Taliban claim kidnapping 23 Pakistani soldiers killed
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Taliban claim kidnapping 23 Pakistani soldiers killed

Islamabad : Pakistan | Feb 16, 2014 at 9:43 PM PST
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Pakistan launched a major offensive against the Taliban last year

Islamabad. Taliban militants claimed that the abducted in 2010 from the country's tribal region Pshcimottar 23 Pakistani soldiers have been killed. Report a Pakistani newspaper has said.
Omar, the Taliban chief in Mohmand tribal region of this claim is by Khalid Khurrasani. He wrote to social media, it is claimed. He is detained in different regions of the country format instead Frontier Constabulary troops killed Taliban militants were killed.
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Khurrasani said that we had already warned against the killing of combatants. Foreign media / Pakistani media

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Pakistani soldier stands beside a damaged Taliban militant training centre
rsa76 is based in Karāchi, Sind, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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