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He died in her arms on Jun. 28, of a chest infection that he contracted when the family fled their home in Pakistan's North Waziristan Agency, where a full-scale military offensive against the Taliban has forced nearly half a million people to flee...
The corporate media in Pakistan is no more than a public relations venture, not only to please the security establishment by not reporting the truth but rather to play a front role in order to further its propaganda campaigns. As I mentioned earlier,
Notwithstanding the intense infighting between its two key factions, the Pakistani Taliban Saturday said peace talks with the government are on the track. Taliban liaison committee member Maulana Yusuf Shah said fighting between two minor groups of
The United States on Monday admitted to "tensions" and occasional "misunderstandings" in its relations with Pakistan, but implicitly defended the killing of a key extremist leader in a drone strike. "There inevitably will be some tensions and
IPS Articles A major weakness of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) lies in the fact that it is a coalition of as many as 50 groups, some of whose commanders are less committed to the terrorist campaign against the Pakistani government than others.
While it was already confirmed that Indian RAW was fuelling and funding terrorist activities in Pakistan through NDS, its Afghan counterpart, it is now official. The TTP Shura has elected Mullah Fazalullah aka Mullah Radio as their new chief on
The killing of Pakistani Taliban chief Hakimullah Mehsud in a US drone strike this week has not exactly handed officials the rare success they may have hoped for. In fact, it appears mostly to have muddied the waters of Pakistan's already somewhat
A drone strike by the CIA killed Pakistani Taliban chief Hakimullah Mehsud in the country’s tribal regions on Friday. The action will significantly weaken the militant group once charged by Washington for allegedly attacking a US military
COM 25 mins ago Dawn.com will follow developments for women voting in South Waziristan. On Friday, the Taliban shura (council) allowed women voters from the tribal region's Ahmadzai Wazirs-dominated area to exercise their right. The shura's condition,
Ali Wazir, 37, is a candidate for NA-41 South Waziristan, but is forced to campaign in Rawalpindi 822km away from his volatile hometown Wana, from where his people had to flee due to the Taliban's influence. For Ali Wazir, campaigning in Rawalpindi