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Taliban storm Afghan court complex, killing three
9th April 2015 Taliban storm Afghan court complex, killing three
MAZAR-I-SHARIF, Afghanistan, April 9, (APP/AFP) – Taliban suicide attackers wearing military uniforms stormed a court complex in Afghanistan’s relatively tranquil north Thursday, killing at least three people and wounding scores of others. The ongoing assault in Mazar-i-Sharif city...
Taliban central spokesman denies talks with US in Qatar
19th February 2015 Taliban central spokesman denies talks with US in Qatar
KABUL:  The Taliban central spokesman said Thursday that there were no plans for negotiations with the US in Qatar, contradicting earlier claims by militant leaders that peace talks would resume within weeks. “We do not have any plans...
Taliban claim NATO ‘defeat’ in 13-year Afghan war
29th December 2014 Taliban claim NATO ‘defeat’ in 13-year Afghan war
KABUL: The Taliban responded scornfully Monday to the formal end of NATO’s war in Afghanistan, describing the US-led mission as a “fire of barbarism and cruelty” that had drowned the country “in a pool of blood”. The insurgent...
A Fine Beginning: Made in Faisalabad: two militants hanged
20th December 2014 A Fine Beginning: Made in Faisalabad: two militants hanged
Pakistan on Friday hung two convicted militants in the first executions since 2008, officials said, after the government ended a moratorium on the death penalty in the wake of a Taliban school massacre that killed 149 people. Islamabad’s...
21 terrorists including mastermind of Peshawar Attack killed
20th December 2014 21 terrorists including mastermind of Peshawar Attack killed
KHYBER AGENCY: 21 terrorists including the mastermind of Peshawar Attack, identified as Umar Mansoor are claimed to be killed by Pakistan Army during the airstrike operation. According to the local media and security associates, Pakistan Army Jawans have...
Pakistan in mourning for 141 killed in Taliban school carnage
17th December 2014 Pakistan in mourning for 141 killed in Taliban school carnage
by Saad Khan PESHAWAR: – Pakistan began three days of mourning Wednesday for the 132 children and nine school staff massacred by the Taliban in the country’s deadliest ever terror attack, as the world united in revulsion. The...
Taliban storm army-run school in Pakistan, 20 dead: officials
16th December 2014 Taliban storm army-run school in Pakistan, 20 dead: officials
by Saad Khan PESHAWAR:- Taliban gunmen killed at least 20 people including 17 children after storming an army-run school in restive northwest Pakistan on Tuesday, officials said. The militants had been ordered to shoot older students, a Taliban...
Frustration fuels rise of religious radicalism
13th December 2014 Frustration fuels rise of religious radicalism
by Sammy Ketz BEIRUT: – The meteoric rise of the Islamic State group and its ability to recruit Western jihadists reflect the extent to which religious radicalism has come to dominate global conflict. After decades of dictatorship interrupted...
Polio vaccinator shot dead in Pakistan: officials
9th December 2014 Polio vaccinator shot dead in Pakistan: officials
LAHORE: – Gunmen on Tuesday killed a member of a polio vaccination team in Pakistan, as Taliban insurgents claimed the killing of two policemen assigned to protect an immunisation team the day before. Tuesday’s attack — the latest...
US Defense Secretary Hagel lands in Kabul: AFP
6th December 2014 US Defense Secretary Hagel lands in Kabul: AFP
KABUL:- US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel arrived in Kabul on Saturday on an unannounced visit to Afghanistan in the final weeks of NATO’s US-led 13-year war against the Taliban, an AFP reporter said. Hagel told reporters before landing...
Families mourn Pakistani drug mules beheaded in Saudi
4th December 2014 Families mourn Pakistani drug mules beheaded in Saudi
by Guillaume LAVALLÉE SARGODHA, Pakistan:- Every morning, Pakistani grandfather Haji Abdul Haq wakes up wondering whether his son has been beheaded. Not by the Taliban, Al-Qaeda or the Islamic State group, but by the Saudi Arabian government. Haq’s...
Afghan lower house approves foreign troops staying on
24th November 2014 Afghan lower house approves foreign troops staying on
Afghanistan’s lower house of parliament on Sunday approved agreements that will allow about 12,500 Nato-led troops to stay on next year as the national army and police struggle to hold back the Taliban. US-led Nato combat operations will...
Nine Taliban killed in Karachi
27th October 2014 Nine Taliban killed in Karachi
Nine suspected militants, reportedly associated with banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), were killed by police during an exchange of firing here on Sunday, police claimed. They added that the clash between the suspected militants and police took place when...
Pakistan army destroys explosives dump, kills 10 militants
