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Kevin Ogilvie paralysed by Taliban bomb is walking thanks to 'Robocop' legs

2 days ago
Lance Corporal Kevin Ogilvie, 24, from Suffolk, was told he would never walk again after his vehicle was hit by an improvised explosive device in 2012.
Daily Mail

Kevin Ogilvie paralysed by Taliban bomb is walking thanks to 'Robocop' legs

2 days ago
Lance Corporal Kevin Ogilvie, 24, from Suffolk, was told he would never walk again after his vehicle was hit by an improvised explosive device in 2012.
The Nation

Army officer dies as militants ambush convoy

1 day ago
PESHAWAR - Two days after the end of a ceasefire between the government and Taliban, an army officer was killed and two others sustained critical wounds when a convoy of security forces was attacked in Bara Shekhan area of Peshawar on Friday. The convoy of security forces was travelling on Frontier Road Peshawar when it came under attack by militants near border area...
The Nation

Four Taliban prisoners escape Afghan jail

1 day ago
MAZAR-I-SHARIF : Four Taliban prisoners escaped from a northern Afghanistan jail and killed two guards using weapons that had been smuggled inside, officials said Friday. The incident occurred in the relatively peaceful Faryab province on Thursday night, provincial spokesman Ahmad Jawed Deedar told AFP. The inmates used smuggled tools to break through their cell wall,...
The Nation

Govt negotiators foresee peace talks deadlocked

1 day ago
ISLAMABAD - Since the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has so far refused to extend ceasefire, the government peace dialogue players are foreseeing a deadlock in peace dialogue, stating trust deficit and delay in meeting with TTP Shura as major factors behind it. The deadlock in peace talks still could be avoided only by holding an immediate meeting with TTP Shura, as extraordinary...
The Nation

TTP threatens attacks on govt installations

1 day ago
PESHAWAR - After denying extension in ceasefire, Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) Spokesman Shahidullah Shahid has said that Taliban may carry out attacks on government installations in defence but it will not attack public places. “Certain elements can attack public places after the end of ceasefire by the TTP, but the militants group as per its policy will not attack...
Daily Mail

Kevin Ogilvie paralysed by Taliban bomb is walking thanks to 'Robocop' legs

2 days ago
Lance Corporal Kevin Ogilvie, 24, from Suffolk, was told he would never walk again after his vehicle was hit by an improvised explosive device in 2012.
Daily Mail

Kevin Ogilvie paralysed by Taliban bomb is walking thanks to 'Robocop' legs

2 days ago
Lance Corporal Kevin Ogilvie, 24, from Suffolk, was told he would never walk again after his vehicle was hit by an improvised explosive device in 2012.
Daily Mail

Kevin Ogilvie paralysed by Taliban bomb is walking thanks to 'Robocop' legs

2 days ago
Lance Corporal Kevin Ogilvie, 24, from Suffolk, was told he would never walk again after his vehicle was hit by an improvised explosive device in 2012.
AP

Christie's to auction portrait of Malala by Yeo

1 day ago
NEW YORK (AP) -- A portrait of a Pakistani teenager shot by the Taliban for championing education for girls will be auctioned next month....
The Nation

Taliban can agree on ceasefire if government releases their captives: Prof. Ibrahim

1 day ago
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The Nation

Taliban negotiator under house arrest in UAE

2 days ago
KABUL - A leading Taliban peace negotiator has been placed under house arrest in the United Arab Emirates, officials said on Thursday, dealing a blow to President Hamid Karzai’s efforts to jump-start a nascent Afghan peace process before leaving office. Agha Jan Mutassim, a finance minister during Taliban rule from 1996 to 2001, has been missing for over a week, according...
Daily Mail

Kevin Ogilvie paralysed by Taliban bomb is walking thanks to 'Robocop' legs

2 days ago
Lance Corporal Kevin Ogilvie, 24, from Suffolk, was told he would never walk again after his vehicle was hit by an improvised explosive device in 2012.
Daily Mail

Kevin Ogilvie paralysed by Taliban bomb is walking thanks to 'Robocop' legs

2 days ago
Lance Corporal Kevin Ogilvie, 24, from Suffolk, was told he would never walk again after his vehicle was hit by an improvised explosive device in 2012.
Daily Mail

