British woman killed fighting Turkish forces in Afrin

British woman killed fighting Turkish forces in Afrin

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Blocking Saudi nuclear plant opens door to China, US energy secretary says

WASHINGTON: A US failure to build civilian nuclear reactors in Saudi Arabia may allow countries that lack nuclear proliferation standards to step in, Energy Secretary Rick...

Chinese President, Premier may visit India this year as both nations make Doklam a...

The forward-looking approach adopted by India and China after the Doklam standoff could see top leaders from Beijing visiting Delhi this year. Senior officials...

FATF grey listing to take its toll on Pakistan economy

NEW DELHI: Pakistan’s economy will be adversely impacted following Friday’s decision by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) to put the country in the...

Afghanistan welcomes Pakistan’s inclusion on Terror Finance Watch List and AID cut

Afghanistan has welcomed the rising international pressure on the counter-terrorism front against Pakistan including its recent listing on a terrorism financing watch list and...

Killing of 2 Pakistani soldiers prompt heavy firing across LoC

JAMMU: Heavy firing exchanges erupted on Thursday on the Line of Control (LoC) in Rajouri district after two Pakistani soldiers were killed in retaliatory firing...

Turkey is becoming the next Pakistan. Just look at these signs

There isn't much that Turkey's president can do these days to further debase his reputation in the West. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has crushed peaceful...

Indian military scrambles to keep up after China moves to put forces in Africa

China and India are competing for regional supremacy in the Indian Ocean as they look establish a stronger military and economic presence in bordering...

India naval exercises inflame tensions with China, expand potential conflict from land to sea:...

India is hosting a naval exercise with 23 participating nations in March, prompting Chinese observers to warn that Sino-Indian tensions are spreading from the...

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