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Afghan Taliban demands telecom tax from SA's MTN and others

Afghan Taliban extortion demands from telecoms operators refle...

EVENT The report stated that the Taliban's Quetta Shura leadership had made the demands directly to representatives of four unspecified telecoms operators, while also threatening to attack the companies' assets and personnel if the tax is unpaid. Jane's, 2 weeks ago
Afghan Taliban flex muscles with new telecom tax The Express Tribune, 2 weeks ago
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Tajik, Uzbek, Turkmen inducted into Taliban Leadership Council

10:45 am Leadership council of Taliban, which is also known as Quetta Shura, was reportedly comprised of Pashtoons only but the group has now included members of Tajik, Uzbek and Turkmen tribes into it. According to Pakistan€s The Express ...
 Frontier Post1 month ago ISI Sheltered Key Taliban Leaders Following Regime's Fall  Tolo News2 months ago The uncertain fate of another Supreme Leader of Taliban  Frontier Post2 months ago Uncertain fate of another Supreme Leader of Taliban  Frontier Post2 months ago

Af-Pak geopolitics

The previous Afghan President, Hamid Karzai, used to be an anti-Taliban fund-raiser and roving emissary for Ahmed Shah Massoud's Northern Alliance, before his 10-year term as the country's President. The Popalzai royalist, who wears a karakul, had a ...
 The Statesman2 weeks ago
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The new Taliban leader whose shadow hangs over Afghan peace talks

By Michael E. Miller, KABUL — When representatives of four nations meet on Monday to plan peace talks aimed at ending nearly four decades of fighting in Afghanistan, the most important figure is almost sure to be absent. Akhtar Mohammad ...
 Washington Post3 weeks ago

Unable to pay bribes residents approach Taliban for justice

GHAZNI CITY (Pajhwok): Most residents of southern Ghazni province refer their cases to Taliban courts, largely due to widespread corruption in judicial organs. People have to take their legal cases to the Taliban, because the provincial judiciary ...
 Frontier Post1 month ago
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Afghan Forces Push Taliban Out of Key District

Officials in Afghanistan said national security forces, backed by U.S. airstrikes, have regained control from the Taliban of a key district center in the volatile southern Helmand province. Provincial deputy governor Mohammad Jan Rasulyar told VOA ...
 GlobalSecurity.org1 month ago Why the Afghan Taliban is divided into factions  MSN UK1 month ago Afghanistan 2015: The Future of the Taliban  Huffington Post1 month ago Joseph V. Micallef: Afghanistan 2015: The Future of the Taliban  MyInforms1 month ago

Senior Taliban leaders believe Mullah Mansoor is dead

2:21 pm Shortly after the Taliban militants group released an audio recording purportedly from the group's supreme leader Mullah Akhtar Mansoor, some senior Taliban leaders have said the audio has been faked and that he is no more alive. ...
 Frontier Post2 months ago Taliban Say They Will Release Recording of Leader to Prove He is Alive  NDTV2 months ago
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February 08, 2016 by Abdul Ahad Bahrami Is Peace Possible with a More Powerful Taliban?

Since Taliban split after the announcement of death of Taliban founder Mullah Muhammad Omar last year, the main faction led by Mullah Mansoor has been struggling to boost influence and powers of the new leadership of the group. Since then, the ...
 Daily Outlook33 minutes ago A Look At Taliban's Different Factions  Tolo News2 weeks ago Taliban Peacemakers to Face Action: Herat Police Chief  Tolo News1 month ago A Divided Taliban Explained  Tolo News2 months ago

The Islamic State's obsession with al Qaeda and the Taliban

The newly released 13th issue of the Islamic State's English-language Dabiq magazine begins with an article praising the Dec. 2 terrorist attack in San Bernardino, Calif. Abu Bakr al Baghdadi's propagandists note that the husband and wife ...
 The Long War Journal2 weeks ago

New theatre of the absurd in Af-Pak region --Part I

-- On November 10, Pakistan's GHQ Shura of Corps Commanders met at Rawalpindi with the Army Chief General Raheel Sharif setting the tone for their deliberations. "The Government needs to match army's efforts in the on-going fight against terror", ...
 OpEdNews.com1 month ago
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