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November 2015 - Pakistan Special Weapons News

  • Pakistani, Afghan Break Months of Deadlock VOA 30 Nov 2015 -- Leaders of Pakistan and Afghanistan held an "extensive exchange" Monday in Paris, focusing on the stalled peace process in Afghanistan, according to an official statement issued by Pakistan.
  • Afghanistan, Pakistan Leaders to Hold Icebreaking Talks in Paris VOA 29 Nov 2015 -- Leaders of Afghanistan and Pakistan are expected to hold an "icebreaking" meeting on the margins of the U.N. climate change summit that starts Monday in Paris.
  • Asian Thunder: China Signs Deal to Sell JF-17 Fighters Sputnik 17 Nov 2015 -- China has reportedly confirmed that it has finalized a contract to export JF-17 fighter jets.
  • Pakistan Military Chief to Visit US VOA 15 Nov 2015 -- Pakistan's military chief General Raheel Sharif is to begin a crucial five-day visit to the United States on Monday. Officials say that "pressing issues" such as regional counterterrorism and Afghan peace efforts will top the agenda of the meetings with top American officials.
  • Pakistan airstrikes kill 22 militants in North Waziristan Press TV 14 Nov 2015 -- Pakistani fighter jets have pounded militant positions in the country's volatile northwest frontier bordering Afghanistan, killing at least 22 militants.
  • Civil Society Leaders Begin Unofficial Pakistani-Afghan Talks VOA 09 Nov 2015 -- Officials, civil society activists and politicians from Pakistan and Afghanistan are holding a two-day unofficial dialogue in Islamabad on how to lessen bilateral tensions, address misconceptions and build mutual confidence for jointly promoting peace and security on both sides of their shared border.
  • Pakistani air raids leave at least 15 terrorists dead Press TV 07 Nov 2015 -- Pakistan says its fighter jets have pounded militant positions along the northwestern border with Afghanistan, killing over a dozen militants.
  • Pakistan Bans Media Coverage of Terror-linked Charity VOA 03 Nov 2015 -- Pakistan has banned media coverage of Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD), an Islamist charity accused of planning the three-day terror siege of the Indian financial capital of Mumbai in 2008 and declared a terrorist organization by the United Nations.

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