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Advantage Taliban

By Fahad Humayun The war in Afghanistan is showing little sign of a seasonal let-up. As a successful Taliban campaign quashes hopes for a quick and easy settlement, the jury is still out on the timing of the decision to eliminate Mullah Mansour at the start of the summer. The …

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Managing Relations with Afghanistan

By Talat Masood When President Ashraf Ghani assumed office, he gave a high priority to improving relations with Pakistan. Our leadership, both civilian and military, fully realizing how important this relationship was, made sincere efforts at working closely with Afghan leaders to build bridges. With common threats and shared concerns, …

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Uzbek Militants Attack the Pakistan Air Force Base in Peshawar

  By Arif Qoreshi Islamabad: The Pakistan Air Force base inside the Bacha Khan International Airport in Peshawar attacked by Uzbek militants belonging to Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan on Saturday night. Peshawar air port  is jointly used by civilian airlines and the Pakistan  air force. Five militants and four civilian killed in …

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Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan Behinds the Attack on Hamid Mir

Islamabad: The Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) claimed the responsibility  of  a failed attempt to kill Hamid Mir  on Monday who is considered  Pakistan’s best television anchor works with a largest media channel Geo News. Hamis mir is the only Pakistani journalist  who interviewed late Al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden more than …

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Pakistani Clerics: Expelled from Afghanistan

  Islamabad:Afghan security officials have expelled over 30 ‘Pakistani clerics’ from mosques in southern Kandahar province over ‘provocative speeches’ to encourage people for an ‘uprising against the government’, an Afghan official told The Express Tribune on Tuesday. Hamdullah Nazak, governor of district Dand in Kandahar, said that Pakistani clerics had …

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