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9 HOURS AGO - Reuters

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14 Pakistanis freed from U.S. custody in Afghanistan's Bagram prison: lawyers

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Fourteen Pakistani detainees were released from U.S. custody in Bagram Prison in Afghanistan and repatriated to Pakistan on Saturday, a Pakistani legal firm representing some of the prisoners said.

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10 HOURS AGO - Newsday

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Rescuers save 50,000 as floods hit south Pakistan

Rescuers evacuate 50,000 as floods hit plains in Pakistan's south, pushing death toll to 346

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21 HOURS AGO - Eurasia Review

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TTP End Game Rapidly Approaching, Analysts Say

By Zahir Shah Recent announcements by the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) continue to show that the militant group is in disarray. TTP chief Mullah Fazlullah September 7 expelled Umer Khalid Khurrasani on charges of conspiring against Afghan Taliban supreme commander Mullah Muhammad Omar and having links to shadow militant organisations. The TTP’s announcement came weeks after […] The post TTP End ...

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SEP 19, 2014 - Huffington Post

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Prime Minister Modi Says Al Qaeda 'Delusional' To Think India's Muslims Will Follow

NEW DELHI (AP) — Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said al-Qaida is "delusional" if it believes it holds any appeal for India's large Muslim population. Earlier this month, the head of the extremist group, Ayman al-Zawahiri, said in a video that it had created an Indian branch that would bring Islamic rule to the entire subcontinent. "If anyone thinks Indian ...

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SEP 19, 2014 - The Guardian

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Floods in India and Pakistan offer a chance for peace-building

A younger generation of leaders from both nations are aiming to foster cross-border cooperation to combat climate changeSouth Asias rivers are again in furious flow with Indias northern state of Kashmir hit by the worst floods in 50 years. Its capital, Srinagar, has been overwhelmed by the deluge, with road links to the rest of India washed away and villagers ...

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