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11 Pakistani peacekeepers wounded in DR Congo: UN

Angry villagers opened fire at a UN peacekeeping base in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo on Monday, injuring at least 11 Pakistani peacekeepers, officials...

Pakistan signals end to blockade of NATO supplies

Top Pakistani leaders will on Tuesday discuss ending a blockade of foreign military supply routes into Afghanistan and repairing US relations, signalling a rapprochement...

US, Pakistan, Afghan military hold border talks

The commander of NATO-led forces in Afghanistan met Pakistan and Afghanistan army chiefs on Sunday for talks on border security, almost six months after...

Indian Minister Seeks Hike In Defence Outlay to Counter Twin Threats

India is looking to crank up its defence budget to counter the deepening military nexus between China and Pakistan, which could even extend to...

Obama in Afghanistan: ‘Time of war’ is ending

President Barack Obama said on Wednesday a "time of war" was ending in a moment of US renewal, after slipping into Afghanistan on the...

Experts meet in Vienna for nuclear non-proliferation talks

Some 1,000 delegates from 190 countries gathered here Monday for the first of three sessions of preparatory talks for a 2015 conference reviewing progress...

China Defence and Security Report Q2 2012

China faced two potentially serious internal challenges to its stability in early 2012. A village uprising in Wukan, Guangdong, turned into an unplanned democracy...

Pakistan tests nuclear-capable ballistic missile

Pakistan successfully test-fired a nuclear-capable intermediate-range ballistic missile on Wednesday, the military said, less than a week after India tried out a long-range missile. The...

NATO Seeks Funding for Afghan Security Forces

Afghanistan needs further funding for its police and army if it is to secure the peace after international troops pull out in 2014. But...

Pakistan Defence and Security Report Q2 2012

Political turmoil, fragile security and tense relations with both Afghanistan and the United States meant that early 2012 was as unsettled for Pakistan as...