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Pakistan Taliban blame government for activist murder

The Pakistani Taliban on Sunday blamed government agencies for the killing of prominent social rights activist Sabeen Mahmud, as the outlawed outfit denied its involvement in the murder. Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan spokesperson Muhammad Khorasani, in a ... Asian Age, 1 day ago
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Pakistani Military Says Killed 47 Taliban

The Pakistani military said on April 23 that at least 47 Taliban fighters have been killed in air strikes over the last two days in the North Waziristan tribal area. The air strikes targeted a stronghold of Taliban insurgents in the Datta Khel ...
 Radio Free Europe4 days ago 28 militants killed in military operations  Afghanistan Times1 day ago Pakistani Taliban Militants Killed In Nooristan Clashes  Bakhtar News Agency4 days ago 47 Taliban Insurgents Killed In Pakistan  News Hub.com.ng4 days ago
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Pakistani Taliban test-fires indigenous missile Omar-1

As Pakistan celebrated Chinese investments worth $46 billion, militant group Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) reported tat it successfully test-fired indigenously
 MSN News US5 days ago Pakistan Taliban Claims Test-Fire of Omar-1 Missile  GlobalSecurity.org5 days ago Pakistani Taliban Сlaims Successful Test-Fire of Omar-1 Missile - Reports  Sputnik6 days ago Pakistani Taliban successfully test fires missile  India Today6 days ago
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Killing of Al Qaeda media frontman a blow to Taliban

World Bulletin / News Desk The killing of an American who directed al Qaeda's media campaign from his Pakistani hideout is likely to be a big blow for the Taliban, especially as they wage a propaganda war with ISIL. American al Qaeda member ...
 World Bulletin3 days ago Killing of treasonous US man a blow for al-Qaeda  Irish Examiner3 days ago Killing of Al Qaeda man a big blow  Saudi Gazette3 days ago Killing of U.S. al Qaeda media frontman seen as big blow for militants  Reuters UK3 days ago
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Are the Taliban and their leader becoming yesterday's men?

This image, first run in the Pakistani media, offers a computerised impression of what Mullah Mohammad Omar may look like if he is alive today. Afghan soldiers carry out a controlled detonation of a roadside bomb in Wardak province. Photo: New ...
 The Northern Times2 days ago Are the Taliban becoming yesterday's men?  Canberra Times2 days ago
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The Himalayan Times

KARACHI: The Pakistani Taliban killed five police officers in a rocket attack in country's southwest, authorities and a Taliban spokesman said Friday. Another Taliban attack on a police bus in Pakistan's largest city of Karachi left 10 people wounded.
 Himalayan times1 month ago Taliban launch spring offensive with rocket attack on US base  DNA India3 days ago

Pakistan Militant Mourns Loss of Al-Qaida Commander

A former spokesman for the Pakistani Taliban says an al-Qaida commander killed by a CIA drone strike played an important role in the 'war against America.' Azam Tariq told The Associated Press by phone Thursday that the "martyrdom" of Ahmed ...
 ABC News4 days ago
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Pakistan: Pakistan army burn $1.8 million worth of hard drugs, blame the Taliban

The Pakistani Army burned narcotics and alcohol worth over $1.8 million (€1.68 million) in the Shahkas fort, Jamrud on Thursday. The haul is reported to have included 72,716 kilogrammes of hashish; 117 kilogrammes of heroin; 389 kilogrammes of ...
 NEWS.com.au4 days ago
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Pakistani Splinter Group Rejoins Taliban Amid Fears of Isolation

A militant splinter group that broke from the Pakistani Taliban last year and declared allegiance to Islamic State announced on Thursday it was rejoining the Taliban insurgency, a move that could be prompted by fears of isolation amid possible ...
 NewsR.in6 days ago Pakistan splinter group rejoins Taliban insurgency  News on Air1 month ago IS announces expansion into AfPak parts of India hires exPak Taliban commander  Hindustan Times2 months ago
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To fight the Taliban, Pakistani military turns to un­or­tho­dox but simple tactics

By , KHARIAN, Pakistan — Pakistan's army is finally making significant gains in its campaign against Islamist militants, and some of the success can be traced back to unlikely sources: paintballs and bird calls. Here, tucked in a forest, ...
 Washington Post1 week ago Taliban announce their spring offensive in Afghanistan  Stars and Stripes6 days ago Taliban's Spring Offensive, BSA, and NUG  Afghanistan Times1 day ago Pakistani military turns to unorthodox but simple tactics to fight the Taliban  Stars and Stripes1 week ago
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