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Joseph Dunford, said he has reservations about the overall effectiveness of the army operations in North Waziristan. Dunford said Pakistani forces have had some success against the Pakistani Taliban and the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) in
RAWALPINDI / ISLAMABAD / BANNU / PESHAWAR / KARACHI / Miramshah: After a long period of speculation, which also included attempts at peace negotiations, Pakistan on June 15 launched a military operation against militants in the
RAWALPINDI: Twenty-eight more terrorists were taken out as fighter planes of Pakistan Air Force (PAF) pounded their suspected hideouts in Shawal area of North Waziristan Agency early Sunday morning. According to
At least eight terrorists were killed and several wounded as Pakistan Air Force (PAF) jet fighters targeted eight more hideouts in their fresh action under operation Zarb-e-Azb continuing successfully in the volatile North Waziristan Agency (NWA) on
Pakistan Army has successfully cleared the regions of Boya and Degan killing four terrorists and destroying twelve landmines throughout the North Waziristan operation. An intensive search operation will be simultaneously conducted in Mirali.
A US drone strike on Wednesday killed at least 13 people in a suspected militant compound in Pakistan's northwestern tribal belt. The attack came in North Waziristan, where for the past month the Pakistani military has been fighting to wipe out
Pakistan The Associated Press Published Wednesday, Jul. 16 2014, 2:40 AM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Jul. 16 2014, 2:59 AM EDT Pakistani security forces raided a militant hideout in a troubled northwestern tribal region and captured a key Taliban
The Italian historian, Niccolo Machiavelli spoke wise words when he said, The Romans never allowed a trouble spot to remain simply to avoid going to war over it, because they knew that wars don't just go away, they are only postponed to someone else'
Charities that the United Nations says are linked to militant groups are helping hungry Pakistanis fleeing a recent military offensive as the official number of those seeking aid reached nearly 900,000 yesterday. Bureaucratic mix-ups mean some
Pakistani troops on Sunday moved to regain control of a second key town held by Islamist militants, the military said, almost a month after a large-scale offensive was launched to flush them from their north-western stronghold. Fighter jets bombed