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US May Get Sued for Dronestrike on Taliban Chief
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American anti-militancy spree in Pakistan

After eliminating Taliban Chief Mullah Mansour in a drone airstrike (May 21, 2016) in Baluchistan, USA also banned (May25, 2016) two Pakistan based terrorist groups viz; Tariq Gider Group (TGG) and Jamaat ul Dawa al-Qu'ran (JDQ) and designated them ... Meri News, 1 day ago
Pakistan: DNA test confirms Taliban heads death DailyNews724.com, 8 hours ago
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Pakistan Today, 1 week ago
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Business Standard, 2 days ago
The Nation Pakistan, 13 hours ago
Asharq Al Awsat, 5 days ago
Daily Times, 1 month ago
Aaj TV, 1 month ago
The Nation Pakistan, 3 weeks ago
World Tribune Pakistan, 1 week ago
Family Security Matters, 1 week ago
Malay Mail

U.S. says late Taliban leader was planning attacks on Americans

PESHAWAR, Pakistan/WASHINGTON U.S. President Barack Obama approved the drone strike that killed Mullah Akhtar Mansour because the Taliban leader was overseeing plans for new attacks on American targets in Kabul, the Afghan capital, U.S. officials ...
 Reuters UK6 days ago Afghan Taliban gets new leader  Malay Mail4 days ago Pakistan's place in Obama's world  The Express Tribune8 hours ago Mansour was plotting attacks on American targets, says US  Oman Tribune5 days ago
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Channel NewsAsia

Brother of slain Taliban chief's driver presses charges against US

QUETTA, Pakistan: The brother of a man who was killed alongside the Taliban's slain chief Mullah Akthar Mansour in an American drone strike in southwest Pakistan is pressing murder and terrorism charges against US officials, police said on Sunday ...
 Channel NewsAsia7 hours ago
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Family of driver killed with Taliban chief files case against US

KARACHI: The family of a Pakistani driver Muhammad Azam killed along with Taliban chief Mullah Mansour in an American drone strike in Balochistan province today registered a police case against the US government , demanding justice. Mansour and ...
 Times of India10 hours ago Family of Driver Killed With Mansour Files Case Against US  Outlook India8 hours ago PTI - PAK-DRONE - Family of driver killed with Mansour files case against US  Namibia Press Agency11 hours ago
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Times of India

US tells Pakistan to go after terrorists

WASHINGTON: The US has asked Pakistan to go after terrorists especially the Taliban leadership, days after an American drone killed Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour in the country's troubled Balochistan province. "We continue to cooperate ...
 Times of India1 day ago US wants Pak to go after Taliban leaders after chief Mansour’s death  Asian Age1 day ago Taliban Scurrying for Next Leader  Financial Buzz4 days ago
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Times of India

Michelle Obama makes surprise visit to Pak embassy in U.S

WASHINGTON: Pakistan experienced a relief from the continuous American pressure on the diplomatic front when the First Lady Michelle Obama made a personal gesture of support by making a rare social visit to the Pakistani Embassy in Washington on ...
 Times of India1 day ago
NDTV

American Senator Marco Rubio Blasts Pakistan's Blasphemy Law

American Senator Marco Rubio has criticised Pakistan's blasphemy law, saying it continues to "encourage" violence and marginalisation of religious minorities in the country. "In Pakistan, we have seen proponents of religious freedom murdered for ...
 NDTV1 day ago US Senator Marco Rubio blasts Pak's blasphemy law  The Statesman1 day ago Senator Marco Rubio blasts Pakistan's blasphemy law  The Hindu1 day ago
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Financial Express

Respect Pakistan's sovereignty but will target terrorists: US

The strike sends a clear message that those who target Americans and Afghan people are not going to be given a safe haven. (Reuters) The US respects Pakistan's sovereignty but will carry out strikes to eliminate terrorists who are targeting its ...
 Financial Express5 days ago US talks tough: Respect Pakistan's sovereignty, but strikes to target terrorists will continue  DNA India5 days ago Respect Pakistan's territorial sovereignty: US  Dunya News5 days ago We respect Pak's sovereignty but will target terrorists: US  Rediff.com6 days ago
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Death of Taliban Leader Eliminates 'Roadblock' to Peace in Afghanistan

Some elements in the Pakistani military and the ISI had "shown a willingness" to work with terrorist outfits, a top American Congressman has alleged after the United States said it has killed Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour in a drone ...
 Equilibrio Informativo2 days ago No safe haven for you in Pakistan  The Nation Pakistan5 days ago Why are Pakistani authorities silent over Mullah Mansoor's death?  The Express Tribune5 days ago Elements in Pak military have worked with Taliban: Royce  Business Standard6 days ago
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DNA India

Indian-American scientist receives top honour for science and technology from Obama

US President Barack Obama has felicitated an Indian-American scientist and a Pakistani- American doctor with the nation's top honours in the field of science and technology & innovation respectively. The National Medal of Science was presented to ...
 DNA India1 week ago Indian-American scientist honoured by Obama  News Today1 week ago Indian-American, Pakistani-American Honoured by Obama  Outlook India1 week ago Obama grants top honour to Pakistani-American doctor  Pakistan Today1 week ago
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