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Reflecting on the carnage
World Tribune Pakistan

Quetta carnage

Akbar Jan Marwat Terrorist struck again in Quetta with their full ferocity, amidst claims by the state that: Their back has been broken. Over 70 innocent people died in the gory incident. Our civilian defence establishment believes, that such ... Pakistan Observer, 1 week ago
Reflecting on the carnage World Tribune Pakistan, 2 weeks ago

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New Taliban chief marks a return to the roots

The early tenure of the Taliban's new leader, a low-key religious scholar seen as a potential unifier, has been notable for lacking the drama his predecessor seemed unable to shake. But even after two months in the role, Mawlawi Haibatullah ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Taliban's new chief is more religious, less ...  Firstpost.com1 month ago Taliban finds new leader lacking influence; commanders refuse to pledge allegiance  Rediff.com1 month ago Taliban's new leader being viewed as lacking influence: Report  ZeeNews.com1 month ago

White House Condemns Hospital Explosion in Pakistan

iStock/Thinkstock (QUETTA, Pakistan) — At least 53 people were killed in an explosion inside a hospital in the city of Quetta, Pakistan, Monday morning, police officials say. The incident occurred shortly after a senior lawyer in Quetta, who ...
 101gold.com2 weeks ago Suicide Bombing At Hospital In Pakistan Kills More Than 50 People  NPR2 weeks ago Torkham: Now what?  The Nation Pakistan2 months ago

Bitter lessons for Afghanistan

BySita Bali On Tuesday April 12, 2016 the Taliban announced the start of their new spr-ing offensive. It was expected to be their deadliest yet, and the attack in Kabul on April 19 in wh-ich 64 persons were killed and over 300 were wounded is a ...
 South Asia Monitor1 month ago

Powerful jihadist faction reconciles with the Taliban

Haji Abdullah, the father of Mullah Dadullah Akhund and Mullah Mansour Dadullah. Image from Voice of Jihad. A powerful Taliban faction that broke away from the main group has reconciled and swore allegiance to the Taliban's new emir, Mullah ...
 The Long War Journal1 week ago
Green Left Weekly

Pakistani leftists on Quetta bombing: 'Establishment must stop backing terror'

Pakistani lawyers take to the streets to condemn the Quetta bombing. The left-wing Awami Workers Party (AWP) has condemned the deadly bombing of the Civil Hospital in Quetta on August 8, in which more than 97 people lost their lives. Most victims ...
 Green Left Weekly1 week ago August 11, 2016 by  Daily Outlook1 week ago FRC Daily Brief,Saturday, 06 August 2016  FATA Research Centre2 weeks ago Why Should Pakistan Be Added To List of Terrorist States?  Afghanistan Times4 weeks ago

Former senior Taliban leader reconciles with jihadist group

The Taliban continues to attempt to mend the rifts with a faction that broke away after the controversy surrounding the death of Mullah Omar and the naming of his successor. On Aug. 8, the Taliban announced that Mullah Baz Mohammad, who served as a ...
 The Long War Journal1 week ago

VIDEO: ANA Soldiers Plead for Food, Weapons in Taliban Heartland

News - Afghanistan Sunday, 07 August 2016 19:25 Written by As fierce fighting continues in the volatile southern province of Helmand, reports have emerged that dozens of security force members have been killed while fighting the Taliban. In ...
 Tolo News2 weeks ago
Al Jazeera

Afghanistan Is Finally Standing Up to Pakistan

As the first president of Afghanistan following the toppling of the Taliban, Hamid Karzai's legacy will always be decidedly mixed. The famously mercurial Karzai masterfully navigated the traditional tribal politics of Afghanistan, but arguably laid ...
 National Interest2 weeks ago Afghanistan Partial Threat Assessment: June 30, 2016  Institute for the Study of War1 month ago US must challenge Pakistan's duplicity on Afghanistan  Al Jazeera1 month ago
DAWN Group

Is blaming the 'foreign hand' good enough?

The writer is a former editor of Dawn. IF Pakistan has evidence that the Indian intelligence agency RAW acted in cahoots with its Afghan counterpart NDS to plan and execute the Quetta atrocity then the sooner New Delhi is confronted with this the ...
 DAWN Group1 week ago Is blaming the 'foreign hand' enough?  DAWN Group1 week ago Good, bad or just evil?  DAWN Group1 week ago
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