Foreign Office spokesperson says Islamabad regularly engages with foreign states to counter religious intolerance, discrimination and Islamophobia
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U.S. State Department spokesperson reiterates Washington’s appreciation for Islamabad’s efforts to advance Afghan peace process
In tweet, senior American diplomat urges Islamabad to initiate discussions with stakeholders or risk impacts on digital economy
State Department spokeswoman says secretary Tillerson has not yet decided what to do with the post
Death toll crosses 4,000, with nearly 8,000 injured, according to official estimates.
State Department spokeswoman says the Obama administration is ready to help, if asked.
Reward for Justice program has also announced bounties for other senior Haqqani network leaders.
Matthew Rosenberg had written an article claiming government officials were threatening to seize power amid presidential election standoff.
U.S. warns of sanctions as rival presidential candidates argue over alleged rigging in run-off election.
Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief claims his organization is a charity and has no ties to militant Lashkar-e-Taiba.
State Department amendment adds Jamat-ud-Dawah as known alias of Lashkar-e-Taiba.
The new designation prohibits any U.S. organization or individual from engaging in transactions with the Lashkar-e-Jhangvi leader.
The proposed 1,700-kilometer gas pipeline faces a wide range of expected problems.
Bulk of funds comprise military aid that had been blocked when ties between the two countries had deteriorated.
Haqqani network leader was considered the shadow governor of Afghanistan’s Paktika province.
Spokeswoman says it is unclear when the Lahore mission will reopen.
U.S. State Department report on religious freedom raises alarm over violence against Muslim minorities in Pakistan.