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Musharraf says Pakistan erred by recognising Taliban govt
Pakistan Today

Musharraf says Pakistan erred by recognising Taliban govt

Former military dictator denies Pakistan created Taliban, says US abandoned Afghan Mujahideen after Soviet exit from Afghanistan Calls for constitutional role for army in Pakistan's politics Former military ruler General (r) Pervez Musharraf on ... Pakistan Today, 2 weeks ago
IS, Afghanistan and Pakistan Daily Times, 6 days ago
Afghanistan: proxy playground The Nation Pakistan, 1 week ago
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International Business Times India

New Indian Modules are preparing for Final Jihad in Al Qaeda Training Camps in Afghanistan and ISIS Training camps

:: Internet chats of IM (Indian Mujahideen) cadres in coded terms, accessed by the Indian Intelligence agency, revealed that the al-Qaeda had assigned them two tasks: kidnapping Jews and creating a terror network in Myanmar. After a powerful blast ...
 Care21 month ago Al-Qaeda, Indian Mujahideen Plan to 'Turn India into Syria'  International Business Times India3 weeks ago Threat For India: Islamic State, Al Qaeda And Taliban Analysis  Eurasia Review1 month ago Will Jobless Jihadis From Afghanistan Turn to India?  Huffington Post1 week ago
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NPR

Q&A: J is for Jihad

Letter M (capital M and small m): (Mujahid): My brother is a Mujahid. Afghan Muslims are Mujahideen. I do Jihad together with them. Doing Jihad against infidels is our duty. Columbia University Press These words come from a textbook ...
 NPR2 weeks ago America's Jihad  Global Research2 months ago
Slate Magazine

The CIA Finally Admitted That Arming Rebels Doesn't Work

Afghan Mujahedeen fighters pose with a captured Soviet soldier in 1986. Photo by Patrick David/AFP/ The New York Times reports today on a still-classified CIA report, commissioned by the Obama administration during the debate in 2012 and ...
 Slate Magazine2 months ago CIA Study: Arming Syrian Rebels Won't Work; Obama Does It Anyway  PrisonPlanet2 months ago Arming Rebels Doesn't Work  Daily Kos2 months ago
BBC

In a strategic valley, a glimpse of Afghan troops future

By , BABA, Afghanistan — Clutching M-16 rifles, the Afghan soldiers nervously stood watch on a sand-colored ridge next to a mud house blown apart by gunfire. A week earlier, their unit pushed out the Taliban from this village. Now, the ...
 Washington Post1 day ago Special Forces leaders say building friendships key in Afghanistan  Stars and Stripes1 week ago Optimism grows in Afghanistan  BBC1 month ago Afghan forces inflict heavy losses on Taliban as UK ends mission in Afghanistan At least 70 Taliban insurgents have been killed and dozens others injured during operations conducted in various parts of Afghanistan, authorities have said  NewsTimeAfrica1 month ago
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Radio Free Europe

Former UN Adviser Talks Taliban's Future

Michael Semple, a former UN and EU adviser in Afghanistan, has studied the Taliban since their emergence in the 1990s. The Irish academic sees the Pakistani Taliban fragmenting into armed criminal gangs while the organizationally strong Afghan ...
 Radio Free Europe3 days ago 'Recognizing Taliban Regime Was A Folly'  Asians.co.uk2 weeks ago Recognising Taliban govt was a blunder: Musharraf  Economic Times2 weeks ago Recognising Taliban government in Afghanistan was blunder: Pervez Musharraf  DNA India2 weeks ago
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BBC

The troops have come home, but the people of Afghanistan can never leave

The Afghan people still need the support of the international community if they are ever to finally emerge from decades of strife. Politics and rhetoric should not obscure the simple fact of necessity. The people of Afghanistan have suffered ...
 The Bubble2 weeks ago Viewpoint: Can China bring peace to Afghanistan?  BBC3 weeks ago The tragedy of Afghanistan: UK troops withdraw, what's left behind?  RAWA1 month ago

The Chinese recipe for Afghan peace

Regional powers finally chipping in to sort the mess? Troubled with conflict and war for the past 34 years, Afghanistan is set to brace another peace dialogue effort as the international community is making another quiet effort to engage ...
 Pakistan Today3 weeks ago The exit door  Gulf Daily News1 month ago Out of Afghanistan  Frontier Post1 month ago
Sharenet

New control centre to fight rise in attacks in Afghan capital

Afghan security forces inspect at the site of a suicide attack in Kabul By Hamid Shalizi and Jessica Donati KABUL (Reuters) - A new control centre is to be created to coordinate security forces and fight a rise in Taliban attacks in Kabul, the ...
 Sharenet4 days ago New control center to fight rise in attacks in Afghan capital  Today Online4 days ago Ghani, Abdullah Agree on Half of Cabinet Ahead of London Summit  Afghanistan News Center2 weeks ago 4 police officers killed, many civilians hurt in Afghan attacks  Qatar Tribune3 weeks ago
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CBC

Reporter Kathy Gannon won't be 'held hostage' by brutal shooting in Afghanistan

Kathy It's pale and her fingers are partially paralyzed. She's had 14 surgeries on her arms, shoulder and hand. "The doctor says well get these typing" she says, wiggling her fingers. She smiles, her blue eyes twinkling. Now I can cross my ...
 CBC2 weeks ago
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