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Are the Afghan Taliban ready to talk?

Afghan Government, Taliban Clash On Peace Talks 'Rumors'

Peace talks between the Afghanistan government, the Pakistani military and the Taliban could be going on behind the scenes in Qatar, Afghan officials hinted to local media on Tuesday. A day earlier, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said the country ... Austin American Statesman, 1 week ago

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Taliban commander escapes prison in Pakistan

A senior Taliban commander involved in a 2013 massacre of 10 foreign climbers at a Himalayan mountain has escaped from a prison in northern Pakistan. Local Pakistani officials said Habib-ur-Rehman, one of the key suspects in the attack, ...
 Sahar TV5 days ago Pakistani Inmates Accused In Tourist Killings Escape From Prison  Radio Free Europe6 days ago Prisoners arrested in killing of 10 mountain climbers escape from jail  New York Post6 days ago Pakistan climbers' 'killers' escape  BBC6 days ago

Boy who pretended to be dead to survive Pakistan attack treated in Birmingham.

The father of a boy who pretended to be dead to survive a Taliban attack on a military school in Pakistan has been speaking to Central News Muhammad Nawaz lost one son during the attack. He says his family struggling to cope after gunmen shot their ...
 ITV.com6 days ago Teen 'Played Dead To Survive Taliban Attack'  Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 week ago Boy 'played dead' in Taliban massacre  BBC1 week ago
Daily Times

Foreign Office says Pakistan welcomes peace talks between the Afghan Taliban and Afghan government

Foreign Office says all outstanding disputes including Jammu and Kashmir, Sir Creek and Siachen will be discussed during the foreign secretary level talks with India. At her weekly news briefing in Islamabad today, Foreign Office Spokesperson Tasnim ...
 Radio Pakistan1 week ago Pak expects result-oriented dialogue with India: FO  Daily Times6 days ago Pak-India to discuss all issues next month: FO  Online News Pakistan6 days ago Pakistan to take up all issues with Indian diplomat  Pakistan Today6 days ago

Pakistan's War On Terror -- 'Good' Versus 'Bad' Taliban

The danger of the fighting in Afghanistan spilling across the mountainous western borders of Pakistan confronts a society that's also in a perpetual standoff with India and roiled by simmering discontent everywhere. The overwhelming sentiment, as ...
 Forbes.com4 days ago

Pakistan keeps tab on mobiles after Taliban massacre

Listen Almost every Pakistani citizen has a cellphone, but from now on, Big Brother is checking to make sure their name, number and fingerprints are on record. The measures are meant to tighten control of cellphones and avert their use for ...
 Gulf Time UAE6 days ago Pakistan tightens cellphone law in fight against terror  The Witness6 days ago Pakistan tightens cellphone control after Taliban massacre  Tech21 week ago Government tightens control on cellphones in Pakistan  Asian Age6 days ago

Army arrests 12 Taliban involved in Pakistan school attack

ISLAMABAD: A Pakistani army spokesman says 12 local Taliban militants involved in a deadly school attack late last year have been arrested. Maj. Gen. Asim Saleem Bajwa told a media briefing Thursday that another nine members of what is believed to be a ...
 Himalayan times3 weeks ago Pakistan and its seven states of delusion  Rediff.com6 days ago Main executor of APS attack captured  The Gulf Today1 week ago Peshawar school massacre suspect arrested  Radio Television Hong Kong1 week ago
Ani News

Musharraf Blames India for Afghanistan's Woes

KARACHI, Pakistan-Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf, whose administration once backed the Taliban in Afghanistan, said Kabul must share power with the extremist group and block Indian influence if it wishes to see peace. And Pakistan and ...
 Austin American Statesman1 week ago Musharraf sees role for Taliban in Afghanistan  Online News Pakistan1 week ago Kabul must share power with Taliban for peace: Musharraf  Dunya News1 week ago Musharraf says Kabul must share power with Taliban, block Indian influence to establish peace  Ani News1 week ago
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The need for civil society in Pakistan

Pakistan will never be able to defeat the Pakistani Taliban and other terrorist outfits unless the all powerful army enlists the help of civil society and the public at large. A stunning example of what is possible and where the public now stands on ...
 Al Jazeera1 week ago
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Pakistani girl held for Taliban extortion

Police in Pakistan have arrested a teenage girl for posing as a Taliban militant to extort money from wealthy people. The 17-year-old student was arrested from the suburbs of Peshawar city in the north-western province of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, ...
 Sky News Australia1 week ago
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