WASHINGTON: Security experts and analysts, monitoring closely the Pak-US ties, are seeing the recent drone strike that reportedly killed the Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour, as a silent message to Pakistan.
U.S. President Barack Obama
ISLAMABAD/WASHINGTON: United States (US) President Barack Obama on Wednesday telephoned Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and extended his condolences over the Lahore tragedy that left 72 people dead on Sunday, ARY News reported.
NEW YORK: More than 50 countries pledged 40,000 troops for United Nations peacekeeping on Monday at a US-led summit called to shore up missions under strain from the rise in global crises.
WASHINGTON: Democratic U.S. Senator Barbara Mikulski said on Wednesday she will support the Iran nuclear deal, giving President Barack Obama the 34 Senate votes needed to sustain a veto of any congressional resolution disapproving the deal.
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday wrote a letter to US President Barack Obama congratulating him and the American people on the independence day of the United States, ARY News reported.
WASHINGTON: U.S. President Barack Obama warned Iran on Tuesday that its fighters must respect Iraq's sovereignty and report to Baghdad in the region-wide battle against Islamic State militants.
WASHINGTON: President Barack Obama said in an interview released on Tuesday he is confident sanctions against Iran could be reimposed if Tehran violates an agreement to restrict its nuclear program.
JERUSALEM: Benjamin Netanyahu's allies acknowledged on Sunday that his election-eve disavowal of a Palestinian state had caused a rift with the White House, but blamed U.S. President Barack Obama's unprecedented criticism on a…
WASHINGTON: President Barack Obama told Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday that Washington would "reassess" its options on U.S.-Israel relations and Middle East diplomacy after the Israeli prime minister took a position against Palestinian…