P ESHAWAR — Posters of turbaned Afghan presidential candidates are rolling off the presses in Pakistan, which will be keeping close watch on the election in its strategic backyard. Helped by cheaper labor and a favorable exchange rate, printers ... Philippines Daily Tribune, 1 week ago
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Hamid Shalizi - The Taliban have launched a violent campaign to disrupt this weekend's presidential election in Afghanistan, but in a restive eastern corner of the country they are paying villagers to surrender their voting cards. Residents in ...The Nation Pakistan, 1 week ago Taliban Fast Facts CNN, 3 weeks ago Shaky Afghan-Taliban peace talks run into Pakistani obstruction Christian Science Monitor, 1 month ago
KABUL: Afghanistan's High Peace Council, set up to oversee peace talks with the Taliban, has had no formal meetings with any of the 46 Taliban prisoners released in neighbouring Pakistan, an official said on Friday, despite pleas to be present when ...DAWN Group, 1 month ago Afghanistan irked over release of rebels in Pakistan Qatar Peninsula, 1 month ago Kabul irked at release of Taliban by Pakistan The Nation Pakistan, 1 month ago Kabul irked at random release of Afghan Taliban Gulf Times, 1 month ago
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Taliban's former minister was murdered on Monday in Pakistan's northwest city of Peshawar. Armed assailants riding on a motorbike shot Mullah Abdul Raqeeb, a former minister for refugees during the Taliban regime, killing him on the spot, a ...Daily Outlook, 1 month ago
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