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Market bombing toll rises to 24
Gulf Times

Death toll rises to 24 in Pakistan market bombing

The death toll from a market bombing in Pakistan has risen to 24, with the Pakistani Taliban claiming it was a lesson to Shia Muslims for supporting Syria's Bashar al-Assad The death toll from a bomb blast at a market in a mainly Shia area of ... Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, 1 day ago
Toll from Pakistan blast rises to twenty-four Qatar Tribune, 11 hours ago
The death toll from a bomb blast… Arabstoday.net, 14 hours ago
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Pakistani army chief visits tribal town after blast kills 22

Pakistani army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Sunday visited a tribal town one day after a Taliban bomb killed 22 Shiite Muslims and injured nearly 50 others there, the military said. The army chief traveled to Parachinar, capital of Kurram ...
 China.org.cn22 hours ago Ghani Seeks Haq's Support for Peace Negotiations  Daily Outlook2 days ago Ghani, Sami discuss ways to restore peace in Afghanistan  DAWN Group3 days ago Opportunity knocks  The Friday Times3 days ago
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Afghan Official Reports Iranian, Pakistani Aid To Taliban In Helmand

The governor of Afghanistan's volatile Helmand Province said Iranian and Pakistanis have recently met with Taliban insurgents involved in fighting Afghan forces. Governor Hayatullah Hayat told Radio Free Afghanistan on January 22 that "Iranian ...
 Radio Free Europe7 hours ago Two foreign insurgents arrested in Afghan raid  Qatar Peninsula2 days ago Afghan official says 2 foreign insurgents arrested in raid  Miami Herald3 days ago 9 Taliban arrested in Nangarhar raid  Pajhwok Afghan News1 week ago
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Kabul asked to review 'fragmented' approach to Taliban peace talks

ISLAMABAD - Pakistan has called on Afghan leaders to review their fragmented approach to peace talks with the Taliban on containing and ending the resilient insurgency, instead of blaming Islamabad for the deteriorating security situation in ...
 The Nation Pakistan4 days ago Pakistan, Afghan Leaders & Taliban Peace Talks  GlobalSecurity.org4 days ago Pakistan Wants Afghan Leaders to Review 'Fragmented' Approach to Taliban Peace Talks  VOA News5 days ago Pakistan advises Afghan government to formally invite Taliban for talks  Sify1 month ago

Blast claimed by Taliban kills 21 in Pakistan

Islamabad, Jan 21 (IANS) A blast in a busy market killed at least 21 people, including two minors, on Saturday in Pakistan's northwestern tribal region, in an attack jointly claimed by the Pakistani Taliban and a branch of the sectarian militant ...
 Yahoo! India2 days ago
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Daily Outlook

Taliban seeks to reassure UAE over Afghanistan attack

By Jibran Ahmad PESHAWAR, Pakistan (Reuters) - The Afghan Taliban has sought to reassure the United Arab Emirates that it was not behind an attack in the southern city of Kandahar that killed five UAE diplomats and injured the ambassador, senior ...
 Sharenet4 days ago Taliban seek to reassure UAE over Kandahar attack  The Nation Pakistan3 days ago
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Muslim Clerics Attack Rally for Missing Pakistani Activists

Pakistani police say Muslim clerics attacked a rally calling for the release of five anti-Taliban activists and bloggers who went missing earlier this month. Police official Niaz Kundi says the clerics hurled bricks at the rally in the southern ...
 ABC News3 days ago
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DNA India

Protests erupt in Afghanistan over claims Pakistan supports Taliban

Anti-Pakistan protests have erupted in Herat in Afghanistan over Islamabad's support to the Taliban which led to the killing of five Diplomats from the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The protests took place outside the Pakistan Consulate in Herat ...
 DNA India1 week ago Afghanistan: Protests break out against Pakistan's support to Taliban  Ani News1 week ago
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India.com

Pakistan should take more actions against Taliban, Haqqanis: James Mattis

Washington, Jan 12: President-elect Donald Trump's Defence Secretary nominee Gen (retd) James Mattis today said that Pakistan should take more actions against Taliban and the Haqqani network so as to expel or neutralise externally- focused militant ...
 India.com1 week ago Pak should 'expel' terror groups  Bangladesh Daily Star1 week ago Pakistan should expel or neutralize terror groups, says soon-to-be US Defence Secretary James Mattis  The American Bazaar1 week ago Trump's defence secy pick calls out Pakistan  AhmedabadMirror.com1 week ago
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Hindustan Times

Four Pakistani rights activists reported missing

At least four Pakistani rights activists with leftist views, including a university professor who was critical of the Taliban and enforced disappearances in Balochistan, have been reported missing since last week. Salman Haider, a professor at ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago Pakistani activist goes missing amid international alarm  Taipei Times Online1 week ago Fifth Pak social media activist goes missing  Times of India1 week ago Fifth Pakistani social media activist reported missing  Digital Journal1 week ago
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