Kevin Ogilvie paralysed by Taliban bomb is walking thanks to 'Robocop' legs

2 days ago
Lance Corporal Kevin Ogilvie, 24, from Suffolk, was told he would never walk again after his vehicle was hit by an improvised explosive device in 2012.
The Nation

TTP will be urged to extend ceasefire: Prof Ibrahim

2 days ago
PESHAWAR- Taliban negotiator Professor Ibhrahim today said that dialogue committee would appeal the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) to extend ceasefire. He said date for meeting between government and Taliban committees is still undecided, however, both sides intend to continue the dialogue process. Professor Ibrahim said that government’s team would be apprised about...
The Nation

Pakistan publishes list of tax offenders, to embarrass them into paying up

2 days ago
    The cash-strapped authorities find it almost impossible to chase down the large number of defaulters, many of them powerful politicians, through the country's moribund courts. Only around one in 200 citizens files income tax returns. The state is left begging foreign donors to help fund crumbling public schools and hospitals. Anger over poor public services...
Daily Mail

Kevin Ogilvie paralysed by Taliban bomb is walking thanks to 'Robocop' legs

2 days ago
Lance Corporal Kevin Ogilvie, 24, from Suffolk, was told he would never walk again after his vehicle was hit by an improvised explosive device in 2012.
Times of India

'Taliban negotiator under house arrest in UAE'

2 days ago
A leading Taliban peace negotiator has been placed under house arrest in the United Arab Emirates, officials said today, dealing a blow to President Hamid Karzai's efforts to jump-start a nascent Afghan peace process before leaving office.
Daily Mail

Kevin Ogilvie paralysed by Taliban bomb is walking thanks to 'Robocop' legs

2 days ago
Lance Corporal Kevin Ogilvie, 24, from Suffolk, was told he would never walk again after his vehicle was hit by an improvised explosive device in 2012.
Daily Mail

Kevin Ogilvie paralysed by Taliban bomb is walking thanks to 'Robocop' legs

2 days ago
Lance Corporal Kevin Ogilvie, 24, from Suffolk, was told he would never walk again after his vehicle was hit by an improvised explosive device in 2012.
The Nation

Taliban resume terror war

3 days ago
PESHAWAR  - Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has formally announced on Wednesday that they have decided not to extend ceasefire. However, they said they will continue with the dialogue process with complete sincerity and seriousness. The Taliban had declared a month-long ceasefire on March 1 and later extended it for 10 days and the extension expired on April 10. Since...
The Nation

TTP using ceasefire issue ‘to blackmail govt’

3 days ago
LAHORE - In the jigsaw of Taliban and government peace talks, the former on Wednesday used the ‘ceasefire’ as a pressure tactic to get some of its unacceptable demands approved from the government, security sources close to the developments on this count informed The Nation. Close circles of Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) told this correspondent that the infighting...
Daily Mail

Kevin Ogilvie paralysed by Taliban bomb is walking thanks to 'Robocop' legs

3 days ago
Lance Corporal Kevin Ogilvie, 24, from Suffolk, was told he would never walk again after his vehicle was hit by an improvised explosive device in 2012.
Times of India

Taliban refused to extend ceasefire

2 days ago
Pakistani Taliban on Wednesday renounced extension of its unilateral ceasefire prompting Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to summon a high-level meeting on national security on Thursday.
Daily Mail

Blunders by British generals allowed Taliban to carry out attack on Camp Bastion while Prince Harry was in Afghanistan

3 days ago
Complacency by senior officers meant security was inadequate, allowing heavily-armed insurgents to storm the supposedly impregnable UK base in 2012.
Daily Mail

Kevin Ogilvie paralysed by Taliban bomb is walking thanks to 'Robocop' legs

3 days ago
Lance Corporal Kevin Ogilvie, 24, from Suffolk, was told he would never walk again after his vehicle was hit by an improvised explosive device in 2012.
New York Times

Pakistani Taliban End Cease-Fire With Government

3 days ago
The group said they would continue to pursue peace talks after accusing the military of torturing prisoners and killing 50 militants during the cease-fire.
Al Jazhera

