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Peace Talks With Quetta Shura Expected Soon, Politicians
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Peace Talks With Quetta Shura Expected Soon, Politicians

News - Afghanistan Tuesday, 08 November 2016 20:22 Written by Peace talks with Taliban's Quetta Shura will start soon, a number of politicians involved in the process said on Tuesday. The politicians said that they had convened a number of ... Tolo News, 3 weeks ago

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Taliban leaders believed to have moved back to Afghanistan

Move to relocate from Pakistan where they had been based since 2001 could be a sign of their confidence in the fight against US-backed government in Kabul Kabul: After operating out of Pakistan for more than a decade, the leaders of Afghanistan's ...
 Gulf News1 week ago Taliban leaders likely to have moved to Afghanistan from Pakistan  Financial Express Bangladesh1 week ago Leaders of the Taliban may have moved to Afghanistan from Pakistan  FOXNews.com1 week ago Taliban Leaders May Have Moved to Afghanistan From Pakistan  ABC News1 week ago

Taliban Group ​facing financial crisis as civilian deaths deter donors

Departure of most foreign combat troops and infighting between rival groups has weakened perceived legitimacy of war The Afghan Taliban are facing a cash crisis with donors unwilling to bankroll an insurgency whose victims are increasingly civilians ...
 The Guardian4 days ago
International Business Times India

Afghanistan: Taliban leadership still in Pakistan, says Helmand province governor

Hayatullah Hayat has nixed reports that the top people in the extremist group had shifted to the province he now governs. . In picture: Taliban members.Reuters File Hayatullah Hayat, the governor of Helmand province in Afghanistan, has nixed ...
 International Business Times India6 days ago New Taliban Leader Preached Openly in Pakistan for 15 Years  Breitbart.com1 month ago Afghan Taliban Leader Preached In Pak, Despite Government Vow To Crack Down On Terror  NDTV1 month ago Exclusive: Afghan Taliban leader taught, preached in Pakistan, despite government vow to crack down  Metro.us1 month ago
Eurasia Review

Terror In Pakistan's Balochistan: New Lessons To Learn Analysis

Balochistan in Pakistan has once again been the hit by a terrorist attack. On 24 October 2016, 3 gunmen struck at the Quetta Police Training College causing at least 61 deaths and leaving 117 others injured. Following the bomb blast at the Quetta ...
 Eurasia Review4 weeks ago Why is Pakistan's Balochistan an easy target?  Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 month ago Why is Balochistan an easy target in Pakistan?  Al Jazeera1 month ago

Afghan Official Confirms Secret Talks Restarted With Taliban In Qatar

A senior Afghan official has confirmed that two secret rounds of peace talks between Afghanistan's government and Taliban representatives have been held in Doha, Qatar, since early September. The official, who spoke on October 18 to RFE/RL's ...
 Radio Free Europe1 month ago

New Great Game: Turkish-Russian relations bode ill for NATO's Chechen "rebels", Taliban postpones peace talks with Kabul

Turkish-Russian Rapprochement bodes ill for NATO's Chechen 'Rebels' Long before NATO member Turkey started flooding neighboring Syria with arms and fighters, the country already played a major role in destabilizing Russia's North Caucasus with a ...
 Sott.net2 weeks ago

No province for young men

The lethal attack on a police training facility in Quetta adds to the long list of terror incidents of the past decade, in which more than 60,000 Pakistanis have lost their lives. The carnage has also exposed the limits of military action and the ...
 The Friday Times4 weeks ago

More Than 60 Killed In Attack On Police Academy In Pakistan

Gunmen in the southwestern Pakistani city of Quetta killed at least 59 people in a bloody assault on a police training camp, government officials said Tuesday, storming a dormitory of unarmed cadets in a shooting rampage before detonating explosive ...
 Equilibrio Informativo1 month ago IS storms Pakistan police academy, 60 killed  Times of India1 month ago

Afghan Taliban Political Envoys in Pakistan for Serious Talks

ISLAMABAD — An Afghan Taliban delegation has traveled to Pakistan from Qatar for talks with officials to raise issues, including arrests of some insurgent leaders and increasing problems facing Afghan refugees in the neighboring country. A ...
 VOA News1 month ago
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