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Indian-Pakistani Crisis: US Reviews Reports of Pakistan Abusing F-16 Fighters in Kashmir Both India and Pakistan have launched air strikes over the Control Line – the de facto border that divides both countries into the disputed Kashmir – in the first such invasion of 1971. detained in Pakistan several days before Islamabad released him to New Delhi on Friday. Indian Air Force said Pakistan has used US F-16 fighters in the attack that took off the Indian pilot on Wednesday in case of a possible violation of conditions for use by the United States. Pakistan said the F-16 was not used in the operation, although it was not specified what military equipment was involved. A US State Department official told CNN he was "familiar with the reports" that the use of the F-16 jets might have been in violation of the "user-friendly" agreement. At the US Peace Institute in Washington on Monday US Ambassador Asad Majeed Khan said he did not know about any US request for the alleged use of F-16s. "On F-16, I do not know, India has claimed so many others We do not go into each of them, I'm not aware of the US request for the F-16," he said. Strong military relations with the United States and China Following the September 11 attacks and the subsequent US invasion of Afghanistan in 2001, Pakistan became a major ally of the United States in the so-called Bush administration's war on terror, US military aid Weapons deals with Pakistan reached $ 3.5 billion in 2006, making the South Asian Pakistan's largest buyer of weapons, Pakistan has bought dozens of F-16 fighters and various bombs and anti-missile missiles As part of the purchase agreement, the US places some restrictions on how to use the military It is unclear what restrictions have been placed on the use of Pakistani F-16 aircraft The US began to suspend military aid to Pakistan in 2016 compared to what Pakistan has failed to adequately restrict against terrorist rupees within limits. In 2018 it was estimated that the discontinued aid was over $ 1 billion. Pakistan is also one of the biggest buyers of Chinese weapons. Between 2008 and 2017, Islamabad bought more than $ 6 billion in Chinese weapons, according to the CSIS think tank. Prime Minister Imran Khan is determined to maintain his strong ties with Beijing. "We must use China as an inspiration to get people out of poverty," he said. Pakistani fighters who are doing internally are Chinese designed JF-17s. On Thursday, Indian Air Force officials said parts of the AMRAAM air-to-air missile, which could only be used for F-16 jets, were found on According to Air Vice Marshal RJK Kapoor, Pakistani jets have tried to target the Indian "military facilities" above the control line but were "captured" by the Indian Air Force. forced to take action after India launched air strikes on what India said was a training camp for terrorists in the Balakot area in Pakistan. Pakistan also denied the existence of such a camp. "We just wanted to say to India that we have the opportunity, if you come and do business on our land, we can come and do the same thing in your land," Khan said last Wednesday

During a telephone call with Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday, British Prime Minister Theresa May stressed that "the importance of Pakistan taking action against all terrorist groups in support of global counter-terrorism efforts. "The strongly strengthened Kashmiri border: At least four civilian citizens of Pakistan have died and eight were injured in cross-border firefighting in India since Thursday night …

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China reduces taxes as it warns of "heavy fighting"

"This year there was a more complex and difficult environment for the development of our country," said Chinese Prime Minister Li Ketsan in his speech. "There are greater anticipated and unexpected risks and challenges, and we have to make complete preparations for a serious struggle." Lee announced the growth target, which is in line with the forecasts of most economists, …

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Trump tries to end the special trade treatment for India

In a letter to Congress, Trump signaled his intention to remove India from a program that gives developing countries easier access to US markets. The Indian Government "has not assured the United States that it will provide fair and reasonable access to the markets of India," the letter said. In January, he sought 150 percent India's import tariff for whiskey. …

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Premier Lee says, "We must be fully prepared for a heavy struggle"

Lintao Zhang News | Chinese Prime Minister Li Ketzian spoke at a press conference in the Grand Hall of the People on January 31, 2018, in Beijing, China. China must be ready for a "heavy fight," as the country is facing a "difficult and more complex environment," Prime Minister Li Ketsan said at the opening of the annual National People's …

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Pentagon handed over $ 1 billion to Lockheed Martin for a Saudi rocket system deal

Produced by Lockheed Martin, the largest Pentagon weapon supplier, THAAD, or terminal helicopter protection, it is seen as America's pearl in anti-missile defense systems. Jamal Hashohi, and his role in the Yemen war. Meanwhile, President Donald Trump pointed out the importance of defense deals in defending his decision to stick to the kingdom after the assassination. Saudi Prince Mohammed bin …

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Jane Philpot: Trudo's Crisis Grows With Leaving Minister

Image Source Anadolu Agency / Getty Images Image Title Jane Philpott resigns from Cabinet One Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudo's refusal to say he has lost confidence in managing the corruption process. Treasury President Jane Philpott said, "I have to respect my core values, my ethical responsibilities, the constitutional obligations." Mr Trudo denied the political interference in the investigation of …

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