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11- member Jirga to hold talks with Mehsud Taliban
Pakistan Observer

Eleven member jirga to hold talks with Mehsud Taliban

PESHAWAR: A Mehsud tribal jirga, likely to be headed by the father-in-law of the slain Taliban leader Baitullah Mehsud, will negotiate for peace talks between the Taliban's Mehsud faction led by Khan Said Sajna and the government, sources said. ... DAWN Group, 3 weeks ago
Jirga to hold talks with Mehsud Taliban Frontier Post, 3 weeks ago
11- member Jirga to hold talks with Mehsud Taliban Pakistan Observer, 3 weeks ago
The Express Tribune

Mehsud Jirga upbeat about talks with Sajna

A file photo of a tribal jirga. PHOTO: AFP DI KHAN: A day after an 11-member Jirga of the Mehsud tribe met with commanders of a splinter group of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) at an undisclosed location, a member of the Jirga said that ...
 The Express Tribune2 weeks ago Tribal leaders, Taliban hold talks on peace deal  Oman Tribune2 weeks ago Jirga holds peace talks with TTP  Business Standard India2 weeks ago Jirga meets Mehsud Taliban to negotiate peace agreement  DAWN Group2 weeks ago
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Tribal leaders, TTP chief begin talks in S. Waziristan

PESHAWAR Elders of the Mehsud tribe have initiated talks with Said Khan Sajna, chief of the proscribed Tehreeke Taliban Pakistan (TTP) in South Waziristan. According to official sources, an 11-member jirga met Khan Sajna in South Waziristan on ...
 Oman Tribune2 weeks ago Mehsud jirga meets chief of TTP in South Waziristan  DAWN Group2 weeks ago

Discord dissolves Pakistani Taliban coalition

[embedded content] Ever since the head of the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan, Hakeemullah Mehsud, was killed in a US drone strike in late 2013 , the al Qaeda-linked group has been plagued by leadership disputes, infighting, and defections.
 The Long War Journal1 month ago
Weekly Standard

Gitmo 'Poet' Now Recruiting for Islamic State

An ex-Guantanamo detainee based in northern Pakistan is leading an effort to recruit jihadists for the Islamic State, an al Qaeda offshoot that controls large portions of Iraq and Syria. Abdul Rahim Muslim Dost, who was detained at Guantanamo for ...
 Weekly Standard1 day ago Gitmo Poet Now Recruiting for Islamic State  Foundation for Defense of Democracies1 day ago Pakistan clerics condemn Islamic State  Qatar Peninsula1 month ago
Eurasia Review

TTP is crumbling

Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), the country's largest alliance of Taliban militant groups, has been suffering a split in its ranks as several key commanders have formally announced to form their own factions or abandon the collation in recent ...
 The Friday Times6 days ago Khurassani new TTP spokesman  The Nation Pakistan1 week ago Pakistan: TTP Hardening Lines Analysis  Eurasia Review2 months ago
The Nation Pakistan

TTP fighting survival war in Khyber

ISLAMABAD - After losing sway in strategically important Mohmand Agency, and North and South Waziristan, the Khyber Agency is the last resort for Fazlullah-led Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) to survive in the country. Due to the emergence of ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 week ago

Jamaat-ul-Ahrar: Arrival of another terrorist outfit in Pakistan

A Fidayeen-style bomb blast at Wagah border on Pakistani border side in Punjab on Novermber 2, 2014, was claimed to be carried out by a dreaded terrorist outfit of Pakistan viz. Jamaat-ul-Ahrar, Pakistan (JAP). Bomb blast not only resulted into ...
 Meri News2 weeks ago

Wagah border bombing: Poisoning South Asia's trade chalice

Ehsan claime­d that it was the start of attack­s from his group which would be follow­ed by more such assaul­ts The TTP Jamat-ul Ahrar faction, represented by Ehsanullah Ehsan (pictured) was one of the three militant ...
 The Express Tribune2 weeks ago

Airstrikes kill 25 militants in Datta Khel

October 29, 2014 Airstrikes by security forces killed at least 25 militants Monday in the troubled north-western tribal region on the Afghan border, security officials said. The latest attacks targeted militants in the Datta Khel area of North ...
 Business Recorder3 weeks ago
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