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Pakistan said – the world community should keep in touch with Afghanistan, help in getting out of the current crisis

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Pakistan said - the world community should keep in touch

Pakistan said - the world community should keep in touch

Islamabad, 22 August: Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said on Sunday that the international community should maintain contact with Afghanistan and help it tide over the current crisis. In a meeting with the European Union’s Highest Representative for Foreign Affairs and Defense Policy and Vice President of the European Commission, Joseph Borrell, Qureshi took Pakistan’s stand on the situation in Afghanistan.

According to a statement issued by Pakistan’s Foreign Department, Qureshi stressed on ensuring the rights and security of all Afghans. According to the statement, Qureshi said that at present there is a need to maintain permanent contact with Afghanistan.

Qureshi said that Pakistan is in touch with regional and international partners. He said Borrell was briefed on talks with other European counterparts.

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Afghanistan: Taliban refutes reports of kidnapping Indians near Kabul airport

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Afghanistan: Taliban refutes reports of kidnapping Indians

Reports of abduction of many people, including Indians, from outside Kabul airport false: Taliban

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Pakistan Explosion in Balochistan province, two children killed, three others injured

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Pakistan Explosion in Balochistan

Islamabad, 20 August: At least two children were killed and three others injured in an explosion in Pakistan’s Balochistan province on Friday. police gave this information. According to the police, the blast took place in the Baloch ward area of ​​the port city of Gwadar on Friday afternoon following which bodies of two children were found on the spot.

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Afghanistan Crisis: Taliban killed nine people from minority community: Amnesty

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Afghanistan Crisis

Afghanistan Crisis

The rights group said on Friday that its researchers in Afghanistan spoke to eyewitnesses in Ghazni province who described how the Taliban killed nine people in the village of Mundarakht between July 4 and 6. It reported that six people were shot dead while three were tortured to death.

Amnesty International chief Agnes Callamard said the heinousness “reminds the Taliban of earlier records and shows how brutal the Taliban regime can be”. There is no information about this as the Taliban have cut off phone services in many areas they hold so that the pictures are not published. Also read: Israel approves booster dose for people over 40

The ‘Reporters Without Borders’ group reported that Taliban fighters had killed a family member of an Afghan journalist working for the German broadcaster ‘Dwesh Welle’. “The Taliban’s brutal act shows that the lives of independent media workers in Afghanistan are at great risk,” said Katza Gloger of the group’s German branch.

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