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Afghanistan has pressed Pakistan to grant up to one year extension of the stay of over 1 million registered Afghan refugees in Pakistan, Afghan diplomats said on Monday.

 
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Pakistan Foreign Se­cre­tary Tehmina Janjua has said that the country will continue to have engagement, as far as possible, with the US because America is not only a global power but also has its presence in the region, and "for us its almost our neighbour".

 
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The UN World Food Programme (WFP) on Friday condemned the food insecurity faced by the 655,500 Rohingyas who fled to Bangladesh from Myanmar since an outbreak of violence in August last year.

 
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Iran and Pakistan held talks on defence cooperation following US President Donald Trump's Twitter spree voicing support for the anti-government riots in Tehran and lashing out at Islamabad for supporting terrorists.

 
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 Amid opposition calls for retaliation, the Pakistan government on Friday accused the US of betrayal and decried "arbitrary deadlines" and "unilateral pronouncements" after the Donald Trump administration suspended an estimated $1 billion in military assistance.

 
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Pakistan on Thursday said it has no intention to ask the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for any new financial assistance.

 
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The US State Department on Thursday placed Pakistan on a Special Watch List for severe violations of religious freedom.

 
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Islamabad's failure to stop terrorist attacks on India or take action against Lakshar-e-Taiba leader Hafeez Saeed were not factors behind the United States suspending most military assistance to Pakistan, State Department Spokesperson Heather Nauert said Thursday. The US was concerned about the risks to its own personnel in Afghanistan from groups targeting them.

 
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In a major punitive action, the United States announced that it was freezing most security aid and delivery of military equipment because Islamabad continues to shelter terrorists despite several warnings from President Donald Trump and other leaders.

 
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Pakistan Defence Minister Khurram Dastagir on Wednesday rejected the notion that the country has acted against Hafiz Saeed due to pressure from the US, saying that all action against the Mumbai terror attacks mastermind was under the ambit of the country's own anti-terror operations.

 


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