Pakistani Taliban declares end to ceasefire

3 days ago
Armed group blames arrests and killings of people associated with it for its decision but is still open to talks.
The Nation

PM summons meeting to discuss national security

3 days ago
ISLAMABAD- Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has summoned a high-level meeting to discuss national security on thursday. The meeting will review the dialogue process with the Taliban and the situation arising in neighbouring Afghanistan following the presidential election. Sources add that relations with Iran will also be on the agenda. The country’s top military and civilian...
The Nation

Bilawal asked to put anti-Taliban rhetoric on hold

3 days ago
ISLAMABAD- Taliban negotiator Professor Ibrahim Khan today asked Pakistan People's Party (PPP) patron in-chief Bilawal Bhutto Zardari to refrain from making harsh statements about the peace talks and Taliban. "On one hand, Bilawal Bhutto demands the release of Shehbaz Taseer and Haider Gilani, while on the other hand, he uses harsh language against the Taliban," Ibrahim...
The Nation

Pakistani Taliban end ceasefire with government but say talks still on

3 days ago
  DERA ISMAIL KHAN- Pakistani Taliban have formally ended a 40-day ceasefire but are still open to talks with the government, a spokesman said today. Government negotiators were not immediately available to confirm if talks would continue. Shahidullah Shahid said the insurgents were not extending the ceasefire, which began on March 1, 2014 because the government had...
The Nation

Sajna may become TTP SWA chief

4 days ago
LAHORE - Khan Said Sajna Mehsud is likely to become the undisputed head of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), South Waziristan Agency chapter, in the changing scenario of SWA and his (Sajna’s) sway over his rival Shehryar Mehsud, The Nation has learnt. Tribesmen close to the TTP leaders in SWA told this correspondent on Tuesday that the results of the first fierce infighting...
Daily Mail

Blunders by British generals allowed Taliban to carry out attack on Camp Bastion while Prince Harry was in Afghanistan

3 days ago
Complacency by senior officers meant security was inadequate, allowing heavily-armed insurgents to storm the supposedly impregnable UK base in 2012.
Daily Mail

Kevin Ogilvie paralysed by Taliban bomb is walking thanks to 'Robocop' legs

3 days ago
Lance Corporal Kevin Ogilvie, 24, from Suffolk, was told he would never walk again after his vehicle was hit by an improvised explosive device in 2012.
Daily Mail

Blunders by British generals allowed Taliban to carry out attack on Camp Bastion while Prince Harry was in Afghanistan

3 days ago
Complacency by senior officers meant security was inadequate, allowing heavily-armed insurgents to storm the supposedly impregnable UK base in 2012.
Daily Mail

Kevin Ogilvie paralysed by Taliban bomb is walking thanks to 'Robocop' legs

3 days ago
Lance Corporal Kevin Ogilvie, 24, from Suffolk, was told he would never walk again after his vehicle was hit by an improvised explosive device in 2012.
Times of India

Pak Taliban end ceasefire but say talks still on

3 days ago
The Pakistani Taliban have formally ended a 40-day ceasefire but are still open to talks with the government, a spokesman said today.
New York Times

Taliban Say They Killed 7 Afghan Policemen

3 days ago
The authorities in Wardak Province said they had reports that a dozen officers had been kidnapped by insurgents while traveling to Kabul in order to collect their salaries.
CNN

Pakistan Taliban say cease-fire with government is over

3 days ago
Daily Mail

Blunders by British generals allowed Taliban to carry out attack on Camp Bastion while Prince Harry was in Afghanistan

3 days ago
Complacency by senior officers meant security was inadequate, allowing heavily-armed insurgents to storm the supposedly impregnable UK base in 2012.
Daily Mail

Blunders by British generals allowed Taliban to carry out attack on Camp Bastion while Prince Harry was in Afghanistan

3 days ago
Complacency by senior officers meant security was inadequate, allowing heavily-armed insurgents to storm the supposedly impregnable UK base in 2012.
Daily Mail

Blunders by British generals allowed Taliban to carry out attack on Camp Bastion while Prince Harry was in Afghanistan

3 days ago
Complacency by senior officers meant security was inadequate, allowing heavily-armed insurgents to storm the supposedly impregnable UK base in 2012.
Daily Mail

