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Afghanistan, Pakistan and US hold military cooperation talks

US, Pakistani and Afghan military commanders held talks on the ongoing fight against militancy in the south Asian countries, officials said. The meeting in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, Wednesday is the 16th gathering of the Tripartite Commission set up after Afghanistan’s Taliban regime was ousted in 2001, but it has come at a tense time in relations between the neighbours. At the last meeting, in Kabul in February, officials from the three countries vowed to exchange more intelligence on Taliban loyalists, Al-Qaeda militants and other groups engaged in almost daily attacks in Afghanistan. Full Story

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