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Monthly Archives: January 2018

U.N. Must Step Up Pressure on Pakistan: U.S. ‹ Newsweek Pakistan

U.N. Must Step Up Pressure on Pakistan: U.S. Nicholas Kamm—AFP Envoy Nikki Haley says Afghan government is confident Islamabad can force Taliban to hold peace talks Returning from a U.N. Security Council visit to Afghanistan, U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley on Wednesday stressed the Kabul government wants world powers …

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Inquiry committee records Rao Anwar’s statement regarding Naqeebullah’s killing in ‘encounter’ – Pakistan

A three-member inquiry commission investigating the veracity of a “police encounter” that resulted in the killing of Naseemullah, better known as Naqeebullah Mehsud, held its first session on Friday during which Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Malir Rao Anwar recorded his statement. The commission also recorded statements by civil society …

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Insufficient Reforms ‹ Newsweek Pakistan

Fayez Nureldine—AFP Rights groups say Saudi women are still being silenced despite recent progress Despite enjoying some newfound freedoms such as the right to attend a football match, Saudi women, particularly rights activists, continue to be silenced, two rights groups said on Wednesday. The Paris-based International Federation for Human Rights …

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