Blunders by British generals allowed Taliban to carry out attack on Camp Bastion while Prince Harry was in Afghanistan

3 days ago
Complacency by senior officers meant security was inadequate, allowing heavily-armed insurgents to storm the supposedly impregnable UK base in 2012.
Daily Mail

Blunders by British generals allowed Taliban to carry out attack on Camp Bastion while Prince Harry was in Afghanistan

3 days ago
Complacency by senior officers meant security was inadequate, allowing heavily-armed insurgents to storm the supposedly impregnable UK base in 2012.
Daily Mail

Blunders by British generals allowed Taliban to carry out attack on Camp Bastion while Prince Harry was in Afghanistan

3 days ago
Complacency by senior officers meant security was inadequate, allowing heavily-armed insurgents to storm the supposedly impregnable UK base in 2012.
politico

Remainders: Strong

4 days ago
The Boston Globe celebrates a painful Pulitzer. Ellen and Maddow top Out Magazine's power list. Afghan journalists attempt a Taliban boycott. Lawrence O'Donnell is injured in a car crash. Jill Abramson reveals she has four tattoos. And reporter ranks among the worst jobs, again.
The Nation

Maulana Tahir Ashrafi resolved to give a message of peace and harmony

4 days ago
KARACHI- Announcing an Ulema and Mushaiqh convention today for bringing peace and harmony in Karachi, Maulana Tahir Ashrafi has resolved to relay the message of peace and harmony all around. The head of Pakistan Ulema Council (PUC), Tahir Ashrafi has also stressed on all political parties to dismantle their armed wings, and while reacting to Taliban threat to attack...
The Nation

Maulana Tahir Ashrafi resolved to give a message of peace and harmony

4 days ago
KARACHI- Announcing an Ulema and Mushaiqh convention today for bringing peace and harmony in Karachi, Maulana Tahir Ashrafi has resolved to relay the message of peace and harmony all around. The head of Pakistan Ulema Council (PUC), Tahir Ashrafi has also stressed on all political parties to dismantle their armed wings, and while reacting to Taliban threat to attack...
The Nation

Afghan Taliban deny Omar's link to pamphlet on TTP rift

4 days ago
PESHAWAR- Afghan Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid today denied that any pamphlets had been distributed by the group in the name of their leader Mullah Mohammad Omar, that had called for seeking guidance from the Holy Quran to resolve differences between two rival factions of the outlawed Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan. In an email, Mujahid said there was no truth in...
The Nation

Security checkposts to serve as polio points

5 days ago
PESHAWAR - Officials said Monday they would begin administering polio vaccines to children at security checkpoints in the country's lawless tribal belt to protect against Taliban attacks. The announcement was made at a ceremony to mark the launch of a three-day anti-polio campaign in the northwestern city of Peshawar, and is aimed at children from North Waziristan and...
The Nation

TTP decides to extend ceasefire |

5 days ago
PESHAWAR - Amid continued fight between two warring groups of the Taliban, the TTP Shura has reportedly decided to extend the ceasefire to take forward the peace talks with the government, though it stopped short of making any announcement on this count. Afghan Taliban supreme leader Mullah Mohammad Omar, to whom Pakistani Taliban swear a nominal allegiance, has purportedly...
The Nation

Taliban factions agree on ceasefire extension

5 days ago
PESHAWAR- The outlawed Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, an umbrella group of various militant factions, agreed to extend its ceasefire period that expired on April 10. A private TV channel reported that the decision was taken by the Taliban’s consultative body (Shura) at a meeting in North Waziristan today. Taliban factions have given consent to extend the ceasefire. A...
The Nation

TTP groups facing a dispute over South Waziristan leadership

5 days ago
ISLAMABAD- Differences between two groups of the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) have come to the forefront. According to a private TV channel reports, Spokesman of the TTP Hakimullah Mehsud group Haji Daud said today, that Khan Saeed Sajna wanted to seize control of South Waziristan. Daud added that he opposed Sajna’s steps. He further said, he had complete confidence...
The Nation

