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FEATURE-Pakistani army fuels anger in securing Swat from Taliban

Govt, TTP shuras agree to extend ceasefire, release prisoners

BY AJMAL WAZIR BULAND KHEL : The first round of direct talks between government committee and Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) shura concluded here on Wednesday. According to the sources, both sides discussed ceasefire extension and release of ... World Tribune Pakistan, 3 weeks ago
Unilateral release of 19 Taliban irks army Daily Times, 1 week ago

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Dangerous undercurrents in North Waziristan

Islamabad - As Tahreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) prepares for a long haul in North Waziristan, a new amalgam of foreign fighters in collaboration with remnants of Al-Qaeda stationed in this tribal area is fast spreading influence and operations ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago
World Bulletin

Taliban infighting claims 13 militants in Waziristan

World Bulletin / News Desk Clashes between two rival Taliban groups spread to other parts of Waziristan region on Friday as 13 more militants were killed in two separate incidents in the remote Dattakhel town bordering northeastern Afghanistan, ...
 World Bulletin1 week ago
Inter Press Service

Taliban Screens a New Silence

Active Citizens , Armed Conflicts , Asia-Pacific , Civil Society , Crime & Justice , Democracy , Development & Aid , Economy & Trade , Editors' Choice , Featured , Gender , Global Geopolitics , Global Governance , Headlines , Human Rights , Peace , ...
 Inter Press Service5 days ago Students Take On the Army  Inter Press Service1 month ago

My trip to North Waziristan — II

Mufti Noor Wali's verdictswould make some happy but others upset. I noticed that those who were on good terms with the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and provided funds to it get favourable decisions from him. Several Mehsud tribesmen were ...
 Daily Times1 week ago
Canberra Times

Afghan voters defy Taliban, cast their ballots for a new president on relatively peaceful day

KABUL — They huddled in the rain under plastic sheeting. They ignored death threats and rattling firefights. After weeks of violence and tension, Afghan men and women turned out in larger numbers than expected Saturday to choose a new president to ...
 Washington Post1 week ago Afghan voters defy Taliban to vote for new president  Canberra Times1 week ago Afghan people defy Taliban to vote for new president  Canberra Times1 week ago Afghan voters defy Taliban to cast votes  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago

Defying Taliban Threats, Afghans Vote For Next Leader

Hide caption A child waits patiently as her mother fills out her ballot behind cardboard privacy screens in Kabul during Afghanistan's elections Saturday. Previous Next David P Gilkey/NPR Hide caption Long lines were seen at ...
 NPR1 week ago

Matters of controversy

While the TTP cease-fire holds and may be extended, the terrorist attacks continue. It is one thing to ask the Taliban to take notice of such attacks and to use its clout to halt such activities, but what about the responsibility of the state? It ...
 The Nation Pakistan3 weeks ago
Radio Free Europe

Taliban splinter group say they executed Nils Horner 'for being MI6 spy'

Nils Horner, 51, was declared dead on arrival at the city's emergency hospital after reportedly being shot in the head at close range in the affluent Wazir Akbar Khan neighbourhood. Reported by MailOnline 7
 One News Page1 month ago Taliban 'Splinter Group' Claims Killing Of Swedish Journalist  Radio Free Europe1 month ago LEAD: Islamist group claims Kabul shooting of  Europe Online Magazine1 month ago Nils Horner: Islamic Group Claims Responsibility for Journalist's Murder 'Because he was an MI6 Spy'  International Business Times UK1 month ago

The displaced Mehsud tribe

The war on terror hasaffected several areas and people but nothing can match the miseries of the Mehsud tribe in South Waziristan, one of the seven tribal Agencies bordering Afghanistan and ruled by a British-era law, the Frontier Crimes Regulations ...
 Daily Times1 month ago
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