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Drone strike kills 18 TTP militants
Daily Times

Drone strike kills 18 TTP militants

PESHAWAR: Eighteen Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) militants of the banned organisation's Sajna group were killed in a drone strike in Afghanistan's Paktika province on Monday night, security sources said. Members of the TTP offshoot were holding a ... Daily Times, 5 days ago

Analysis: Divided militants

AS if the militancy scene was not confusing enough — at least for Pakistan's decision-makers and policymakers — the now almost month-long fighting between two militant groups in South Waziristan has made the situation more puzzling, particularly ...
 DAWN Group6 days ago

KP govt not sincere in transferring of power to district govts: Nazim

Abid Buneri BUNER: District Nazim Dr. Obaidullah on Tuesday while addressing district council session came hard on the KPK government adding it is not sincere in transferring of power to district government as even the class four employees are ...
 Frontier Post2 weeks ago
The Express Tribune

Tripping in the dark: Most of K-P without power as fault occurs at Mangla

No electricity till Friday evening; PESCO cites problem in power house. PHOTO: AFP/FILE PESHAWAR: Most areas of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, including its provincial capital, were without electricity till Friday evening, affecting everyone's day. ...
 The Express Tribune3 weeks ago
DAWN Group

From TTP to IS: Pakistan's terror landscape evolves

By Ali Akbar As the self-styled Islamic State (IS) gains ground in the Middle East, key commanders of the fractured Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) are submitting to the overtures of the violent global movement that is slowly making inroads into ...
 DAWN Group1 month ago

Fate of Taliban's new leader uncertain after conflicting reports of a shootout in Pakistan

The Taliban is forcefully denying that its newly appointed leader, Mullah Akhtar Muhammad Mansour, was wounded or killed during a shootout at a meeting with other commanders in Pakistan. The jihadist group's top two spokesmen described the reports ...
 The Long War Journal2 months ago
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