Government slanting the dialogue process: Khurshid Shah

5 days ago
ISLAMABAD- Opposition Leader in the National Assembly Syed Khurhsid Shah said the government is twisting the dialogue process with the Taliban. Speaking to journalists in Islamabad, he said the government is portraying wrong image of the opposition regarding peace talks. He stated that according to TTP spokesperson Shahidullah Shaid the names of sons of Syed Yousaf...
DailyTech

A-10 Warthog May Live to Fight Another Day with Support from Lawmakers

5 days ago
"The Taliban hates the A-10. That’s good enough for me." -- Senator Lindsey Graham
The Nation

Top militant among 5 dead in KP clash

6 days ago
PESHAWAR - At least five militants including a key commander of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) were killed in a clash with security forces in Frontier Region Peshawar on Sunday. Sources said security forces launched an operation in a semi-tribal area of Peshawar and killed Jangraiz Khan, a key commander along with four accomplices affiliated with banned outfit of...
The Nation

Top militant among 5 dead in KP clash

6 days ago
PESHAWAR - At least five militants including a key commander of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) were killed in a clash with security forces in Frontier Region Peshawar on Sunday. Sources said security forces launched an operation in a semi-tribal area of Peshawar and killed Jangraiz Khan, a key commander along with four accomplices affiliated with banned outfit of...
The Nation

Top militant among 5 dead in KP clash

6 days ago
PESHAWAR - At least five militants including a key commander of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) were killed in a clash with security forces in Frontier Region Peshawar on Sunday. Sources said security forces launched an operation in a semi-tribal area of Peshawar and killed Jangraiz Khan, a key commander along with four accomplices affiliated with banned outfit of...
The Nation

Government-Taliban ceasefire to continue: Maulana Yousuf Shah

5 days ago
PESHAWAR- The coordinator of Taliban negotiating team Maulana Yousuf Shah, has dismissed any impression of deadlock in government-Taliban peace talks and hoped for headway in the ongoing dialogue process. Talking to a private TV Channel today Shah said soon there would be key developments in negotiations between Taliban and government committees, saying that the release...
The Nation

Taliban free most men abducted from the Hashish festival, seven still held

5 days ago
  Gunmen on Sunday freed most of the Pakistani villagers they had kidnapped from a hashish festival in the remote mountainous northwest, a government official said. The gunmen, suspected to be Taliban, raided the festival on Saturday and seized around 100 men. Around 40 were released that day, and most of the rest on Sunday, the official said.The official asked for...
The Nation

No deadlock in Taliban talks: Nisar

6 days ago
ISLAMABAD - Admitting some uneasiness in civil military relations following some provocative statements, Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan Sunday denied any rift between the government and the military leadership. Addressing a press conference – focusing Taliban talks and Islamabad fruit market blast – he said the government and armed forces are on the same...
The Nation

Taliban infighting rages on

6 days ago
LAHORE - Mediators have failed to bring peace between two warring Taliban groups in South Waziristan as the fighting has spread to other areas of the agency. Khan Said Sajna Mehsud and Shehryar Mehsud groups of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) are engaged in fierce fighting for more than a week now. Some local tribesmen told The Nation on Sunday that some central leaders...
The Nation

Top militant among 5 dead in KP clash

6 days ago
PESHAWAR - At least five militants including a key commander of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) were killed in a clash with security forces in Frontier Region Peshawar on Sunday. Sources said security forces launched an operation in a semi-tribal area of Peshawar and killed Jangraiz Khan, a key commander along with four accomplices affiliated with banned outfit of...
The Nation

The men behind TTP infighting

6 days ago
Tahir Ali ISLAMABAD - A weeklong infighting that claimed dozens of lives from two warring factions of Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) finally came to an end over the weekend after the intervention of TTP central leadership. The infighting remained indecisive as neither Commander Khan Saeed, famously known as Commander Sajna, nor Commander Shehryar’s men triumphed in...
The Nation

Five suspected militants killed in Darra Adam Khel

6 days ago
PESHAWAR- At least five suspected militants, including a key commander, were killed in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa's Darra Adam Khel area today. According to reports, five militant were killed in Darra Adam Khels border area with Frontier Region of Peshawar. The Taliban commander killed was identified as Jangraiz, according to the reports. The other militants killed in the fire...
The Nation

