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The Nation Pakistan

Taliban claim responsibility for Afghan parliament attack

The Taliban has claimed responsibility for a bomb attack on the Afghan parliament. "Several mujahideen have entered the parliament building, heavy fighting is on going," Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid posted on Twitter. The attack happened ..., 1 month ago
Taliban insurgency: Two dead in Afghan parliament attack The Express Tribune, 1 month ago
The Nation Pakistan

Ismail Khan warns Afghan government for sidelining Mujahideen leaders

, 5:30 pm The former minister of energy and water and one of the influential former Mujahideen leader Ismail Khan has warned the government for sidelining the Mujahideen leaders from the government. In an interview with AFP, Khan said The jihadi ...
 Frontier Post1 month ago President Ghani is trusting Pakistan more: Afghan warlord  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago Afghan warlord angry at being 'sidelined' by Ghani  Yahoo! News1 month ago AFP - Afghanistan-unrest-warlord INTERVIEW  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago
Yahoo! Finance

From Red Army to Afghan jihad museum: a soldier's tale

Former Soviet soldier Bakhretdin Khakimov came to Afghanistan to fight the mujahideen more than three decades ago. Today he has a new life as caretaker of a museum celebrating the jihadists' victory over the Red Army. Khakimov, who now goes by the ...
 Yahoo! Finance3 weeks ago From Red Army to Afghan museum: a soldier's tale  Brunei Times3 weeks ago From Army man to Museum caretaker, a tale of a Soviet Soldier  Pakistan Today3 weeks ago From Red Army to Afghan militant museum: a soldier's tale  The Express Tribune3 weeks ago

Why Afghan ex-mujahideen united after US raid

By Harun Najafizade BBC Persian, Kabul 8 July 2015 From the section Asia Powerful ex-mujahideen figures rushed to show solidarity after the US raid In Kabul's prestigious Shirpour district, a stream of visitors in Land Cruisers are ...
 BBC3 weeks ago
The Express Tribune

Afghanistan harnesses anti-Taliban militias as insurgency spreads

With Afghan forces suffering record casualties as foreign troops pull back, Kabul is increasingly relying on former mujahideen strongmen. KUNDUZ, AFGHANISTAN: The commander known as Pakhsaparan, or the "wall breaker", barked out commands at his ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Fighting fire with fire in Afghanistan  Gulf Time UAE2 months ago Kabul relies on ex-guerrilla fighters as bulwark against rebels  Oman Tribune2 months ago Afghanistan uses anti-Taliban militias as insurgency spreads  China Post2 months ago

Afghan army recruits ex-mujahideen groups to defend Kunduz against Taliban

The recruitment of armed groups in Kunduz is on a larger scale than previous attempts by the government and NATO forces in the fight against the Taliban. KUNDUZ: The Afghan government has enlisted hundreds of militia fighters controlled by local commanders to ...
 Economic Times2 months ago

U.S. officials accuse Oregon imam of hiding militant past

U.S. authorities are seeking to revoke the citizenship of an Oregon imam who they say fought with Afghan mujahideen in the 1980s and dealt with al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, then lied about his past when he became a naturalized citizen, court ...
 Reuters1 week ago
Deutsche Welle

Haqqani backs Mullah Mansour

August 03, 2015 Afghanistan's Haqqani network militant group posted a statement Sunday backing the appointment of Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour whose legitimacy has been challenged internally. The statement was posted on the Taliban's ...
 Business Recorder16 hours ago Haqqani network founder endorses new Taliban leader Mullah Mansoor  Deutsche Welle1 day ago Haqqani network founder backs new Taliban leader: statement  Dunya News1 day ago
The Express Tribune

Mullah Omar's family refuses to back new Taliban leader

Channel 4 News has learned that the dead Afghan Taliban chief's relatives are refusing to swear allegiance to his successor. Mullah Omar's death was confirmed by the Taliban last week. The Afghan government said the one-eyed cleric died more than ...
 Channel 41 day ago Afghan Taliban leaders to re-elect Mullah Omar's successor  The Express Tribune2 days ago A former Taliban prisoner remembers Mullah Omar  Public Radio International3 days ago The Ballad of Mullah Omar  New Yorker4 days ago

Mohammad Taqi Blogs On WorldPost

On Wednesday, the office of Afghanistan's president officially stated in a press release , "The government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, based on credible information, confirms that Mullah Mohammad Omar, leader of the Taliban died in April ...
 Huffington Post UK2 days ago Mullah Omar's Death Breaks the Back of the Taliban  Huffington Post2 days ago
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