Obama administration still contends that it’s in US interest to go ahead with the sale.
Mr Obama said the experience taught him the lesson that “good process leads to good results”.
Lawmakers have been raising this issue of Afridi every time a budget proposal for Pakistan is discussed, since 2014.
State Department acknowledges Pakistan needs F-16s for its antiterrorism activities
WASHINGTON: The US Congress has decided not to subsidise the sale of eight F-16s Pakistan intends to buy from the...
The US media reported earlier that Washington has denied Mr Dostum a visa because of his activities as a warlord.
US State Department reiterated its support for the peace process.
Official US account of how OBL was found and killed is deceptive, says legendary US investigative journalist.
Former Saudi intelligence chief Prince Turki al Faisal told CNN that ‘yesteryear’ US-Saudi relations were gone forever.
Mr Khalilzad described the Pak-Afghan tension as “the mother of all problems” in the Pak-Afghan region.
RSF puts militant groups, intelligence agencies on its list of ‘predators of press freedom’.
'Even the best of friends are going to disagree on issues,' says the US State Department.
The bill would allow families of 9/11 victims to sue governments whose nationals were involved in the attack.
Corruption increases economic instability and has a corrosive effect on society, says US State Department.
“There is no place for intolerance in our country,” says Loretta Lynch
Other human rights problems included a weak criminal justice system and lack of judicial independence in lower courts.
'There is no doubt that the problem of global tax avoidance generally is a huge problem.'
Administration working with lawmakers to ensure adoption of US-India Defence Technology and Partnership Act: IRRC head
US officials have identified Pakistan as the country making small nuclear weapons, says US media
“Pakistan’s nuclear installations are not only secure but the world also acknowledges they are,” says Aizaz Chaudhary.