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NATO's new Afghan transport deal via Central Asia won't end Pak negotiations: US
The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation's (NATO) deal with three key Central Asian countries to evacuate military equipment and vehicles from Afghanistan does not mean that the U.S. has given up on its negotiations with Pakistan, American officials have said.

NATO bypasses Pakistan with new Afghan transport deal through Central Asia
The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) has reportedly signed a deal with three key Central Asian countries to evacuate military equipment and vehicles from Afghanistan.

Taliban rejects NATO's plan to train Afghan forces after 2014 pullout
The Afghan Taliban has reportedly rejected the U.S. and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation's (NATO) decision that the mission of the combat forces in Afghanistan would come to an end within two years time, but some troops would stay behind to impart training to Afghan forces.

NATO endorses timetable to end Afghan war at Chicago Summit
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) leaders have endorsed plans to hand over combat role to Afghan security forces by the middle of the next year.

NATO chief insists 'no rush to exit Afghanistan'
The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation's (NATO) chief has insisted that 'there would be no rush for the exits' as world leaders are negotiating an endgame for Western forces in Afghanistan

NATO attack that killed Pak soldiers referred to country's parliament: Gilani
Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani has said the issue of the NATO attack was also referred to the Parliamentary Committee on National Security (PCNC), which comprised of chosen representatives and had complete backing of the people of Pakistan.

NATO unlikely to share 26/11 air strike probe with Pak
The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) is unlikely to share the findings of the November 26 air strike probe with Pakistan.

Pak diplomats want written US apology over NATO attack before reopening Afghan supplies
Pakistani diplomats serving in about 15 countries have suggested that NATO supplies to Afghanistan should remain blocked till the US officially releases a written apology and gives security assurances over the recent attack that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers.

Bilawal Bhutto, Gilani chair meeting to discuss Pak Senate polls
In the wake of President Asif Ali Zardari remaining indisposed, Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Co-Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and PPP Vice Chairman Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani jointly presided over a meeting of the senior party leadership here on Wednesday evening.

Terrorists threaten Pak oil firm to stop fuel supplies to army, Afghan-bound NATO forces
Terrorists groups have threatened the Pakistan State Oil (PSO) to stop fuel supplies to the Pakistan Army as well as NATO forces operating in Afghanistan.

Formation of new provinces won't weaken Pakistan: Gilani
Pakistan Prime Minister Syed Yousaf Raza Gilani said that formation of new provinces will not weaken the country.

NATO, EU to discuss military and economic options to resolve Libya crisis
Ministers of European Union and NATO will meet to discuss options to deal with Libya's Muammar Gaddafi as leaders ponder military and economic options to resolve the crisis in Libya.

Frost & Sullivan: UK's High Military Spending Attracts Stakeholders in the Land Defence Market
The United Kingdom has clinched the fourth spot on the list of the top military spenders with an expenditure of $58.30 billion in 2009, which translates to 3.8 per cent of the global share

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