

Pakistani Taliban sack influential spokesman as divisions grow

Oct 21 2014

ISLAMABAD The Pakistani Taliban have sacked the movement's influential spokesman, according to a statement received by Reuters on Tuesday, in a sign of growing divisions within the deeply fractured group.

Pakistani Taliban sack influential spokesman as divisions grow

Oct 21 2014

ISLAMABAD The Pakistani Taliban have sacked the movement's influential spokesman, according to a statement received by Reuters on Tuesday, in a sign of growing divisions within the deeply fractured group.

Pakistani Taliban sack influential spokesman as divisions grow

Oct 21 2014

ISLAMABAD, Oct 21 The Pakistani Taliban have sacked the movement's influential spokesman, according to a statement received by Reuters on Tuesday, in a sign of growing divisions within the deeply fractured group.

Political debut for scion of Pakistan's Bhutto dynasty

Oct 18 2014

ISLAMABAD The only son of Pakistan's assassinated Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto told hundreds of thousands of supporters on Saturday that he would fight for his party's revival, in an appearance intended to mark the official launch of his political career.

Political debut for scion of Pakistan's Bhutto dynasty

Oct 18 2014

ISLAMABAD The only son of Pakistan's assassinated Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto told hundreds of thousands of supporters on Saturday that he would fight for his party's revival, in an appearance intended to mark the official launch of his political career.

World News

U.S. Senate hands Trump historic rebuke on Saudi Arabia

The U.S. Senate delivered a rare double rebuke to President Donald Trump on Saudi Arabia on Thursday, voting to end U.S. military support for the war in Yemen and blame the Saudi crown prince for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.