At the same time, the recruitment of Pakistani brothers to Afghanistan's Taliban movement might radically change the military and strategic situation in Afghanistan. Expert at the Institute of Strategic Studies Boris Volkhonsky made this forecast. ... Voice of Russia, 6 days ago
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Ever since the United States incorporated drones publicly, the manned-by-remote-control flying machines were met with either acceptance or hostility. Here on The Inquisitr , we reported on both sides. With drones, we were able to see what goes on ...Inquisitr, 4 days ago Pakistan: U.S. Engagement Necessary as Drone Strikes Resume Heritage Foundation, 1 week ago Cross-border attack kills 3 soldiers The Gulf Today, 1 week ago US drone attack kills five in Pakistan's tribal region Odisha Television, 2 weeks ago
Wednesday registered a criminal case against outlawed Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) leaders under the Anti-Terrorism Act for carrying out deadly assault on Karachi's international airport this week. The FIR was registered in Karachi's airport ...New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago Pakistan police registers FIR against Taliban for Karachi attacks DNA India, 1 month ago Karachi police files FIR against Taliban leaders Rediff.com, 1 month ago Karachi airport attack: Pakistan's embarrassment Channel 4, 1 month ago
The Taliban is warning foreign investors to leave Pakistan as clashes between the government and militant fighters escalate. While there are no Pakistan country-specific exchange traded funds, some ETF investors need to be aware of their exposure. ...Yahoo! Finance, 1 month ago Pakistan Taliban warns fore... Siasat Daily, 1 month ago Leave country or face violence: Pak Taliban warns foreigners Rediff.com, 1 month ago Pak Taliban warns foreigners to leave country or face violence Press Trust of India, 1 month ago
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On June 8 night, Pakistani security forces waged a deadly six-hour firefight with militants who assaulted the main airport in Karachi, Pakistan's largest city. The Pakistani Taliban also known as Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan, or TTP took credit for ...News India Times, 1 month ago Pakistan: Airport Security Disturbingly Vulnerable Lignet, 3 weeks ago TTP still strong in Karachi The Friday Times, 1 month ago What next after Karachi Airport terrorist attack - something big in China Big News Network, 1 month ago
Threek-E-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has long been at the forefront of anti-government activities in Pakistan.
Karachi: The recent attacks on Karachi International Airport have once again brought into focus the precarious situation of Pakistan's internal security. On Monday, the attackers chose one of the most highly fortified complexes in the nation, to ...Daily Bhaskar, 1 month ago Karachi Airport Gun Fight Kills 27 as Taliban Vows More Attacks Washington Post, 1 month ago Pakistan airport cleared after 10 Taliban militants killed BDlive, 1 month ago Karachi airport attack kills 27 as Taliban vow fight Business Intelligence Middle East, 1 month ago
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New Delhi : A book by former Pakistani security official Hassan Abbas said that senior commanders of Tehrik-e-Taliban Baitullah Mehsud and Mullah Fazlullah were declared patriotic at a special, confidential media briefing conducted by Pakistani ...Daily Bhaskar, 1 month ago A book by former Pakistani security official Hassan Abbas said that senior commanders of Tehrik-e-Taliban Baitullah Mehsud and Mullah Fazlullah were declared patriotic at a special, confidential Daily Bhaskar, 1 month ago
The Pakistani Army's game plan of promoting Islamic militant groups to counter perceived threats has unleashed a Frankenstein that will be extremely difficult to be tamed. The recent attack in Karachi airport and subsequent Pakistan Army operation against militants in North Waziristan has once again brought to focus the tinderbox that is Pakistan and the militant Islamic groups operating there in general, and the Tehrik-e-Taliban in particular. What is it that Pakistan is ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
A former officer of the Pakistan Air Force (PAF), who now heads a lethal fidayeen unit of the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), could be the possible mastermind of the June 8 terror strike on the Jinnah International Airport in Karachi.According to a ...Business Standard, 1 month ago
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