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Navy secretary has decided to discharge a Marine Corps captain who was accused of failing to properly supervise a group of Marines who urinated on the bodies of Taliban insurgents, officials said. The ruling brings to a formal close the cases related
"No less than six paramilitaries were slaughtered and eight harmed," he told AFP a wellspring of security. The demise toll could climb as a few of the wounded are in discriminating condition, said an alternate authority.
On a day when six Frontier Corps soldiers were killed in a bomb blast near Hangu, the government-appointed committee and the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) nominees met at Akora Khattak near Peshawar to take the peace dialogue forward. On Tuesday
Its founder has now been invited to join a traditional, male-only grand jirga. Swat, Pakistan Sitting in a circle, covered in head-to-toe chadors, women from all age groups gather in a small room here. Some are teenagers, others are in their late
The first peaceful, democratic transfer of power following decades of violence appears poised to occur after April's presidential elections...All Afghan socioeconomic indicators show vast improvement since 2001.
It did not reveal the name of the dead commander but noted that his death was a major setback to the Taliban insurgents in the Wardak province.
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Gunmen stormed Pakistan's main court complex in Islamabad on Monday, cutting down fleeing lawyers before blowing themselves up in a rampage that killed 11 people. It was the worst terror attack in years in the capital, which has largely been spared
Afghanistan in Pakistan's troubled northwest on Tuesday, killing two people, officials said. Afghanistan. "The four containers were on their way to Afghanistan when four gunmen riding two motorbikes opened fire at them in Jamrud, killing two helpers
The government of Afghanistan while strongly condemning the recent terror attack in China would not allow any terrorists to receive training in Afghan soil, Interior Ministry spokesman Sediq Sediqi said Monday. "The attack on civilians by knife