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Saudi seeks extradition of corruption suspects living abroad

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia - As part of its crackdown on corruption, now, Saudi Arabia’s public prosecutor has stated that he will pursue extradition for corruption ...


Pakistan Briefs U.S. Envoy On Counterterrorism Efforts

Pakistani officials have briefed a visiting senior U.S. diplomat on recent efforts to fight against terrorism, after the United States suspended security assistance to the ...


At Least Five Dead In Southwest Pakistan Ambush

Pakistani authorities say at least five members of the country's security forces were killed and several others wounded in an ambush in the southwestern province ...


Afghan Government Employee Accused Of Spying For Iran

Afghan officials say the country's main intelligence agency has arrested a government employee in the western province of Herat for alleged spying for Iran.Jilani Farhad, ...


Erdogan's Operation Against the Kurds in Syria can Begin at any Moment

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said preparations for the armed forces for a new anti-terrorist operation in Syria were completed and it could start at ...


Moscow says expects positive impulses from Armenia, Azerbaijan

PanARMENIAN.Net - Moscow expects some positive impulses from Armenia and Azerbaijan over the settlement of the Nagorno Karabakh conflict, Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov told ...


Afghan Community In Logar Awards Trump ?Bravery? Medal

A community gathering in Afghanistan's Logar Province has awarded U.S. President Donald Trump a "bravery" medal, thanking him for his tough stance against Pakistan.Said Farhad ...


Drone strikes kill 17 IS terrorists in Afghanistan

Kabul [Afghanistan], Jan 15 (ANI): At least 17 terrorists belonging to the Islamic State (IS) group have been killed in airstrikes conducted by foreign forces ...


Taliban Denies Attending Afghan Peace Talks in Turkey

Afghanistan government negotiators and Taliban officials have reportedly opened "unofficial" talks in Turkey to discuss "mechanisms" that could pave the ground for initiating a formal peace dialogue.


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