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Army rejects involvement in Kunduz attack
The Nation Pakistan

Pakistan rejects accusations of involvement in Kunduz attack

Afghan security forces patrol in Kunduz city after Taliban attack (Photo: AP) Afghan army alleges that Pakistan's military were involved in Taliban's brief capture of Islamabad : Pakistan's military has rejected allegations by Afghanistan's deputy army chief ... Asian Age, 3 hours ago
Army rejects involvement in Kunduz attack The Nation Pakistan, 10 hours ago
DAWN Group

Pakistan's Afghan predicament

THE fall of Kunduz seems to have set in motion a domino effect with the Afghan Taliban forces threatening to overrun the other neighbouring northern Afghan provinces. Baghlan could be the next. Fierce fighting is also reportedly raging in Badakhshan ...
 DAWN Group15 hours ago Peace remains elusive in Afghanistan  The Express Tribune17 hours ago Afghanistan: Enigma and paradox  The Nation Pakistan4 days ago 'Blame game' not the solution for Afghan issue: Aizaz Ahmed  The Nation Pakistan6 days ago

Pakistan army condemns baseless allegations of role in Kunduz assault

Afghan special forces arrive for a battle with the Taliban in Kunduz city, northern Afghanistan, September 29, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer RAWALPINDI: Pakistan army today strongly rejected a new report carried by a section of Afghan media regarding ...
 SAMAA TV21 hours ago Taliban commanders at Kunduz were once jailed in Pakistan  MSN News US2 days ago Afghan security forces try to flush out Taliban from Kunduz (AFP)  Yahoo! News Australia5 days ago Ghani: Afghan Forces Retake Kunduz from Taliban  VOA News5 days ago
The Nation Pakistan

Taliban did not hang Pakistani military official: ISPR

Islamabad: Pakistan military denied on Monday that a man shown being hanged in videos released by the Taliban was one of its intelligence officers, as the insurgents had claimed. In footage released on Sunday, the militant group hanged a man who ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 day ago Pakistan denies man hanged by Taliban was one of its spies  AlertNet1 day ago
The Guardian Nigeria

Taliban says shot down crashed US C-130 plane in Afghanistan

Pakistani Taliban The Taliban claimed Friday to have shot down a US military transport plane in eastern Afghanistan in a crash that killed 11 people, as the battle for Kunduz raged after the emboldened militants briefly seized the city. The ...
 The Guardian Nigeria5 days ago Military Plane Crashes In Afghanistan: Six American Airmen Killed, Taliban Claims Credit  Inquisitr4 days ago US Transport Plane Crashes, Taliban Claim Shooting It Down  NewsMax.com5 days ago US denies Taliban shot down cargo plane  Sky News Australia5 days ago
Business Standard

Shyam Saran: US' Afghanistan script comes undone

Prospects of Afghan peace recede as Taliban fragments away from Pakistani control
 Business Standard1 month ago Taliban seizes control of major Afghan city...  Washington Post1 week ago Taliban storms into northern Afghan city in major blow for security forces  Washington Post1 week ago Taliban Seizes Kunduz, Afghanistan  VOA News1 week ago

ISI sheltered Taliban leader Mullah Omar, says Clinton email

Top Taliban leader Mullah Omar was sheltered by Pakistan's powerful spy agency Inter-Services intelligence after the outfit's leadership fled from Afghanistan in 2001, according to an email received by former secretary of state Hillary Clinton during her tenure. Mullah Omar is reported to have died at a hospital in Karachi two years ago. However, till date the Pakistani authorities have strongly refuted reports of direct links between Inter-Services Intelligence and Mullah Omar. The US too ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago The battle for the Taliban  BBC2 weeks ago Afghan Taliban ends leadership row and agrees to back Mullah Akhtar Mansour  MSN Philippines2 weeks ago Ex-Taliban leader's family declares support for new leader Mansour  Abu Dhabi National2 weeks ago

Amid terror threats in UK, two guards appointed for Malala's Yousafzai

Pakistani nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai, who was shot in the head by the Taliban in 2011 for championing the cause of girls education, has reportedly been given two 24-hour armed guards in the UK after she was made a key target by terrorists. The guards ...
 DNA1 month ago Malala hopes to become Pakistan PM one day  The Nation Pakistan3 days ago 2 Guards Deputed for Malala Yousafzai's Security Amid Threats in UK  NDTV1 month ago Malala given 24-hour armed guards, amid threats in UK  The Hindu1 month ago

Pakistan police arrest seven suspected TTP militants

Pakistani police have arrested seven suspected Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) militants in the Maripur area. According to the Dawn, official in charge of the anti-extremism cell Ali Raza said that the cell arrested local Taliban commander Haji Sher Muhammad ...
 Sify2 months ago 3 militants arrested in raid in Pakistan  Business Standard4 days ago Seven Pakistani Taliban militants arrested  Prokerala2 months ago

Roadside blast kills Pakistani tribal elder

Loading ... An anti-Talibantribal elder has been killed in Pakistan after his vehicle hit aroadside bombinthe country'sconflict-plagued northwest, police say. The blast occurred in the town of Baka Khel Wazir, located 150 kilometers (93 ...
 PressTV.com3 days ago Bomb kills pro-government tribal elder in NW P...  Qatar Peninsula3 days ago
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