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Pakistanis displaced by military offensive seek refuge in Afghanistan
Stars and Stripes

Shadow-boxing Taliban for a billion US dollars

There's no strategy behind the Pakistani military offensive in Waziristan, except to create internally displaced persons and disperse some terrorists. Rawalpindi needs lessons from India on effective counter-terrorism Thank heavens the legendary ... New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago
Pakistan: New drone killings deepen instability Green Left Weekly, 1 month ago
Times of India

They were not our guests

Residents of North Waziristan who fled the tribal area during the military operation against the Taliban are now describing their life under the influence of local and foreign militants. Nearly a million people left North Waziristan, a tribal ...
 The Friday Times1 month ago Poorly planned army operation fuels North Waziristan chaos  Times of India1 month ago Displaced tribesmen from Waziristan living in misery  Times of India1 month ago

Adnan's arrest: Wana Taliban commander rejects reports

July 23, 2014 Taliban Commander of Shakai (Wana), South Waziristan Agency, Tehsil Khan Wazir has rejected media reports regarding the arrest of TTP Commander Adnan Rasheed in Shakai area of SWA. Commander Tehsil is the commander of Shakai area ...
 Business Recorder1 month ago Wana Taliban reject reports of Rasheed's arrest  Pakistan Today1 month ago
Pakistan Today

IDPs recall nightmare with Taliban

NEW YORK: Displaced people from North Waziristan agency have spoken out against Pakistani Taliban's nightmarish hold of their tribal region bordering Afghanistan, saying they destroyed their social structure and traditions. Some of the tens of ...
 Financial Daily1 month ago For Pak IDPs, life under Taliban a nightmare  Oman Tribune2 months ago North Waziristan displaced persons recall nightmares with Taliban  Pakistan Today2 months ago

Taliban Commander Among Three Killed in Northwest Pakistan

Peshawar: A Taliban commander was killed today in a remote controlled Improvised Explosive Device (IED) blast in Pakistan's restive tribal region bordering Afghanistan. The IED blast took place outside the house of the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan ...
 NDTV1 week ago Pak Bomb Blast Kills Taliban Commander, Two Others  Outlook India1 week ago 3 including Taliban Commander killed in northwest Pakistan  The Freepress Journal1 week ago Taliban commander among 3 killed in northwest Pakistan  Business Standard India1 week ago
Inter Press Service

These Children Just Want to Go Back to School

About 518,000 primary school students have sat idle over the last decade as a result of the Taliban's campaign against secular education. Credit: Ashfaq Yusufzai/IPS By Ashfaq Yusufzai PESHAWAR, Pakistan , Aug 26 2014 (IPS) Between government ...
 Inter Press Service1 week ago

Displaced by anti-Taliban military operation, Pakistani Pashtun poets revive their craft

By , BANNU, Pakistan — For more than five centuries, poets in remote northwestern Pakistan have recited verses about the area's mountainous scenery, their tribal culture and love. That all changed as Islamist militants tightened their hold ...
 Washington Post1 month ago Once silenced by Taliban, Pashtun poets revive their craft  Washington Post1 month ago

In the Taliban's birthplace, a fragile victory over insurgents

By , Kevin Sieff The Washington Post Police officers sit in a home where U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Robert Bales gunned down many of the 16 Afghan civilians he murdered in March 2012, mostly women and children. The district is now relatively ...
 Washington Post1 month ago In Taliban heartland where U.S. once fought, Afghan forces triumph — for now  Washington Post1 month ago

Tea vendor

am An Afghan tea vendor prepares a cup for a customer on the Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul yesterday. Afghanistan's economy has improved significantly since the fall of the Taliban regime in 2001, largely because of
 Qatar Peninsula1 month ago

Pakistan officials say al Qaeda trainer, not Taliban militant, arrested

By ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan security officials said on Thursday they had arrested a top militant near the Afghan border but not a Pakistani Taliban leader who colleagues had identified last week as a man who once tried to blow up former ...
 Reuters Canada1 month ago
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