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Government of KPK expelling 300 Afghan clerics
A home department source said that there were 294 Afghan imams (prayer leaders) in the province and their documents had been sent to relevant commissioners as part of the National Action Plan.
Nadra blocks ID card of Afghan woman Sharbat Bibi
Sharbat was identified when she applied for the National Identity Cards (NICs) for her and her sons last year.
Tamils protest against delay in UNHRC war crime report
University students and residents of Jaffna marched through the former war-torn peninsula demanding the United Nation’s findings to be published as scheduled next month.
3 US tobacco companies to settle 400 smoking lawsuits
A judge awarded a combined $100 million to the plaintiffs in the lawsuits filed in Florida by smokers or their families, seeking damages for injuries caused by smoking.
Obama's aide calls Netanyahu visit ‘destructive’ to relations
National Security Adviser Susan Rice said Netanyahu’s March 3 speech has “injected a degree of partisanship” into a relationship that should be above politics.
Official says at least 108 people killed in Afghan winter storm
The province worst hit appeared to be Panjshir province, where the avalanches destroyed or damaged around 100 homes.
Britain rules out deploying combat troops to Ukraine
Defence Minister Michael Fallon stressed the training mission, which will begin in mid-March, was “closely defined” and was being undertaken at the request of the Ukrainian government.
National Geographic ‘Afghan girl’ under probe in Pakistan
Pakistani officials say Sharbat Gula applied for a Pakistani identity card in Peshawar in April 2014, using the name Sharbat Bibi.
Indian court jails gangster Abu Salem for life
Abu Salem is a former associate of Dawood Ibrahim, India’s most wanted criminal who allegedly masterminded the 1993 blasts and who is accused of drug trafficking and other crimes.
Pakistan's ISI chief visits US; to discuss security, intelligence
Lt-Gen Rizwan Akhtar's visit to the US is taking place in the backdrop of reports that Afghan Taleban may hold peace talks with the US and Afghanistan.
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