Government likely to release more Taliban prisoners to make dialogue process successful

6 days ago
Islamabad- The government has reportedly signaled release of more non-combatants as part of confidence-building measures to prepare for the second round of direct peace talks with the banned Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan, local media quoting officials said today. Some reports said that the government would release some low-profile militants. Taliban had demanded release...
Times of India

Pakistan to release 12 Taliban militants

6 days ago
Pakistan will release 12 "low profile suspected militants" from detention as part of confidence-building measures to prepare for the second round of direct peace talks with the banned Taliban.
The Nation

Rustam Shah hopes the peace talks will resume soon

6 days ago
Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Peshawar- Government negotiation committee member Rustam Shah Mohmand said today that the process of peace talks with Taliban would restart soon. While talking...
The Nation

100 Pakistani villagers kidnapped in FATA

6 days ago
  Gunmen stormed a village gathering in northwestern Pakistan on Saturday and kidnapped around 100 men, Pakistani government officials said. Officials said they suspected that the gunmen are Taliban who attacked because the villagers supported the government. Three local government officials told Reuters that the gunmen had initially taken around 100 villagers from...
The Nation

Special law to keep Mush in Pakistan

1 week ago
LAHORE - Barring some unforeseen development, the gulf between the government and the army, created as a result of the indictment of former president-COAS Gen Pervez Musharraf on high treason charge and the peace talks with the Taliban, has become unbridgeable. However, nobody is in a position to predict its likely fallout, knowledgeable sources say. While the government...
The Nation

Gunmen kidnap 100 villagers in Orakzai

1 week ago
PESHAWAR - Gunmen stormed a village gathering in northwestern Pakistan on Saturday and kidnapped around 100 men, government officials said. Officials said they suspected that the gunmen are Taliban who attacked because the villagers supported the government. Three local government officials told Reuters that the gunmen had initially taken around 100 villagers from a gathering...
The Nation

Grand jirga ends Taliban infighting

1 week ago
PESHAWAR - Taliban Shura member Azam Tariq on Saturday claimed they had reconciled the dispute between the Taliban factions and the internal clashes would not affect the government-TTP dialogue process. Talking to The Nation from an undisclosed location, the Taliban commander said the media had exaggerated the Taliban infighting and the casualties reported in this armed...
Al Jazhera

Dozens 'abducted' by Pakistan Taliban

1 week ago
At least 40 tribesmen suspected to be involved in drug trade reportedly kidnapped in Tirah valley.
The Nation

National consensus need of the hour to tackle terrorism: Rehman Malik

1 week ago
KARACHI- Ex-interior minister Rehman Malik has stressed the political parties for developing national consensus to tackle the menace of terrorism and unite against the defunct Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), a major originator of terrorism in the country. Talking to journalists at Jinnah International Airport Karachi today, Rehman Malik termed the terror acts of Taliban...
The Nation

National consensus need of the hour to tackle terrorism: Rehman Malik

1 week ago
KARACHI- Ex-interior minister Rehman Malik has stressed the political parties for developing national consensus to tackle the menace of terrorism and unite against the defunct Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), a major originator of terrorism in the country. Talking to journalists at Jinnah International Airport Karachi today, Rehman Malik termed the terror acts of Taliban...
The Nation

National consensus need of the hour to tackle terrorism: Rehman Malik

1 week ago
KARACHI- Ex-interior minister Rehman Malik has stressed the political parties for developing national consensus to tackle the menace of terrorism and unite against the defunct Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), a major originator of terrorism in the country. Talking to journalists at Jinnah International Airport Karachi today, Rehman Malik termed the terror acts of Taliban...
The Nation

National consensus need of the hour to tackle terrorism: Rehman Malik

1 week ago
KARACHI- Ex-interior minister Rehman Malik has stressed the political parties for developing national consensus to tackle the menace of terrorism and unite against the defunct Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), a major originator of terrorism in the country. Talking to journalists at Jinnah International Airport Karachi today, Rehman Malik termed the terror acts of Taliban...
The Nation

