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Afghan suicide attack kills 16, including 4 NATO soldiers
Pakistan Today

A Czech soldier, who was critically injured last week in a sui...

A Taliban suicide bombing which killed four Czech soldiers last week near the Bagram airbase in Afghanistan has claimed a fifth life: that of a Czech sergeant who was critically injured in the attack. The Czech, who was transported by a military ... Radio Prague, 1 week ago
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The Nation Pakistan

Prisoner swap may herald peace breakthroughs: US

BAGRAM AIRBASE - US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel said he hoped the successful prisoner exchange deal might lead to breakthroughs in reconciliation with the militants. "We had been ... working to find ways to open up some possibilities with the ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago Only U.S. Soldier Held By Taliban Is Freed  Afghanistan News Center1 month ago US, Taliban swap prisoners  IRIB World Service2 months ago
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US troops in Afghanistan relieved over...

US soldiers serving with the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) on patrol outside Bagram airbase in Afghanistan, on February 28, 2009 - by Shah Marai To ensure troops stayed on the lookout for Bergdahl, commanders had ...
 XinMsn2 months ago
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Foreign Policy In Focus

Is Human Rights Watch Too Close to the U.S. Government?

Activist Keane Bhatt has convened two open letters calling on Human Rights Watch to close its revolving door with the U.S. government. (Photo: Democracy Now) In the realm of human rights advocacy, few organizations enjoy the influence commanded ...
 Foreign Policy In Focus17 hours ago
Morning Star Online

Human rights charity Reprieve mounts legal action over claims British troops tortured man in Afghanistan

Reprieve legal directors says there is 'no doubt' of British responsibility for torture and rendition of Yunus Rahmatullah A human rights charity accused British troops in Afghanistan yesterday of imprisoning and torturing a man. Reprieve and ...
 Morning Star Online1 day ago

US Downsizes Military Ties With Central Asia

:27 PM Age: 8 hrs Category: Eurasia Daily Monitor, Home Page, Military/Security, Central Asia, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan , Kazakhstan , Tajikistan Kazakhstan-US Military cooperation agreement for 2013-2017 (Source: trend.az) In June 2014, ...
 Jamestown Foundation2 days ago

The Afghan Economy and Society during the Longest War 2001-2014- By: Prof. M. Siddieq Noorzoy

July 20, 2014 Abstract : This article looks at the claims of high economic growth rates since 2002/03 following the US led invasion of 2001 and argues that the actual source for economic growth has been the service sector of the Afghan ...
 Dawat Independent Media Center6 days ago Afghanistan's Wartime Economy (2001-2014). The Devastating Impacts of IMF-World Bank Reforms  Global Research1 week ago
Pakistan Today

LHC orders transfer of Sahiwal prisoner to Lahore

The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Thursday ordered transfer of a prisoner Iftikhar from the Sahiwal Jail to Lahore for medical treatment. Petitioner Sultana Noon in her plea said that Iftikhar was among the 13 prisoners released by the US ...
 Pakistan Today1 week ago

Group urges government to ease total deployment ban to Afghanistan

Share this: A group of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in Afghanistan urged the government yesterday to ease the total deployment ban in the conflict-torn state. In a statement, PINOY Bunkers, a group of at least 100 OFWs based Afghanistan, has ...
 Manila Bulletin1 week ago
Al Jazeera

Pakistan activists upset by new security law

By | Al Jazeera Islamabad, Pakistan - Sitting in a tent outside the Islamabad Press Club, in the baking heat of the Punjab summer, Zerjan Baloch awaits justice. Not that she expects to receive it, she says. On March 18, witnesses said a ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News2 weeks ago
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