A girl holds a national flag as she sits on the shoulders of her father during a ceremony to celebrate the country's 70th Independence Day at the mausoleum of Muhammad Ali Jinnah in Karachi, Pakistan August 14, 2017. (REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro)
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Pakistan's Foreign Secretary met China's special envoy on Afghan affairs Monday, a foreign office spokesman said, a day after Islamabad cancelled a scheduled visit by a top U.S. official.The decision by Pakistan to postpone the visit of Alice Wells, acting assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs, came a week after President Donald Trump said Islamabad was prolonging the war in Afghanistan. China's spending in Pakistan has helped to revive the country's sputtering economy.
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