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Global military spending rises to $1.739 trillion; China, India among top 5 spenders, says report
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Global military spending rises to $1.739 trillion; China, India among top 5 spenders, says report

India spent $63.9 billion on its military in 2017, an increase of 5.5 percent compared with 2016 and of 45 percent since 2008.

NATO Summit: Donald Trump calls up Spain PM Mariano Rajoy, vows bilateral cooperation
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NATO Summit: Donald Trump calls up Spain PM Mariano Rajoy, vows bilateral cooperation

US President Donald Trump has expressed his commitment to NATO and bilateral cooperation with Spain during a telephone call with Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, a media report said on Wednesday.

'Paranoid' Russia can push itself to enter into new Cold War with US, says intelligence chief James Clapper
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'Paranoid' Russia can push itself to enter into new Cold War with US, says intelligence chief James Clapper

Russia's efforts to rival American power could push it into a new Cold War, the head of US intelligence James Clapper said Tuesday.

Why the Nobel Peace Prize isn’t very different from Miss Universe
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Why the Nobel Peace Prize isn’t very different from Miss Universe

World Peace? Sure. The Nobel Peace prize isn't that different from Miss Universe: ephemeral, arbitrary and, ultimately, banal.

Nato troop supplies set to resume via Pakistan
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Nato troop supplies set to resume via Pakistan

Trucks carrying Nato troop supplies are set to resume shipments to Afghanistan on Wednesday following a deal between the US and Pakistan that ended Islamabad's seven-month blockade.

Pak secretly allowing lethal Nato supplies via air: Report
World

Pak secretly allowing lethal Nato supplies via air: Report

Pakistan has secretly allowed US-led NATO forces to use its airspace to transport lethal supplies to Afghanistan.

NATO envoys to discuss Syria's downing of Turkish jet
World

NATO envoys to discuss Syria's downing of Turkish jet

Turkey will brief NATO's governing body on the downing by Syria of a Turkish reconnaissance plane over the Mediterranean Sea, officials said Tuesday.

Turkey vows action against Syria for shooting down jet
World

Turkey vows action against Syria for shooting down jet

Turkey will take retaliatory steps against Syria for the downing of one of its military jets, President Abdullah Gul said but it wasn't clear what they would be.

Afghan forces end Taliban siege of hotel, 17 dead
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Afghan forces end Taliban siege of hotel, 17 dead

Thirteen people were killed before a long siege was ended at a popular hotel outside the Afghan capital, during which Taliban gunmen took scores of hostages.

3 US soldiers, 18 Afghans killed in suicide attack
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3 US soldiers, 18 Afghans killed in suicide attack

A suicide bomber attacked US and Afghan forces at a checkpoint on Wednesday in eastern Afghanistan, killing 21 people, including three US soldiers, US and Afghan officials said.

US should apologise for Nato air strike: Pak envoy
World

US should apologise for Nato air strike: Pak envoy

Rehman said the apology over the Salala border post incident was important to help move the bilateral relationship forward.

Seven Afghan militants killed in base attack
World

Seven Afghan militants killed in base attack

The attackers breached the outer security of the base on Tuesday in Shah Wali Kot district, but were then killed by guards at the compound.

Forget its praise, Taliban is not good news for India
World

Forget its praise, Taliban is not good news for India

The Taliban has praised India for not committing to supporting Nato forces in Afghanistan but can India really afford to remain as uninvolved in the future?

34 militants, 2 Nato service men killed in Afghanistan
World

34 militants, 2 Nato service men killed in Afghanistan

NATO says separate attacks have killed two service members in different parts of Afghanistan, while Afghan officials say a two-day operation has left 34 insurgents and two policemen dead.

US slashes aid to Pakistan after doctors arrest
World

US slashes aid to Pakistan after doctors arrest

The Senate action reflected growing American anger over a month-long standoff and comes just after a NATO Summit in Chicago where Washington had hoped to reach a deal with Islamabad on supply routes.

Pak should avoid being consumed by extremism: Obama
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Pak should avoid being consumed by extremism: Obama

Obama said Zardari shared with him his belief that these issues can be worked through.

Karzai seeks constructive cooperation from Pakistan
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Karzai seeks constructive cooperation from Pakistan

Karzai disclosed that he has invited Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani to visit Kabul in about a week's time for what he called a dialogue, in a more open and friendlier manner than ever before.

Zardari, Karzai agree to extend transit trade to Central Asia
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Zardari, Karzai agree to extend transit trade to Central Asia

Zardari said that Pakistan would support every effort for peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan including the Qatar process.

'Pak about to resume normal arrangement of Nato trucks'
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'Pak about to resume normal arrangement of Nato trucks'

A top Pak diplomat claimed that Pakistan is about to resume normal arrangement of trucks with NATO supplies passing through its territory.