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Afghan Taliban chief 'injured' after internal firefight in Pakistan

Afghan Taliban chief 'injured' after internal firefight in Pak...

Another official said Mansoor was "fatally injured." But Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid quickly dismissed the claim about the shootout and Mansoor's injury. DNA, 2 months ago

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Interior, Defense Ministries Denounce Attack On TOLO TV Employees

News - Afghanistan Thursday, 21 January 2016 18:14 Written by Zabiullah Jahanmal & Zarmina Mohammadi The ministries of defense and interior on Thursday strongly denounced the deadly attack on TOLO TV employees and said it was a violent ...
 Tolo News2 weeks ago
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Taliban car bomber targets NATO convoy near Kabul airport

Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid says the group is behind the suicide attack on a foreign forces convoy, claiming that 'several invading forces were killed and wounded.' The Taliban are known to exaggerate battlefield claims. KABUL, ...
 Rappler1 month ago Taliban claim responsibility for suicide attack  Channel40001 month ago Taliban claim responsibility for Kabul suicide attack  CNN1 month ago Taliban claims responsibility for Kabul suicide attack targeting US convoy  International Business Times Australia1 month ago

February 08, 2016 by Hujjatullah Zia Political Turmoil Continues

At least 20 people were reportedly killed and 25 wounded in Tuesday's suicide bombing outside a police station in Kabul, for which the Taliban claimed responsibility. Despite the reverberation of resuming peace talk, the blood of Afghan police and ...
 Daily Outlook13 hours ago Suicide bombing kills 1 at Kabul restaurant  CNN1 month ago

2 Radio Journalists Attacked by Gunmen in Afghanistan

KABUL, Afghanistan — Two radio journalists were hospitalized, one of them in a coma, after being attacked by gunmen in northern Afghanistan, the police and one of the victims said on Saturday. It was the latest in a series of attacks on members of ...
 MyInforms1 day ago P Radio Journalists Attacked by Gunmen in Afghanistan  NigerianHerald.com1 day ago
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2016 - The Bloodiest Year In History Of Afghan Media: NAI

NAI (Organization Supporting Open Media in Afghanistan) declared January 2016 as one of the bloodiest months for Afghan journalists and media organizations over the past sixteen years, citing that at least eight journalists and media workers were ...
 Tolo News2 days ago

Taliban sabotage cuts major Kabul power source

KABUL — The Taliban have sabotaged a major power line in the northern province of Baghlan, officials said Wednesday, cutting a supply of electricity from Uzbekistan to Kabul, the Afghan capital, and exposing a vulnerability in the nation's rickety ...
 Boston Globe1 week ago
Pakistan Today

Afghan police officer 'poisoned colleagues'

Story highlights Afghan government: Police officer believed to have killed 10 of his colleagues Killer then let Taliban into police post in Chinartu district of Uruzgan province Taliban spokesman says his group stole weapons from the police post ...
 CNN1 week ago Afghanistan: Turncoat officer kills 10 police  Channel40001 week ago Afghanistan: Officer kills 10 colleagues, helps Taliban  CNN1 week ago Ten Afghan police officers killed by Taliban  Ennahar Online1 week ago
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Drive against anti-social elements : Police launch search operation in the vicinity of twin cities

RAWALPINDI: Police on the special directives of City Police Officer (CPO) Israr Ahmed Khan Abbasi on Tuesday launched a search operation in Dhoke Hafiz and its adjoining areas in the jurisdiction of Airport Police Station. Heavy police ...
 Daily Times1 week ago 12 outlaws rounded up  Pakistan Observer1 week ago 12 lawbreakers including two kite sellers held  Frontier Post1 week ago

Taliban demand removal from United Nations blacklist for talks

Political analyst Waheed Muzhda, who was an official in the Taliban's 1996-2001 administration, said the conference would not discuss the peace process but would instead focus on "current circumstances in Afghanistan". The threats were linked to ...
 Equilibrio Informativo1 week ago
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