Pakistan army willing to pardon TTP should itself beg for forgiveness: Tehrik-i-Taliban

Pakistan army willing to pardon TTP should itself beg for forgiveness: Tehrik-i-Taliban

Islamabad: ‘Forgiveness is sought for mistakes. We will never apologise for what we are struggling to achieve. Instead, the Pakistan army should beg for their lives to us’, threatened Tehrik-i-Taliban (TTP). Two days ago, Pakistan foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi appealed to TTP militants to surrender and declared to pardon them. But, Tehrik dismissed Qureshi’s offer and threatened the Pak […]

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Tehrik attacks increase in Pakistan after Taliban’s takeover in Afghanistan

Tehrik attacks increase in Pakistan after Taliban’s takeover in Afghanistan

Islamabad – Seven Pakistani soldiers were killed in an attack by Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) militants in Pakistan’s Waziristan province. This is the fifth major terrorist attack by Tehrik in Pakistan since the Taliban took control of Kabul. Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has stepped up its attacks in Pakistan after the Taliban took control of Afghanistan. Despite […]

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Ex-Soviet CSTO countries refuse deployment of US, NATO forces

Ex-Soviet CSTO countries refuse deployment of US, NATO forces

Dushanbe: – Members of the CSTO have refused to deploy US and NATO troops or other military personnel withdrawing from Afghanistan. At the same time, the CSTO also said that Afghan citizens rescued by the US and NATO forces would not be granted asylum. The Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) is a group formed by […]

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Taliban kill 20 civilians in Panjshir, concerns over ongoing massacre in Afghanistan

Taliban kill 20 civilians in Panjshir, concerns over ongoing massacre in Afghanistan

London/Geneva/Kabul – The Taliban has killed at least 20 civilians in the Panjshir Valley. Footage that surfaced shows a shopkeeper in Panjshir being inordinately tortured and then shot dead openly on the streets. Also, the United Nations Human Rights Council has laid serious accusations against the Taliban, saying the terror group is assassinating government officials […]

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Thousands take to streets to protest against Taliban in Kandahar, Afghanistan

Thousands take to streets to protest against Taliban in Kandahar, Afghanistan

Kabul – Protests against the militant group have been going on in Kandahar, known as the birthplace and the capital of the Taliban. About 3,000 families protested against the Taliban. Locals alleged that Taliban militants were evicting locals and taking possession of their homes. A large number of women also participated in these demonstrations. Taliban […]

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Pakistan will face uncertainty due to the Afghanistan crisis, warns Canada based thinktank

Pakistan will face uncertainty due to the Afghanistan crisis, warns Canada based thinktank

Toronto – When the Taliban took control of the capital Kabul on August 15, former Pakistani military officials, extremist leaders and the media hailed it. This was claimed by Pakistani analysts as a victory over India. But as the Taliban and other terrorist groups tighten their grip on Afghanistan, Pakistan’s challenges are also increasing. As […]

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Indian Security Forces train to counter threats like Taliban

Indian Security Forces train to counter threats like Taliban

New Delhi: The government has ordered Indian Security Forces deployed along the border after the Taliban regime in Afghanistan and security forces involved in counter-terrorism operations to be trained to deal with a Taliban-like threat. Twenty years ago, during the Taliban rule in Afghanistan, there was an increase in terrorist activities even in India. Terrorist […]

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