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India says the airstrike hit a large militant camp in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD / NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Indian jets carried out airstrikes on Tuesday against a militant camp on Pakistani territory, the Indian foreign minister said, and an Indian government source said 300 militants had been killed, but Pakistan denied it was there died losses. The airstrikes struck a training camp run by Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM), a suicide bombing suicide bomber who …

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India says its jets hit "terrorist camp" in Pakistan India News

Indian jets poured into Pakistani territory on Tuesday. They carried out a Ministerial air raid on "terrorist camps" and dramatically exacerbated the tensions between their nuclear-armed neighbors weeks after a suicide attack in the disputed Kashmir region. "The Air Force launched an air raid on terrorist camps over the LoC (Line of Control) this morning, completely destroying it," said Indian …

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India sends jets to controversial territory in Kashmir and alerts Pakistan

An Indonesian military plane crossed the de facto border with Pakistan in Kashmir early Tuesday morning, a Pakistani military spokesman said. A "payload" was dropped by an Indian plane in the area, but no casualties or damage were reported. said the spokesman, Maj. Gen. Asif Ghafoor. Jets from Pakistan confronted the Indian planes, "Indian planes were advancing from the Muzafarabad …

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Terrorism Watchdog fights Pakistan with the help of militants

NEW DELHI – Pakistan is not doing enough to curb terrorist financing and money laundering, a global financial regulator said in a stern warning that reflects the country's re-examination of its links with militant groups. The Financial Action Task Force A Paris-based watchdog hinted that Pakistan could be faced with consequences – such as on the group's blacklist – if …

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Jihadists from Pakistan kill 40 and Indians demand an answer

Can India Protect Against Jihadist Groups in Pakistan? How New Delhi reacts to a suicide bombing by Jaish-e-Mohammed, in which at least 40 Indian soldiers were killed, can answer this question. One thing is already clear: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is under tremendous pressure in the national elections this spring to punish Pakistan militarily. The attack on Valentine's Day marks …

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Saudi Arabia signs $ 20 billion agreement with Pakistan

Image copyright Getty Images Saudi Arabia has signed investment agreements worth USD 20 billion (1965) £ 15.5bn) with Pakistan, as the country wants to strengthen its fragile economy. It takes place as part of a high-profile Asian tour of the Kingdom of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Pakistan urgently needs to deal with a balance of payments crisis and seeks …

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The Saudi Crown Prince is traveling to Pakistan under the tensions in India

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman will arrive in Pakistan on Sunday at the start of his tour of South Asia and China, but the visit threatens to be overshadowed by escalating tensions between his nuclear-armed rival India and Pakistan. FILE PHOTO: Saudi Arabia Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman attends a closing ceremony for the 95th …

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What options does India have for Kashmir's attack on Pakistan? | India News

With India's parliamentary elections just months away, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is under intense pressure from his supporters to punish Pakistan for a suicide attack on an Indian paramilitary convoy that has killed at least 42 troops in India-led Kashmir. India The blame for Thursday's bombings was clearly that of neighboring Pakistan, which accuses India of supporting rebels in Kashmir, …

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Cashless Pakistan rolls out a red carpet for Saudis

Caption Pakistan needs Saudi money to fend off a massive IMF bailout – but this is not a one-sided relationship Pakistan is hosting a show for the most powerful man in Saudi Arabia, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, for a country that has run out of currency reserves, a gaping current account deficit, and struggles for its financial future. And …

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