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US forces across the Pakistani border, US officials said on Tuesday. Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar was captured in Karachi in late January in a joint operation by the CIA and Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) spy agency, reports Reuters.
Videos of two former ISI officers, who went missing last month, were released by unknown militants in the tribal areas of Pakistan on Monday. Col (retd) Amir Sultan, widely known as Col. Imam and Squadron Leader (retd) Khalid Khawaja went missing in
Afghan forces are stepping up operations to push Taliban fighters out of the city, which was the Islamist movement's headquarters during the years it ruled most of Afghanistan. Afghan troops, Mubeen said his movements have not been restricted. He was
In an interview with The Sunday Times , two of the movement’s senior Islamic scholars have relayed a message from the Quetta shura, the Taliban’s ruling council, that Mullah Omar no longer aims to rule Afghanistan. They said he was prepared to engage
It’s sleek, it’s glossy, it’s in eloquent Arabic, Pashto and Dari, and it pours derision on American and Nato forces in Afghanistan; it is the brand new propaganda wing of the Taliban: not just internet video of attacks on the western armies in
Taliban supreme leader Mulla Mohammad Omar has appointed Abdul Rauf Khadim and Akhtar Mohammad Mansoor as his two deputies to replace Mulla Abdul Ghani Baradar, who was arrested by Pakistani and US intelligence agents near Karachi in February.
Taliban leader Mullah Mohammad Omar has appointed two of his top Taliban commanders from the south to replace his former deputy and long-time comrade-in-arms Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar who was arrested by Pakistani forces in Karachi last month. Abu
Jason Leopold, t r u t h o u t Report A law that provides blanket immunity and pardons former members of Afghanistan’s armed factions for war crimes and human rights abuses committed prior to December 2001 was quietly enacted three years ago by
Sources in the Pakistani security agencies believe they are the key to the Taliban leaders and since they are Pakistani hands, the process has to be conducted through Pakistan and secure the country's strategic interests after international forces
Pakistan has only publicly confirmed it is holding Taliban deputy leader and military commander Mullah Baradar in the most high-profile capture of an Afghan Taliban official since the group was ousted in an American-led invasion in 2001. Afghan