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Mullah Mansour: The story behind the former leader of the Afghan Taliban
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Drone hit case filed against US officials

ISLAMABAD/Quetta - The brother of a man who was killed alongside Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Akthar Mansour in a US drone strike in Pakistan is pressing murder and terrorism charges against US officials, police said yesterday. The same day ... The Nation Pakistan, 11 hours ago
US drone killed my innocent brother 7hr, 5 hours ago

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Pakistan confirms Mullah Akhtar Mansour's death in drone attack

The Taliban should realise "that they can not win, that the Afghan security forces aided by us are going to be stronger than them and are going to be able to defend the state of Afghanistan and the government of national unity there, and therefore ...
 Equilibrio Informativo10 hours ago Pakistan confirms Mullah Akhter Mansour death, deletes fake IDs  Asian Age3 days ago Afghan Taliban confirms Mullah Mansour's death, elect his successor  Ani News5 days ago Afghan Taliban struggle to pick Mansour's successor  The News Tribe5 days ago

The Army Chaplain Who Quit Over...

As a witness to the removal of fallen U.S. troops from Afghanistan, Army Chaplain Christopher John Antal can't recall a time when that solemn ceremony wasn't conducted without the presence of drones passing along the horizon. They were sleek and ...
 ABC News18 hours ago This US Army Chaplain Just Stood Up To The American Empire  Before It's News1 week ago
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Down Range Country: Music Made in Afghanistan...

Down Range Country: Music Made in Afghanistan… Maybe it was bound to happen: After 15 years of war, two talented soldiers cross paths and discover a mutual love of music. That's exactly what occurred for First Lt. Andrew Yacovone and First ...
 Before It's News16 hours ago Two Army Rangers Release Touching Memorial Day Tribute Song And Video From Afghanistan [Watch]  Inquisitr21 hours ago Army Rangers Release Memorial Day Song From Afghanistan  101gold.com2 days ago

Memorial Day has deeper significance for survivor of deadly attack in Afghanistan

Brig. Gen. Keith M. Givens, commander of Air Force Office of Special Investigations out of Quantico, Virginia, left, called Special Agent Jonathan Jackson, a great American airman during the May 23 ceremony at The Landings on Dover Air Force Base in ...
 Delaware State News.net1 day ago
The Nation Pakistan

Mullah Mansoor is dead

On May 21, the US announced it had killed Afghan Taliban emir Mullah Akhtar Muhammad Mansoor in a US drone strike on Pakistani soil. As the supreme council of the group sat down to choose a new leader, the situation was seen as an embarrassment for ...
 The Friday Times2 days ago US Drones 3-0 Zarb-e-Azb  The Nation Pakistan4 days ago Mansour strike highlights tense US-Pakistan relations  Stars and Stripes4 days ago Taliban faces leadership crisis post Mansour's death  Rediff.com5 days ago
Sunday Guardian Live

Afghan war widows find solace in jewellery design

Khala Zada (centre) and the jewellery designs by the Afghan war widows who were trained at Amrapali's workshop. After the end of the bloody war which devastated Afghanistan, several local women were left widowed, children were orphaned and houses ...
 Sunday Guardian Live2 days ago Jewellery made by Afghanistan's women  Press Trust of India4 days ago
The Nation Pakistan

Hopes of peace fade with new Afghan Taliban Chief: Obama

AFP Ise-Shima, Japan Hopes of negotiating peace with the Afghan Taliban's new leader were swiftly fading from all sides Thursday, as US President Barack Obama warned the extremist movement will continue killing in Afghanistan. Obama told ...
 Qatar Tribune3 days ago Taliban still bent on violence despite new leadership: Obama  Yahoo! UK and Ireland3 days ago Taliban still bent on violence: Obama  The Nation Pakistan3 days ago Obama says, Taliban still bent on violence despite new leadership  Times of India3 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

Taliban chief a scholar, not a soldier

Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada, named on Wednesday as the Afghan Taliban's new leader, was a senior judge during the insurgent group's five-year rule over Afghanistan and a close confidant of its founder Mullah Omar. Believed to be in his fifties, ...
 The Hindu4 days ago New Taliban leader Akhundzada a religious scholar, not a soldier  Hindustan Times5 days ago New Taliban Chief Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada A Scholar, Not A Soldier  NDTV5 days ago Who is new Taliban Chief Haibatullah Akhundzada?  The News Tribe4 days ago
Mens Journal

Movies That Do War Justice, According to Veterans

Black Hawk Down Credit: Everett Collection For the veterans coming home from the war in Afghanistan and Iraq, there is something of a consensus that their story is underserved — especially by the national media. There is one prominent medium, ...
 Mens Journal2 days ago In 2013 He Lost His Legs To An Explosion. Now Hes The Worlds First Combat Veteran To Climb Everest  Indiatimes1 week ago In 2013, He Lost His Legs To An Explosion. Now He's The World's First Combat Veteran To Climb Everest!  Indiatimes1 week ago
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