8th September 2014 Pakistan army destroys explosives dump, kills 10 militants
PESHAWAR: Pakistan’s military said Monday it had killed 10 militants and destroyed an explosives cache in fresh air strikes as part of a major offensive against the Taliban in the northwest. Pakistan began the long-awaited push to clear...
New Taliban group vows attacks in Pakistan
27th August 2014 New Taliban group vows attacks in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: A new bloc of the Pakistani Taliban has vowed to carry on the movement’s campaign of bombings and shootings, in the militants’ first video message since a major army assault on their strongholds. Senior commanders announced the...
Clashes near Kabul as Karzai calls for political unity
19th August 2014 Clashes near Kabul as Karzai calls for political unity
KABUL: About 200 Taliban fighters launched an offensive in a province near Kabul on Tuesday as Afghanistan’s disputed election threatens to leave the central government weakened at the same time as US troops pull out. President Hamid Karzai...
Taliban claim responsibility for Kabul airport attack
17th July 2014 Taliban claim responsibility for Kabul airport attack
KABUL: The Taliban on Thursday said  they were responsible for an ongoing assault on Kabul airport. “A number of our mujahedin armed with heavy and light weapon shave launched an attack on Kabul International Airport,” the insurgents’ spokesman...
Taliban take around 15 Afghan policemen hostage
24th May 2014 Taliban take around 15 Afghan policemen hostage
KUNDUZ: Taliban took around 15 Afghan policemen hostage during an assault on a remote northern district, officials said, adding that security forces flushed out the insurgents from the volatile area Saturday. Hundreds of Taliban insurgents captured Yamgan district in...
Govt wants next round of talks with Taliban to be result-oriented: Nisar
16th May 2014 Govt wants next round of talks with Taliban to be result-oriented: Nisar
ISLAMABAD: Minister for Interior and Narcotics Control, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan Friday said the government wanted to make next round of talks with Taliban meaningful and result-oriented. Addressing a news conference, he said any progress towards next round...
Taliban offensive opens with rocket attack on Kabul airport
12th May 2014 Taliban offensive opens with rocket attack on Kabul airport
KABUL: The Taliban launched their annual “spring offensive” on Monday by firing rockets at Kabul airport, but the attack missed its target and caused no casualties, Afghan officials said. At least two rockets exploded at 5:00 am (0030...
Taliban, army should end war, Ibrahim urges
5th May 2014 Taliban, army should end war, Ibrahim urges
SWAT: Neither military operation brought peace nor Taliban attacks enforced shariah in the country, stated Member of  Taliban negotiating committee, Professor Ibrahim on Sunday, Aaj News reported. While talking to the media, Professor Ibrahim said this war had...
Govt-Taliban negotiations contain difficulties: Prof Ibrahim
3rd May 2014 Govt-Taliban negotiations contain difficulties: Prof Ibrahim
ISLAMABAD: Over the progress in government-Taliban dialogue process, JI leader and member Taliban negotiating committee, Professor Ibrahim has again expressed his views, saying that they are facing problems in the talks, Aaj News reported on Saturday. While talking...
Rabbani seeks information about charges on released Taliban prisoners
17th April 2014 Rabbani seeks information about charges on released Taliban prisoners
ISLAMABAD: Senator Mian Raza Rabbani Thursday sought information about the allegations and charges on the prisoners released on demand of Taliban. On a Point of Order, the Senator said the prisoners of Taliban were released but they did...
Price of a voter card in Afghanistan? Taliban offer $5
5th April 2014 Price of a voter card in Afghanistan? Taliban offer $5
JALALABAD, Afghanistan: The Taliban have launched a violent campaign to disrupt this weekend’s presidential election in Afghanistan, but in a restive eastern corner they are paying villagers to surrender their voting cards. Residents in Nangarhar province said local...
No Taliban prisoner released: PM Office
3rd April 2014 No Taliban prisoner released: PM Office
ISLAMABAD: The Prime Minister’s Office on Thursday strongly rebutted as “incorrect” the news of an international news agency about the release of Taliban prisoners. “It is clarified that the release of some prisoners involved in petty crimes by...
No ceasefire violation by the Govt: Taliban Shura
31st March 2014 No ceasefire violation by the Govt: Taliban Shura
MIRANSHAH: Taliban has admitted that there had been no violation of the ceasefire by the government, after the announced ceasefire between the Government and the Taliban, Aaj News reported Sources informed that a meeting was held by the...
 
 
 
 
 
 

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