Intelligence alerted police prior to fruit market blast in Islamabad

1 week ago
ISLAMABAD- Interior Ministry and intelligence agencies issued security alert for twin cities and Lahore before fruit market blast in Islamabad. According to reports, the Intel agencies warned that groups opposing Taliban dialogue may attempt to disturb law and order to exert pressure on government. However, the police failed to ensure security despite several alerts,...
The Nation

Developments taking place in peace talks: Shah

1 week ago
PESHAWAR- Coordinator of the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) committee Maulana Yousuf Shah said today that developments were taking place in peace talks. While talking to journalists, Shah further said that the situation will clear up in a few days. “Efforts will be made to convince Taliban to extend cease fire period”, he told media. Earlier today, Professor Ibrahim,...
The Nation

Taliban plot with seminaries to assault Islamabad: Report

1 week ago
ISLAMABAD - The Pakistani Taliban will coordinate with Islamist activists at major seminaries in or near the capital, Islamabad, to launch attacks if peace talks with the government fail, police said in a report obtained by Reuters. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif took power last year promising to end insurgency through negotiations. Talks got going in February but have achieved...
The Nation

19 militants perish in fresh infighting

1 week ago
PESHAWAR - At least 19 militants were killed in three separate incidents of bombing and gunfight in tribal areas Friday, local security officials said, the latest clashes in almost a week of infighting between rival Taliban factions A total of 62 people have been killed in the violence which erupted on Sunday between supporters of commander Khan Said Sajna and followers...
New York Times

World Briefing: Pakistan: Taliban Factions Clash

1 week ago
Clashes this week between competing factions of the Pakistani Taliban in northwest Pakistan left more than 20 fighters dead, intelligence officials and militant commanders said Friday.
The Nation

Rivalry between Pakistani Taliban factions erupts in violence

1 week ago
PESHAWAR- A struggle for power between Pakistani Taliban commanders divided over whether to talk to the government has erupted in violence with dozens of fighters killed along the Afghan border over recent weeks, security officials said. It is unclear if the fighting will weaken an insurgency aimed at bringing down the nuclear-armed state but the security agencies will...
The Nation

Rivalry between Pakistani Taliban factions erupts in violence

1 week ago
PESHAWAR- A struggle for power between Pakistani Taliban commanders divided over whether to talk to the government has erupted in violence with dozens of fighters killed along the Afghan border over recent weeks, security officials said. It is unclear if the fighting will weaken an insurgency aimed at bringing down the nuclear-armed state but the security agencies will...
The Nation

Rivalry between Pakistani Taliban factions erupts in violence

1 week ago
PESHAWAR- A struggle for power between Pakistani Taliban commanders divided over whether to talk to the government has erupted in violence with dozens of fighters killed along the Afghan border over recent weeks, security officials said. It is unclear if the fighting will weaken an insurgency aimed at bringing down the nuclear-armed state but the security agencies will...
The Nation

Prof.Ibrahim hopes Taliban will extend ceasefire, despite "complications"

1 week ago
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The Nation

Government, Taliban talks hit deadlock: Prof. Ibrahim

1 week ago
PESHAWAR- Member Taliban dialogue committee, Professor Ibrahim said today that there was a deadlock like situation in talks between the government and Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP). In an interview to a TV channel, Prof  Ibrahim said the army was not happy over the release of prisoners. He added the army did not want the release of Taliban prisoners. Professor Ibrahim...
The Nation

Government, Taliban talks hit deadlock: Prof. Ibrahim

1 week ago
PESHAWAR- Member Taliban dialogue committee, Professor Ibrahim said today that there was a deadlock like situation in talks between the government and Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP). In an interview to a TV channel, Prof  Ibrahim said the army was not happy over the release of prisoners. He added the army did not want the release of Taliban prisoners. Professor Ibrahim...
The Nation

Prof.Ibrahim hopes Taliban will extend ceasefire, despite "complications"

1 week ago
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The Nation

Prof.Ibrahim hopes Taliban will extend ceasefire, despite "complications"

1 week ago
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The Nation

TTP truce extension on the way

1 week ago
LAHORE - The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) peace talks’ leadership will extend the ceasefire and is likely to make a formal announcement soon as the militant outfit is stuck with the infighting between the pro-peace and anti-peace elements, The Nation has learnt. The TTP had announced its first ceasefire on March 1 for one month and extended it on April 4 till April...
The Nation

