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US backs India's 'right to self-defence', slams Pakistan for linking Afghan peace to Kashmir

US backs India's 'right to self-defence', slams Pakistan for linking Afghan peace to Kashmir

Supporting India's "right to self-defence" in the aftermath of the Uri attack which it dubbed a "clear case of cross-border terrorism", the US on Wednesday dismissed the recent attempt by Pakistan to link peace in war-torn Afghanistan with resolution of the Kashmir issue.

Better Indo-Pak ties crucial for Afghan peace: British PM

The British leader said that better Indo-Pak relation is a cornerstone for regional peace and prosperity.

`Taliban`s Baradar working for Afghan peace in captivity’

Senior Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar was instrumental in bringing the militant leadership to the negotiating table, according to a media report.

Peace effort should be Afghan-led: India

India on Friday said any peace initiative in Afghanistan should be Afghan-led and Afghan-owned and anything that points to the contrary should be removed from the process.

Zardari urges world to help Pakistan on Afghan peace

Asif Ali Zardari has urged the international community and heads of Muslim states to join Pakistan in appealing to all the groups in Afghanistan .

Rabbani`s killer staged a ruse: Afghan President

Hamid Karzai said the suicide bomber who assassinated Burhanuddin Rabbani had delivered a CD suggesting reconciliation.

`Rabbani’s assassination won’t deter peace seekers`

Professor Burhanuddin Rabbani was assassinated in a suicide attack in Kabul on September 20, 2011.

Pak must show it wants Afghan peace: US

Marc Grossman said that Pak must prove it wants an
end to the war by curbing militants from hiding.

Al Qaeda ties obstacle to Afghan peace: Analysis

Pak is trying to broker a deal between Afghan government and Haqqani group.

Taliban reject renewed Karzai call for peace

Afghanistan`s Taliban on Sunday rejected President Hamid Karzai`s latest call for peace, despite pressure from a NATO offensive and the capture of its number 2.