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Scores of militants eliminated in wave of clashes
Afghanistan Times

Scores of militants eliminated in wave of clashes

News Detail 5 Quetta Shura members killed in Herat shootout AT News Report JALALABAD: Around 50 militants, seven of them hailing from Pakistan, have been killed in several clashes in Maidan Wardak, Ghazni and Nangarhar provinces, officials ... Afghanistan Times, 1 month ago

70pc fighters ready to quit TTP

PESHAWAR - An internecine feud within Maulana Fazlullah-led Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has become so severe that more than 70 per cent of the leading fighters in the outfit are ready to defect the TTP and announce the formation of their own ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 months ago
The Express Tribune

TTP group involved in attack on Malala busted

The Shura group was led by Zafar Iqbal, who owned a furnit­ure shop in Swat. The Shura group was led by Zafar Iqbal, who owned a furniture shop in Swat. PHOTO: STOCK ISLAMABAD: The military claims to have busted a group of militants ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago

Taliban splinter group Jamaat-ul-Ahrar forms in northwestern Pakistan

[embedded content] A group of commanders from the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan has broken away from the organization and formed Jamaat-ul-Ahrar. The creation of Jamaat-ul-Ahrar is a blow to the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan, as a top ...
 The Long War Journal1 month ago

Militant Hydra

The Islamic State and al-Qaeda are united in their shared vision of a Sharia -ruled caliphate For militants sharing the inhospitable Pakistan-Afghanistan border, winter is coming. Structural changes in the militant landscape have left ...
 Pakistan Today2 weeks ago

(en) Anarkismo.net: Balochistan on the brink by Joshua Virasami

Date Fri, 10 Oct 2014 10:49:53 +0300 The military occupation of Balochistan ---- Come here, listen to this, Ali slowly leafed through the pages of the local newspaper, look, you see this small paragraph? This is an account from a fighter in the ...
 Ainfos.ca2 weeks ago

The Scots say it all

N Sathiya Moorthy 05 October 2014 Analysis The 55-45 percent Scotland referendum against independence has revived the on-again-off-again discourse of the kind among Sri Lankan Tamils (SLT), one more time. Rather, certain Tamil web ...
 Observer India2 weeks ago

Wars of the 21st century

In this 1918 file photo, American troops carrying guns with fixed bayonets climb over a sandbag revetment in France during World War One. The 20th century was defined by five tectonic geo-strategic events. The First World War, the Second World ...
 Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago

A serial intervener, after all

America's Nobel Peace Prize laureate president, Barack Obama, who helped turn Libya into a failed state by toppling ruler Moammar Gadhafi, has started a new war in Syria and Iraq even as the U.S. remains embroiled in the Afghanistan war. Obama's air ...
 Japan Times3 weeks ago Brahma Chellaney: Obama — The serial interventionist  The Gulf Today3 weeks ago

Obama, the serial interventionist

Barack Obama has been more at ease waging wars than in waging peace. He has proved to be one of America's most militarily assertive Presidents since World War II America's Nobel Peace Prize laureate president, Barack Obama, who helped turn Libya ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
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