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Lawyer's murder spotlights Bin Laden doctor's plight

The murder of Samiullah Afridi has highlighted the case of Shakil Afridi, an incarcerated Pakistani doctor who helped the US find bin Laden in 2011. Analysts say the mystery shrouding Afridi's case needs to be solved. ... Deutsche Welle, 1 month ago

Warlord Matiullah Khan

The US and Australian armies have systematically ignored the unlawful killing and torture by the criminal militia of warlord Matiullah Khan in the Uruzgan province of Afghanistan. On October 13, 2010, The Daily Age reported that the decision of the ...
 Daily Times1 week ago
DAWN Group

Operation in Khyber: Air raids kill 9 militants in Tirah Valley

Masatul Pass which linked Khyber Agency to the Afghan border has been seized. PHOTO: APP JAMRUD / HANGU: At least nine militants were killed in fresh air raids in a remote valley of Khyber Agency, while two soldiers injured in Saturday's ambush ...
 The Express Tribune3 weeks ago Intense Khyber operation enters last phase  DAWN Group1 month ago
MedIndia

Pakistan doctors carry AK-47s and stethoscopes

Listen Khurram SHAHZAD Peshawar, Pakistan When Pakistani doctor Mehmood Jafri gets ready for work in the morning, the first thing he does is put his AK-47 in the car. Then, after briefing the armed guards at his home, he sets off for the ...
 Gulf Time UAE1 month ago Pakistan Medics Face Abduction Threats by Taliban Militants on a Daily Basis  MedIndia1 month ago Stethoscopes and AK-47s  Kashmir Observer1 month ago Medics under threat as kidnappings, killing rise in Pakistan  Times of Oman1 month ago
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The Express Tribune

Why Tirah is important for Taliban, military

Neithe­r Islama­bad nor Kabul has been able to assert their writ over either side of the border in Tirah Valley­ PHOTO: AFP ISLAMABAD: It is a scenic, but inaccessible and sparsely populated area, yet Tirah Valley holds enough strategic ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago
The Express Tribune

US drone kills 9 Pakistani militants in Afghanistan

Drone strike cames days after LeI and TTP Jamaat­ul Ahrar announ­ce merger with Tehree­k-e-Taliba­n Drone strike cames days after LeI and TTP Jamaatul Ahrar announce merger with Tehreek-e-Taliban. STOCK IMAGE DI KHAN / JAMRUD / ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago

Battle ground for militancy: Peshawar's suburban nightmare

Some years ago, a man appeared at the funeral congregation of Noor Rahman's mother, a man no one appeared to have invited. He visited for three days, the customary mourning period, flanked each time by a contingent of men wielding rifles. The ...
 DAWN Group1 month ago

He Led the CIA to bin Laden—and Unwittingly Fueled a Vaccine Backlash

Editor's Note: This is the second of four articles on the forces that fueled polio's resurgence in the shadow of war. Read the first part here . In his native Pakistan, Dr. Shakil Afridi is considered a traitor by many people for helping the ...
 National Geographic1 month ago The Doctor Who Helped Find bin Laden  National Geographic1 month ago

Alien territory

My name is George Nathaniel Curzon. I am a most superior person. My cheeks are pink; my hair is sleek. I dine at Blenheim twice a week. (Satirical poem composed at Balliol College, Oxford) In 1901, Lord Curzon, Viceroy of India, in ...
 The Friday Times1 month ago
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