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US-assisted Taliban surge bad for India

The most significant development that India can ill afford to ignore is that the US no longer regards the Mullah Omar-led Afghan Taliban as an Al-Qaeda affiliate. It also does not see the Taliban as a terrorist group A recent report issued by the ... New Delhi Pioneer, 1 week ago

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German Cabinet OKs Troops For Afghan Mission

Taliban Supreme leader Mullah Omar has possibly died By Khaama Press - Wed Nov 19 2014, 10:06 pm The Taliban supreme leader Mullah Mohammad Omar has possibly passed away amid reports that the group has divided into three different parts. Radio ...
 Afghanistan News Center6 days ago Still fighting: Afghan Taliban say Mullah Omar is alive  The Express Tribune6 days ago Taliban say Mullah Omar alive, active  Frontier Post6 days ago Main Uzbek Militant Faction In Syria Swears Loyalty To Taliban  Radio Free Europe2 weeks ago
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US persuaded Pakistan to support Taliban chief Mullah Omar, reveals Hamid Mir

New Delhi : Noted Pakistani TV journalist Hamid Mir has revealed that it was senior US official Robin Raphel, who, in 1995, persuaded the then Pakistan Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto to support Taliban chief Mullah Omar in Afghanistan. Hamid Mir was speaking ...
 IndiaTV News1 month ago Taliban chief Mullah Omar claims victory through his Eid message  Afghanistan News Center1 month ago Taliban Supreme Leader Claims Victory in Afghan War: Reports  RIA Novosti1 month ago Mullah Omar Claims Victory in Afghan War  GlobalSecurity.org1 month ago

New Afghan president snubs Taliban leader in proposed peace talks

Everyone was invited to the party — except the boss! Legendary Taliban leader Mullah Omar was snubbed by newly elected Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani to join proposed peace talks with the half-blind heavy's fundamentalist group, The Post has ...
 New York Post1 month ago New Afghan President omits terror list tagged Mullah Omar from proposed peace talks  TruthDive1 month ago New Afghan President omits 'terror list tagged' Mullah Omar from proposed peace talks  NewKerala.com1 month ago

Al Qaeda snubs Islamic State? Announces India branch; reaffirms loyalty to Taliban chief Mullah Omar

Al Qaeda snubs Islamic State? Announces India branch; reaffirms loyalty to Taliban chief Mullah Omar Thursday, 4 September 2014 - 9:02am IST | Place: Dubai | Agency: Reuters Al Qaeda leader Ayman al Zawahri Reuters Al Qaeda leader Ayman al Zawahri on ...
 DNA2 months ago Al Qaeda launches India wing to 'raise the flag of jihad'  India Today2 months ago Al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) and "Jihad on the Seas"  International Institute for Counter-Terrorism6 hours ago Al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent calls for jihadist unity against US-led coalition  The Long War Journal3 weeks ago

Taliban Bomber in Afghanistan Capital Targets Army Bus, Kills Three

The militant Islamist group claimed responsibility and its reclusive leader, Mullah Mohammad Omar, urged Afghans to wage jihad to establish a Islamic rule in Afghanistan, calling the election a "publicity stunt". "You would have, by now, come ...
 Voice of Russia1 month ago Suicide bomber targets army bus in Kabul, kills three Reuters 5 hrs ago  MSN News1 month ago China to help Afghanistan in conducting national infrastructural plan: Ghani  Afghanistan News Center3 weeks ago Four ANA troops dead as many wounded in Kabul blast  Frontier Post1 month ago
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Pro-Pak US diplomat under FBI scanner

WASHINGTON - A veteran US diplomat nicknamed Lady Taliban for her outspoken pro-Pakistan views and who once met with Mullah Omar has been placed under a criminal counter-intelligence investigation by the FBI. The veteran US State Department ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago

Khurassani new TTP spokesman

ISLAMABAD - Following the removal of Shahidullah Shahid, Mullah Fazlullah-led Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) on Friday appointed Muhammad Khurassani as its new official spokesperson. TTP central shura had earlier sacked Shahidullah Shahid. Today, ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago TTP sacks spokesman for supporting Baghdadi militia  Oman Tribune1 month ago TTP sacks spokesman  Kashmir Observer1 month ago TTP announces sacking of its spokesman  DAWN Group1 month ago
Malay Mail

Pakistani Taliban sack spokesman over support for IS jihadists

File picture of armed Pakistani militants loyal to Mullah Fazlullah standing at a police station at Matta in Swat district, November 6, 2007. A Taliban spokesman was sacked after allegedly pledging loyalty to the Islamic State militants. — AFP pic ...
 Malay Mail1 month ago Malala, despite Pakistan  Indian Express1 month ago Two faces, one threat  New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago Pakistani Taliban denies allegiance to Islamic State  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

Pakistan Taliban sacks its spokesman

(TTP) has sacked its spokesman, media reports said Tuesday. The TTP statement, posted on its Omar Media site, said Shahidullah Shahid was the nom de guerre for the TTP spokesman and the group had allowed Abu Omar Sheikh Maqbool to use it, Dawn ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago Does Pakistan realise that TTP has joined hands with the ISIS?  The Express Tribune1 month ago
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