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A new government committee, comprising Habibullah Khushk, Fawwad Hassan Fawwad, Arbab Arif and Rustam Shah Mohman, met Khan Wednesday to finalise the decision to hold direct talks, the News International reported. The government committee is planning
A militant commander and five family members including a child were killed when a bomb he was tinkering with exploded at his home in northwest Pakistan, officials said on Wednesday. Aalim Deen Mehsud, a local commander of the outlawed Tehreek-e-
At least six people including women and a child were killed in an explosion in North Waziristan, Geo News reported on Wednesday. According to reports, the explosion took place in Shawwal Tehsil of North Waziristan inside a house which killed six
The Pakistani Taliban have asked the government to release from jail 300 people they say are non-combatants, as part of an ongoing peace process aimed at ending the militants' seven-year insurgency. A list handed over by the Tehreek-e-Taliban
When a British man took a holiday to visit relatives in Pakistan in January 2012, he had every reason to look forward to returning home. He was working full-time at the mobile-phone shop beneath his flat in south-east London, had a busy social life
Ibrahim said the venue and date for the peace talk are yet to be decided and consultations could take place in Mahsud tribal area in South Waziristan, the News International reported.
Allied and Afghan forces are putting a greater focus on going after the Haqqani militant network, which has threatened to disrupt the Afghan presidential elections in April, the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan said Thursday...Joseph Dunford told
The Pakistan Army has been involved, either directly or indirectly, in every accord signed with the militants, including Taliban, in the last 10 years and two of these agreements are still intact and working. The prime minister's decision of
The Pakistan government and Taliban's negotiating committees are both claiming that the results of their much-hyped peace talks will surface in coming weeks but the optimism is not wholly shared by some of the country's political and security
A member of the Pakistan government's negotiating team will soon travel to Waziristan along with the Taliban nominated committee to meet the banned group's 'shura' as part of the second phase of the peace dialogue.