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    The Embassy of the United States in Islamabad is the diplomatic mission of the United States in Pakistan. Ambassador David Hale is currently the United States Ambassador to Pakistan, as of November 2015.The U.S.

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    People in Gilgit Baltistan demand sealing border with China amid coronavirus outbreak
    International

    People in Gilgit Baltistan demand sealing border with China amid coronavirus outbreak

    The growing epidemic of Coronavirus has rung alarm bells across the world, including Gilgit Baltistan, a region under Pakist occupation.

    Arman Loni: A political murder in disguise
    International

    Arman Loni: A political murder in disguise

    Arman Loni was a professor of Pashto literature, and a poet, who died last year on February 2. But the death of the poet is something you cannot ever forget. This author still remembers when, barely twelve, the Italian poet and intellectual Pierpaolo Pasolini was brutally murdered: a political murder in disguise.

    Beijing grants 11-day visa extension to Pakist nationals stranded in Xinjiang amid coronavirus outbreak
    International

    Beijing grants 11-day visa extension to Pakist nationals stranded in Xinjiang amid coronavirus outbreak

    A group of Pakist students and community members stranded in Urumqi city, the capital of Xinjiang province in China's far northwest, due to suspension of flights in the wake of the new coronavirus outbreak have been granted an 11-day visa extension by authorities in Beijing.

    Action against Tahafuz Pashtun Movement is Pakistan's state terrorism
    International

    Action against Tahafuz Pashtun Movement is Pakistan's state terrorism

    Twenty-three people still in detention in Islamabad with charges of sedition, other PTM members and supporters were arrested in Bannu. A lawmaker, Mohsin Dawar, was brutally dragged by police, thrown into a car and detained for a couple of hours.

    'Pak has made significant progress to exit FATF grey list'
    International

    'Pak has made significant progress to exit FATF grey list'

    Pakistan had made significant progress to exit the Financial Action Task Force's (FATF) grey list, State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) Governor Reza Baqir said, adding that the central bank had been making all-out efforts to curb money laundering and terror financing.

    US ready to assist Pakistan: Alice Wells
    International

    US ready to assist Pakistan: Alice Wells

    Alice Wells, the top American diplomat dealing with South Asia, has acknowledged Pakistan's efforts for fulfilling the obligations of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), saying Washington stands ready to assist Islamabad in implementing them.

    Pak lawyers' body asks its Ahmadiyya members to renounce their faith
    National

    Pak lawyers' body asks its Ahmadiyya members to renounce their faith

    Islamabad's largest lawyers' body has made it mandatory for all its members to declare their faith in the finality of the last Prophet of Islam, with an aim to target the lawyers of the particular minority sect in Pakistan.

    Pakistan's ability to back terrorists diminished: US report
    International

    Pakistan's ability to back terrorists diminished: US report

    Pakistan's capability to intervene militarily in Kashmir has been reduced and backing militancy would be a costly alternative for a diplomatically isolated Islamabad, according to a policy analysis prepared for US Congress.

    Climate change due to deforestation worries people in Gilgit Baltistan
    International

    Climate change due to deforestation worries people in Gilgit Baltistan

    The exploitation of natural resources by China and Pakistan that has affected the ecology and demography in Gilgit Baltistan remains a major concern for the local residents of the region.

    Qureshi to visit Iran, Saudi, US in bid to defuse tensions
    International

    Qureshi to visit Iran, Saudi, US in bid to defuse tensions

    Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi is scheduled begin his three-nation trip to Iran, Saudi Arabia and the US on Sunday, aimed at offering Islamabad's held in defusing the ongoing tensions in the Persian Gulf.

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