Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Islamabad, Kabul move to de-escalate border

ISLAMABAD - Pakistan and Afghanistan yesterday reached a tentative peace agreement as Kabul promised to act against terrorists’ sanctuaries inside its territory but handed a list of 32 alleged training centres seeking action from Islamabad. The two sides showed optimism to settle the issues ...

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