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Pakistani PM travels to China to discuss Kashmir
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has traveled to China on a two-day visit to discuss the situation in Kashmir, which Pakistan disputes with India, as well as other issues.
Saudi Arabia, Iran take steps towards talks
Saudi Arabia and Iran have taken steps towards indirect talks to defuse tensions in the Middle East, with Riyadh asking Iraq and Pakistan to speak with the Iranian leadership about deescalation, according to the New York Times.
Pakistan, Taliban urge resumption of Afghan peace talks
Pakistan and the Afghan Taliban militant group have called for the “earliest resumption” of peace talks to end the United States’ 18-year war in Afghanistan.
Taliban, US negotiators in Pakistan to try and resume talks
In a move to get the long-running tough talks going, the co-founder of the Taliban militant group and Washington’s special envoy for Afghanistan have traveled to Pakistan.
Pakistan summons Indian diplomat over shelling in Kashmir
Pakistan has summoned India’s deputy high commissioner in the wake of a recent ceasefire violation by Indian forces in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir.
Pakistan offers tax holiday for foreign investment in tourism sector
The government of Pakistan is offering tax holiday for foreign investments in the tourism sector in a bid to attract Foreign Direct Investment (FDI).
Pakistan's PM warns of ‘bloodbath’ in Kashmir
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan says a “bloodbath” will take place in Indian-administered Kashmir when India lifts its “inhuman” curfew imposed when New Delhi stripped the disputed region of its autonomous status.
Imran Khan says Pakistan 'will not recognize' Israel
Pakistan will not recognize Israel until there is a homeland for the Palestinians, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said during an event at the Asian Society in New York City on Thursday evening.
Death toll rises in Pakistan earthquake
Iran offers condolences
5.8-magnitude quake kills 19, injures hundreds in Pakistan
An earthquake of magnitude 5.8 has shaken northern Pakistan, killing 19 people and injuring 300, government and police officials said.
Tourism to bring people of Iran, Pakistan closer
Thousands of Pakistanis visit Iran for religious and cultural purposes each year, showing the people of two countries can be brought further close to each other through promotion of bilateral tourism.
No talks with India until curfew lifted: Pakistan PM
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has ruled out the possibility of talks with India over Kashmir until the curfew imposed on the disputed region is lifted.
Pakistan resolute on peace pipeline with Iran: Envoy
Pakistan’s Ambassador to Tehran Riffat Masoud underlined her country's willingness to further develop ties and cooperation with Iran, citing Islamabad’s “serious efforts” to accomplish its end of the peace gas pipeline.
ISGS, NIGC sign revised agreement for Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project
The Inter State Gas Systems (ISGS) of Pakistan and the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC) on Monday signed a revised agreement for the much-delayed Iran-Pakistan (IP) gas pipeline project.

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