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The Taliban Have Thrived Since Their Leader Died

This month marks the three year anniversary of the death of Mullah Mohammed Omar, the infamous, one-eyed cleric who led the Taliban for more than sixteen years. Omar was a fascinating figure on many fronts. Famously reclusive and enigmatic, no ... RealClearWorld, 4 days ago
The Taliban three years after Mullah Omar The Interpreter, 4 days ago
Catherine Hirst looks at the Taliban The Interpreter, 3 days ago
Yahoo! Singapore

Taliban leader calls for unity among rivals

Agencies/Kabul Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mohamed Mansoor is calling for unity among rival factions, which splintered when he was named as successor to the movement's late founder in July. His statements, sent to media late Friday, referred ...
 Gulf Times1 month ago Taliban sets conditions for peace talks with Afghan government  Equilibrio Informativo1 month ago Faltering peace process: Ghani renews talks offer to unamenable Taliban  Equilibrio Informativo1 month ago US asks Taliban to join Afghan peace talks  The Gulf Today1 month ago
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Taleban chief secures grip on power before decisive battles

By subduing dissidents and eliminating rivals, Taleban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour is rapidly consolidating his authority over the fractious Afghan insurgent movement as it prepares for "decisive" battles in its upcoming spring offensive. ...
 Khaleej Times3 weeks ago
World Bulletin

Taliban: Mullah Zakir denies reports he called for negotiations with the West

Bill Roggio 11th April 2016 - The Long War Journal The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, the official name of the Taliban, issued a statement denying that senior leader and former Guantanamo Bay detainee Mullah Adbul Qayoum Zakir has called for ...
 Foundation for Defense of Democracies3 weeks ago Will Afghan Taliban talk?  World Bulletin2 weeks ago

INS VIKRAMADITYA OPERATIONALLY DEPLOYED: NAVY CHIEF

Kochi: Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Robin Kumar Dhowan on Wednesday announced that the newly inducted aircraft carrier, INS Vikramaditya, is now operationally deployed and its integral MiG-29K fighters have been fully integrated with the ...
 IPA Newspack.com3 days ago
Al Jazeera

Specialist's sacrifice spurs soldiers to reach out to Afghan villagers

COMBAT OUTPOST NALGHAM, Afghanistan - Spc. Preston Dennis didn't have to come back just yet. It had been less than a year since he had left Afghanistan, and the Army owed him more time with his wife before he had to return. But his new unit, the ...
 Stars and Stripes4 days ago Fighting erupts near power lines to Afghan capital: officials  The Express Tribune3 weeks ago Afghanistan tough times with three warring sides  South Asia Monitor4 weeks ago Afghanistan: Taliban won't talk because it is winning  Al Jazeera1 month ago

Taliban, Islamic State battling for the soul of Afghanistan

For Kabul's residents, springtime in Afghanistan brings three things: sunshine, rain showers and blood. Over the past two decades, the end of winter has been marked by a renewed campaign of violence from the Taliban. The deadly tradition ...
 Dhaka Tribune4 days ago The key to the Taliban's success in Afghanistan  MSN News US1 week ago Taliban's Differences From ISIS Are The Key To Its Success In Afghanistan  International Business Times1 week ago
Anadolu Ajansi

Diplomatic tensions jeopardize Afghan peace prospects

By Aamir Latif KARACHI, Pakistan Renewed diplomatic tension between Pakistan and Afghanistan has thrown cold water on hopes for a speedy resumption of peace talks between Kabul and the Taliban. In an unusually strongly-worded statement on ...
 Anadolu Ajansi6 days ago
Al Jazeera

Is China changing its policy towards Uighur Muslims?

Neighbouring states are questioning China's ability to treat its Uighur population fairly and halt terrorism. Has China just issued its first conciliatory statement towards the Uighur Muslim ethnic group, which has been persecuted for years? And ...
 Al Jazeera1 week ago

Why it's so hard to end the broken US-Saudi relationship

The Atlantic's Jeff Goldberg recently noted President Obama is clearly irritated that foreign-policy orthodoxy compels him to treat Saudi Arabia as an ally. Yet there the president was this week in Riyadh, spending two days trying to fix relations ...
 New York Post1 week ago
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