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Pakistani forces believe they have killed top Baluch rebel leader

Pakistani forces believe they have killed top Baluch rebel leader

An undated photograph shows Allah Nazar Baluch, the leader of the Baluchistan Liberation Front, at an undisclosed location in Pakistan's Baluchistan province. EUTERS/Stringer Pakistani forces believe they have killed a top insurgent leader in ... Reuters, 1 month ago

New Taliban leader facing tension as top official quits

. Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansour, Taliban militants' new leader, is seen in this undated handout photograph PESHAWAR, Pakistan (Reuters) - A top Taliban official announced his resignation on Tuesday amid a growing leadership struggle in the ...
 Investing.com2 months ago New Taliban Chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour Had Mullah Omar's Son Killed? Afghan Taliban Dismisses Reports  International Business Times India2 months ago Mullah Omar's family does not endorse new Taliban leader-statement  Himalayan Times2 months ago New Taliban leader urges unity in ranks in first audio message  Malaysian Insider2 months ago

10 most dangerous nations in the world

A couple runs away from tear gas used by riot police to disperse demonstrators during a protest. Photograph: Huseyin Aldemir/Reuters The ninth edition of the Global Peace Index, which ranks the nations of the world according to their level of peacefulness, has ranked Syria as the most dangerous country in the world. The world is less peaceful today than it was in 2008, says the report. Last year alone it is estimated that 20,000 people were killed in terrorist attacks up from an average of ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

US Long Suspected Pakistan of Sheltering Mullah Omar, Report Says

Taliban leader Mullah Omar has rarely been photographed or seen in public. U.S. intelligence officials suspected Pakistan of sheltering Taliban leader Mullah Mohammad Omar, one of the world's most wanted men, for years before his death, ...
 Military.com2 months ago

Terror on the tracks: A deadly history of attacks on trains

A special MCOCA court has awarded the death sentence to five of the Mumbai train blasts convicts on Wednesday. Reports state that the five planters of the bombs have been awarded the death sentence while the remaining seven convicts have been awarded life imprisonment. Also read: 7/11 Mumbai train blasts: 5 get death; 7 sentenced to life On July 11, 2006, several bomb blasts ripped through Mumbai's local trains in a synchronised attack in the evening peak hours. Altogether 188 people were ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
Hindustan Times

Now showing in Mumbai: Many shades of Pakistan

A picture of a Pakistani artist posing as Mona Lisa, with a lit cigarette and a Coca-Cola bottle in her hand, is among 70 photographs on display at Max Mueller Bhavan from Saturday, seeking to present the troubled nation in a new light. Titled ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago

The ISI's grim message for Afghanistan

'The ISI has given a stunning display of its capacity to do with impunity what it likes within Kabul. Incensed over the triumphalism of the hardliners in Kabul, the ISI has hit out; it is a typical ISI reflex action that Indians are familiar with,' says Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar. IMAGE: Afghan soldiers watch as an excavator works at the site of a truck bomb blast in Kabul, August 7. The truck bomb exploded near an army compound in Kabul, killing at least 15 people and wounding another 248, in ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
The Express Tribune

The shame of Kasur

There are no words to descri­be the scale: 400 videos; 284 childr­en; up to 25 assail­ants and abetto­rs; thousa­nds of CDs sold for Rs50 The writer is a barrister and columnist. He tweets @AsadRahim In places like Pakistan, if indeed ...
 The Express Tribune2 months ago
Foundation for Defense of Democracies

Taliban Touts Camp in Paktia Province

Bill Roggio 5th August 2015 - The Long War Journal co-authored by Caleb Weiss A Taliban fighter promoted what he described as a training camp for jihadists in the eastern Afghan province of Paktia. The camp is located in a district that ...
 Foundation for Defense of Democracies2 months ago

Monument to be built for Farkhunda who was lynched over false Quran burning

Pakistan: Afghan Peace Talks 'Postponed' By RFE/RL's Radio Mashaal and RFE/RL's Radio Free Afghanistan July 30, 2015 Pakistan's Foreign Ministry has announced that peace talks scheduled for July 31 between Afghan government negotiators and Taliban ...
 Afghanistan News Center2 months ago
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