WASHINGTON: In his year-end news conference, US President Barack Obama renewed his pledge to end the US combat...
Press Secretary Josh Earnest said the US had “a very important counterterrorism relationship with Pakistan”
Presidents Obama and Castro announce decision in addresses to their nations
Secretary of State Kerry is expected to arrive in Islamabad in January for the next session of the strategic dialogue.
The bill renewed a ban on transferring detainees from the US military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to the mainland.
WASHINGTON: The US administration — encouraged by the ongoing operation in Fata — has informed Congress that...
Both countries discuss the importance of a mechanism to reimburse Pakistan for expenses after expiry of CSF.
‘The methods never yielded any information about imminent attacks’
US officials believe that the Pakistani Taliban must also be using drug money to finance their activities.
Pak-US defence consultation resumes as relations between the two allies enter a new phase of renewed cooperation.
WASHINGTON: The United States has condemned the latest terrorist attacks in India-held Kashmir but said it would not...
Kerry was confident that improved relations between the two countries would benefit the entire region.
The fund has been extended till US FY 2015, and would be issued if Pakistan takes solid steps against Haqqani network.
WASHINGTON: The Pakistani military sees a new set of possibilities in the new Afghan government for improving ties...
WASHINGTON: A massive cable failure triggered a huge power outage in a major US city on Tuesday, leaving thousands ...
Kerry would meet PM Sharif and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani during the London conference on Afghanistan.
The meeting in the second week od December will be the 23rd meeting of the US-Pakistan Defence Consultative Group.
COAS Gen Raheel Sharif, will meet US Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday before flying back to Pakistan.
Gen Raheel Sharif is an extremely articulate spokesperson for Pakistan’s interests, says Dan Feldman.
“The sad truth is that one in three women will experience gender-based violence in her lifetime,” said John Kerry.