Pakistan has not been given any deadline by the US to resume the Nato supply routes since it was already “moving in the right direction”, the minister counsellor for public affairs of the US embassy said on Wednesday
KABUL: A Turkish helicopter crashed into a house on the outskirts of Kabul on Friday, killing 12 Turkish soldiers and two Afghan civilians in what appeared to be Ankara’s
ABOARD A US MILITARY AIRCRAFT: The US soldier suspected of killing 16 Afghan civilians in a shooting rampage could face the death penalty if convicted, US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said Monday.
KANDAHAR: Western troops shot dead 16 civilians, including nine children, in Kandahar province on Sunday, Afghan officials said, in a rampage that witnesses said was carried out by Americans who were laughing and appeared drunk.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has rejected the US report pertaining to Nato’s attack on Pakistani check post on November 26 that killed 24 soldiers, saying that with Brigadier General Stephen Clark as head, the investigation can never bring out unbiased findings, Geo News reported Wednesday.
WASHINGTON: US military’s Central Command in its investigation has revealed that it took 45 minutes for a NATO operations center in Afghanistan to notify a senior alliedcommander attack on Pakistani check-posts in Mohmand Agency, a report published in ‘The New York Times’ said.
WASHINGTON: US officials believe the country’s relationship with Pakistan has been seriously damaged and a counterterrorism alliance can survive only in a limited form, The New York Times reported late Sunday.
ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar said that US would be responsible if Pakistan failed in war on terror (WOT). She was briefing the Parliamentary Committee on National Security (PCNS).
KABUL: A Taliban car bomber struck a Nato military convoy in the Afghan capital on Saturday, killing 17 people, including 13 US troops, the deadliest single ground attack in 10 years of war in Afghanistan.
KABUL: Afghan President Hamid Karzai sought to distance himself on Monday from controversial remarks made in an interview in which he said Afghanistan would back Pakistan against the United States (US) in an all-out war.