Monday , May 22 2017


Afghan Taliban Names New Leader to Replace Mullah Omar

KABUL, Afghanistan –  Afghanistan’s Taliban on Thursday confirmed the death of Mullah Mohammad Omar, who led the group’s self-styled Islamic emirate in the 1990s, sheltered Al Qaeda through the 9/11 attacks and led a 14-year insurgency against U.S. and NATO troops. The Taliban Shura, or Supreme Council, chose Mullah Akhtar …

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Pak US Talks Fails to Reopen NATO Supplies

ISLAMABAD: The latest high-level talks between the United States and Pakistan ended with out any initiative on Friday after  Pakistan demands an unconditional apology from the Obama administration on Salaa Attack which resulted in the death of 24 Pakistani soldiers last November, the New York Times has reported. The White …

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TAPI Gas Pipe Line Project is under Threat

ISLAMABAD: Much needed USD 7.6-billion Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan- India (TAPI) gas pipeline project is at stake after India and Afghanistan failed to agree on transit fee passing through Afghan territory, officials said after the two day meeting between the four countries representatives. The project was signed by President Zardari, Afghan President Hamid …

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Six Uk Soldiers Missing In Afghanistan

 KABUL: Six UK soldiers are missing, believed killed, in southern Afghanistan, the Ministry of Defence has said. Five from the 3rd Battalion the Yorkshire Regiment and one from the 1st Battalion The Duke of Lancaster‘s Regiment were on patrol on Tuesday when their vehicle was hit by an explosion. The …

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Afghanistan, Pakistan Satisfy over Karzai’s Visit Outcome

  ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar and Afghan Ambassador Mohammad Umar Daudzai expressed their satisfaction over the outcome of President Hamid Karzai’s visit in connection with peace process in Afghanistan. Sources close to the Ambassador of Afghanistan, who called on the Foreign Minister Wednesday, told Online that Daudzai also …

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