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Afghan guerrilla commander Sirajuddin Haqqani tipped as new Taliban leader
International Business Times UK

US to welcome dialogue between Afghan government, Haqqani network

Home » General News » Pakistan May 26, 2016 The United States would welcome dialogue between the Afghan government and Taliban even if the Haqqani network took the leadership role, a US Statement Department spokesman said on Tuesday, and ... Business Recorder, 10 hours ago
Who will be the next Taliban leader? MSN UK, 2 days ago

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Haibatullah Akhundzada new Afghan Taliban chief

Home Top News Haibatullah Akhundzada new Afghan Taliban chief Like Yaqoob and Haqqani to act as deputies Tariq Saeed Peshawar—The Afghan Taliban have reportedly named Mullah Haibatullah Akhun-dzada as the new Taliban Supreme leader ...
 Pakistan Observer9 hours ago Afghan Taliban names Haibatullah Akhundzada to succeed Mullah Mansour  Business Standard1 day ago Pak to get US aid only if it takes demonstrable action against Haqqani Network  IndiaTV News2 days ago $300 million aid to Pakistan subject to its action against Haqqani: US Senate panel  Economic Times2 days ago
The Hindu

Sirajuddin Haqqani could succeed Mullah Akhtar Mansour as Taliban leader

Haqqani, who has a $5-million U.S. bounty on his head, is widely seen by U.S. and Afghan officials as the most dangerous warlord in the Taliban insurgency. Afghan guerrilla commander Sirajuddin Haqqani, a possible successor to Taliban leader ...
 The Hindu3 days ago

US House blocks $450 million aid to Pakistan, snubs White House

The House has approved NDAA which blocks $450 million aid to Pak for failing to take action against the dreaded Haqqani network Press Trust of India | Washington May 20, 2016 Last Updated at 13:08 IST Ignoring objections of the White House, the Republican ...
 Business Standard6 days ago US government opposes Congress move to block Pakistan aid  Asian Age1 week ago Obama admin opposes Congressional move to condition aid to Pak  Rediff.com1 week ago US Congress initiates move to block $450 million aid to Pakistan  catchnews.com1 week ago

Pakistan has based its identity on anti-Indianness: Husain Haqqani

Former Pakistan ambassador to the US, Husain Haqqani's just released book, 'India Vs Pakistan: Why Can't We Just Be Friends?' (Juggernaut Books), has landed him in the eye of a media storm for its revelation that Lt Gen Ahmed Shuja Pasha, then ISI chief, had ...
 DNA2 weeks ago 26/11 Mumbai attacks: Ex-Pakistan envoy to US Husain Haqqani's explosive revelations  India Today2 weeks ago Interview with Husain Haqqani  The Hindu2 weeks ago Pakistan uses terrorism as a low-cost means of bleeding India: Hussain Haqqani  DNA2 weeks ago

Haqqani network militant targeting parliament building arrested in Kabul

Afghan intelligence operatives have arrested Haqqani network militants before the suspects manage to target the parliament building. The National Directorate of Security (NDS) said the militants with BM12 rockets were looking to attack the parliament ...
 Sify2 weeks ago ISI made Haqqani Taliban's No 2 to protect him from US: Report  Rediff.com2 weeks ago 'ISI paid Haqqani Network $200,000 for attack on CIA'  MSN India1 month ago Pakistan's ISI paid $200,000 to Haqqani Network in 2009 to attack CIA camp in Afghanistan  First Post.com1 month ago

Retired Pakistani Army officers were involved in 26/11: Husain Haqqani

Husain Haqqani, a former Pakistani ambassador to the US, says that an ex-chief of the ISI spy agency had admitted that "some retired Pakistani Army officers" were involved in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack that claimed 116 lives and injured hundreds of others ...
 Prokerala2 weeks ago Our people planned 26/11: ex-chief of ISI  The Hindu2 weeks ago

Pakistan should prosecute jihadis targeting India: Haqqani

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 Business Standard2 weeks ago
IndiaTV News

US asks Pakistan for concrete action against Haqqanis

The US has said that after last week's massive car bombing in Kabul it has asked Pakistan to take concrete action against the Haqqani Network.The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack outside a building of the National Directorate for Security in ...
 Prokerala1 month ago Take 'concrete action' against Haqqani network: US to Pak  Deccan Herald1 month ago US calls for concrete action against Haqqanis  Sify1 month ago Pakistan must consider security ops against Haqqani network: Top US commander  IndiaTV News2 months ago

Using jihadis to liberate Kashmir backfired on Pakistan: ex-diplomat Husain Haqqani

Pakistans involvement with jihadi groups at the highest level aimed at liberation of Jammu and Kashmir has backfired, ex-diplomat Husain Haqqani said on Tuesday following the deadly terror attack in Lahore. And even as its decades-old policy has backfired, ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago 'Pak policy to liberate J&K with jihadis backfired'  Economic Times1 month ago Pakistan's policy to liberate Kashmir with jihadis has backfired: Husain Haqqani  Business Standard1 month ago ‘Pakistan policy to liberate Kashmir with jihadis has backfired’  The Hindu1 month ago
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