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Mullah Omar is alive and well in Karachi, says Afghan spy chief

Mullah Omar is alive and well in Karachi, says Afghan spy chief

Taliban's reclusive leader Mullah Muhammad Omar is alive and hiding in the Pakistani city of Karachi, a top Afghan intelligence official has said, echoing a similar assessment by Western intelligence officials. "There is a lot of doubt whether he is alive or not. But we are more confident that he is in Karachi," acting Afghan intelligence chief Rahmatullah Nabil was quoted as saying in the New York Times regarding Omar's whereabouts. An European official, speaking on the condition of anonymity, ..., 3 weeks ago
Petraeus: Cut Afghanistan fraud News24, 1 week ago
Manorama Online

Paradigm shift in Afghan policy raises hopes for peace

The relationship between Afghanistan and Pakistan is improving, with officials and analysts saying the two countries are hopeful for regional peace as they join forces to fight extremism. Islamabad (dpa) - Pakistan's attitude toward Afghanistan ...
 Business Recorder3 days ago Peshawar school attack: Afghan officials arrest 5  Manorama Online1 week ago Afghan Forces Arrest 5 Suspected In Pakistan School Massacre  Radio Free Europe1 week ago Afghan officials say 5 arrested for Pakistan school massacre  Today Online1 week ago
Tolo News

Officials, Experts Look to Clear Up Rumors of IS Militants in Afghanistan

The Ministry of Interior (MoI) has confirmed sightings of apparent Islamic State fighters, identifiable by their all-black dress and distinct flag, in Afghanistan. However, officials stressed the fighters are simply members of the Taliban and ...
 Tolo News1 week ago Support For ISIS Is Growing Among Militants In Afghanistan And Pakistan  Business Insider3 days ago Disenchanted militants in Pakistan, Afghanistan eye Islamic State with envy  The Express Tribune3 days ago Disenchanted militants eye IS with envy  Reuters India3 days ago
Japan Times

Afghanistan, Pakistan facing threat from Islamic State group: Officials

Camp Shorabak: Afghanistan and Pakistan, home to al-Qaida and Taliban militants and the focus of the longest war in US history, face a new, emerging threat from the Islamic State group, officials have said. Disenchanted extremists from the Taliban ...
 ZeeNews.com1 week ago IS reaches for Afghanistan and Pakistan  Gulf Time UAE4 days ago Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in Afghanistan  Daily Times6 days ago Islamic State reaches for Afghanistan, Pakistan  Japan Times1 week ago
Bloomberg View

China Joins Afghanistan's Great Game

However much they extol the virtues of cooperation, U.S. officials remain wary of China's spreading influence in Asia. President Barack Obama issued the latest warning in his State of the Union speech Tuesday. In one area, however, the U.S. should ...
 Bloomberg View2 days ago China Creates New Avenue for Afghan Peace Talks  iMarketReports2 weeks ago
VOA News

Pakistan Reportedly Bans Haqqani Terrorist Network

ISLAMABAD— Pakistan has banned the feared Haqqani Network, a militant outfit allied to the Afghan Taliban, but officials cite unexplained complications for Islamabad's reluctance to formally announce the decision. Government officials told VOA ...
 VOA News6 days ago Satyameva Jayate Mastery of Pak What Talk - not Walk What Walk - not Talk Double walk Double talk  The Nation Pakistan5 days ago Haqqani network banned, terror funds frozen  Oman Tribune1 week ago 69  DAWN Group1 week ago

Governor among four officials sacked

HERAT (AIP): On the directives of Afghan President Muhammad Ashraf Ghani, four high-ranking officials of Farah, including provincial governor have been sacked and their cases sent to the Attorney Generals office for further investigation, officials ...
 Frontier Post5 days ago

Akhtar, Ghani for joint anti-militant efforts

Kabul: Pakistan's intelligence chief met Afghanistan's new president to discuss ways to boost coordination in fighting militant attacks in the region, an official said on Monday, in a sign of improving ties between the often uneasy neighbours. It ...
 Times of Oman1 week ago Pakistan intelligence chief meets Afghan leader as relations thaw  Reuters1 week ago Intelligence chief meets Afghan leader  Qatar Peninsula1 week ago The politics of intelligence in Afghanistan  Daily Times2 weeks ago

How homegrown terrorists work

US and French intelligence officials are leaning toward an assessment that the Paris terror attacks were inspired by al-Qaeda but not directly supervised by the group, a view that would put the violence in a category of homegrown incidents that are ... week ago Homegrown Attacks Like Those in Paris Worry Analysts  NewsMax.com1 week ago Al-Qaeda and the Islamic State, and Jihad against France  International Institute for Counter-Terrorism3 days ago Homegrown terrorism like Paris attacks worries analysts  PBS1 week ago
The Nation Pakistan

Afghan President and ISI chief meet in Kabul

ISLAMABAD - Inter-Services Intelligence chief Lt Gen Rizwan Akhtar today met Afghan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani in Kabul and reviewed ways to increase anti-terror coordination. Akhtar visited Afghanistan for the third time since November ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago Afghan President Discusses Energy Projects In Turkmenistan  Afghanistan News Center2 days ago ISI chief meets with Afghan president for coordination against terrorism  Pakistan Today1 week ago ISI chief, Afghan president agree to boost anti-terror cooperation  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago
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