Monday April 7, 2014 Kabul (BNA) Zafar military operations ended with killing of fifty-eight insurgents in east of the country. Col. General Mohammad Sharif Yaftal 203 thunder army corps commander in a news conference told BNA reporters in ... Bakhtar News Agency, 1 week ago
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The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) on Wednesday decided not to extend its ceasefire which had expired on April 10. News reports quoting a spokesperson said that the TTP took this decision not to extend the ceasefire as the government had not ...The Hindu, 2 days ago
The Afghan presidential elections went smoother than many had predicted. But if none of the eight candidates gets over fifty percent of the vote, there will be a second run-off in May or June. On the other hand, if one gets more than fifty percent ...The Nation Pakistan, 1 week ago Third Candidate Withdraws From Afghan Presidential Race Afghanistan News Center, 3 weeks ago
1. World Leaders Meet In The Netherlands Over fifty world leaders will convene in The Hague this Monday and Tuesday to discuss ways to prevent nuclear terrorism, reduce nuclear materials worldwide, and improve international cooperation. This will ...Huffington Post, 3 weeks ago
The town where I have been living with my family for the last fifty years is one of the most peaceful towns of Balochistan. My parents and my grand parents, all were born there and certainly all are buried there too. We have about hundred houses in ...Frontier Post, 1 month ago
April 15, 2014: With over 95 percent of the paper ballots delivered to the capital and 15 percent counted it appears that no candidate received more than fifty percent so there will be a runoff between the top two candidates. At the moment that ...Strategy Page, 3 days ago Taliban vows to disrupt Afghan elections Deutsche Welle, 1 month ago
- Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan recently declared a one-month ceasefire to which government reciprocated and ordered stoppage of retaliatory surgical strikes by jet fighters and helicopters. However, attacks by militants are continuing and we now have ...Pakistan Observer, 1 month ago
The first judicial council for women was started in Pakistan's Swat Valley last year. Its founder has now been invited to join a traditional, male-only grand jirga. Sitting in a circle, covered in head-to-toe chadors, women from all age groups ...Christian Science Monitor, 1 month ago
The Pakistani government has been trying to hold talks with Taliban who have created havoc across this Muslim nation that was carved out of India some 67 years ago. The nation is facing onslaught by fundamentalists like never before. Last week, ...Sify, 1 month ago
News Detail They took the revenge. Their ire fell on innocent civilians once again. As many as 15 civilians were killed in a roadside bombing in the Maiwand district of southern Kandahar province late on Monday. The incident happened when a ...Afghanistan Times, 1 week ago
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