TTP truce extension on the way

1 week ago
LAHORE - The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) peace talks’ leadership will extend the ceasefire and is likely to make a formal announcement soon as the militant outfit is stuck with the infighting between the pro-peace and anti-peace elements, The Nation has learnt. The TTP had announced its first ceasefire on March 1 for one month and extended it on April 4 till April...
The Nation

TTP truce extension on the way

1 week ago
LAHORE - The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) peace talks’ leadership will extend the ceasefire and is likely to make a formal announcement soon as the militant outfit is stuck with the infighting between the pro-peace and anti-peace elements, The Nation has learnt. The TTP had announced its first ceasefire on March 1 for one month and extended it on April 4 till April...
Times of India

Deadly violence erupts between Pak Taliban groups

1 week ago
It is unclear if the fighting will weaken an insurgency aimed at bringing down the nuclear-armed Pakistani state but the security agencies will be hoping to turn the bloodshed to their advantage.
Al Jazhera

Pakistan Taliban infighting claims lives

1 week ago
At least 12 killed in clashes between rival groups in South Waziristan as chiefs mull new ceasefire with government.
AP

Pakistan: Taliban factions clash, killing dozens

1 week ago
ISLAMABAD (AP) -- Clashes this week between two competing factions of the Pakistani Taliban in the country's remote northwest killed dozens of fighters, intelligence officials and militant commanders said Friday....
Reuters

Pakistani Taliban plot with seminaries to assault capital: police

1 week ago
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - The Pakistani Taliban will coordinate with Islamist activists at major seminaries in or near the capital, Islamabad, to launch attacks if peace talks with the government fail, police said in a report obtained by Reuters.
Times of India

13 Pak militants die in fresh infighting

1 week ago
At least 13 militants were killed in a bombing and a gunfight in Pakistan's restive tribal areas on Friday, the latest clashes in almost a week of infighting between rival Taliban factions.
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BLA, LeJ have nexus with Taliban: Rehman Malik

1 week ago
ISLAMABAD- Former Interior Minister, Senator Rehman Malik claimed today that the Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA) and Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ) have nexus with Taliban. Talking to journalists in the Parliament House on Thursday, Malik said that the two militant organizations jointly carried out terror activities and claim responsibility for each other's bomb blasts....

Countries where taliban is popular

# Countries MIX
1 United States 44.175
2 India 14.420
3 Germany 7.500
4 United Kingdom 6.175
5 Turkey 3.880
6 Pakistan 2.735
7 Switzerland 2.040
8 Australia 1.945
9 France 1.920
10 Indonesia 1.880
11 Canada 1.420
12 Austria 1.225
13 Netherlands 0.855
14 Norway 0.820
15 Brazil 0.600
16 China 0.440
17 Belgium 0.400
18 Spain 0.300
19 South Africa 0.300
20 Romania 0.260
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# Media MIX
1 CNN Editions (International) 12.000
2 CNN 10.000
3 Bild 3.200
4 foxnews 3.000
5 IBN live 2.500
6 New York Times 2.200
7 Times Now 2.000
8 WALL STREET JOURNAL USA 2.000
9 newsoftheworld 1.750
10 Tara Newz 1.600
11 Aaj TV 1.500
12 Times of India 1.350
13 milliyet.com.tr 1.200
14 ntv msnbc 1.200
15 Deccan chronicle 1.200
16 San Francisco Chronicle 1.200
17 TIME 1.000
18 NZZ 1.000
19 20 Minutes 1.000
20 CNN turk 1.000
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# Languages MIX
1 English 72.030
2 German 10.765
3 Turkish 3.880
4 French 1.920
5 Indonesian 1.880
6 Dutch 1.255
7 Norwegian 0.820
8 Portuguese 0.600
9 Gujarati 0.600
10 Spanish 0.300
11 Romanian 0.260
12 Chinese 0.220
13 Czech 0.140
14 Danish 0.055
15 Finnish 0.000
16 Italian 0.000
17 Korean 0.000
18 Arabic 0.000
19 Swedish 0.000
20 Polish 0.000
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