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U.S., Gulf States Blacklist Afghan Taliban, Iranian Officers Over Terrorist Financing

The U.S. in a joint action with Saudi Arabia and other Gulf governments have blacklisted nine individuals associated with Afghanistan’s Taliban, including two Iranian military officers and a Pakistani. The announcement by the U.S. Treasury Department on October 23 says the Terrorist Financing Targeting Center (TFTC) blacklisted the individuals in …

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Pakistan Rejects Afghan Allegations Regarding Kandahar Attack

Pakistani Foreign Office has rejected Kabul’s allegations as “baseless” and unfounded” regarding a recent attack in Kandahar, in which senior Afghan officials were killed. In a statement issued on Wednesday, the Pakistan’s FO said: “Pakistan rejects baseless and unfounded allegations regarding the latest Kandahar attacks. No hard evidence or intelligence-related …

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Pakistan FM Phones Afghan Counterpart to Condole Loss of Lives in Kandahar Shooting

Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Friday telephoned his Afghan counterpart Salahuddin Rabbani to condole the death of senior government officials in a shooting in Kandahar yesterday. The death senior officials included Kandahar police chief Gen. Raziq and the provincial intelligence chief Gen. Momin Hussian Khail.  According to a …

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