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Another missile strike by US drone kills at least 8 in Pakistan

Drone strike kills 8 in Pakistan

There are reports of missile strike by a United States drone on a compound in Doga Madakhel village of Dattakhel Tehsil, around 36 km west of North Waziristan’s capital Miramshah early Saturday morning July 19, 2014. At least 8 suspected militants belonging to Punjabi Taliban faction of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Taliban were killed in the missile strike. […]

U.S. soldier released by Taliban returns to active duty

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One step closer to normal: just six weeks of his release after spending nearly five years in the hands of the Taliban, American Sgt Bowe Bergdahl, 28, returns to active duty, who will be by the time at a military base in Texas, confirmed Monday the Pentagon. “The Sergeant Bergdahl has completed the final phase […]

Professor Ibrahim Wants Taliban Talks to Move On

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The member of the Taliban Committee, Professor Ibrahim, recently came out in the open and claimed how he wants the talks between the two parties to progress now.     While addressing the media, Professor Ibrahim said, “We hope the deadlock will end and the process will move forward, efforts are on to convert the […]

Taliban Shura, Govt. Committee Meeting Place to be Decided in 2-3 Days

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It was recently reported from Peshawar that currently both the parties, the government and the Taliban committee, are decided where to meet for the peace talks to progress between them. Pakistani government and the Taliban committee have both been trying to meet up for peace talks and negotiations but that has not been the case […]

Government and Taliban Committees to Meet Today

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It was recently reported from Islamabad that the Interior Minister of Pakistan, Chaudhry Nisar, came out and told the press that the government and Taliban committees are going to meet up today in order to further discuss the peace talks.   Pakistan and Taliban were supposed to be involved in peace talks right at the […]

Rehman Malik Criticizes Taliban

It was recently reported from Karachi that the former interior minister of Pakistan, Rehman Malik, spoke against the outlawed organization, Tehreek E Taliban. He also spoke about how this organization can eventually evolve into a political party. Rehman Malik landed on the Karachi Jinnah International Airport and took out time to speak to the media. […]

3 Afghan Nationals and Suspects Arrested in Islamabad

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It was recently reported from Islamabad that three Afghan nationals and at least 12 suspects have been arrested from the capital city of Pakistan. Currently the security situation in the country has worsened since the peace talks between Pakistan and Tehreek E Taliban have not commenced. The situation between both the parties has been quite […]

Taliban Committee to Visit North Waziristan


The Taliban Committee for the peace talks is expected to visit North Waziristan today as they are going to hold talks with the Tehreek e Taliban leaders. The situation is improving in terms of holding the talks. It all started with an idea from the Pakistan Tehreek E Insaaf leader, Imran Khan. Then the current […]

Intel Agencies Nab Militant Commanders in Peshawar

It was recently reported from Peshawar that Intel agencies were able to capture two militant commanders.  They were both located in Soria Bridge, which is close to the GT Road.   Both these commanders belong to a defunct terror outfit of the Khyber Agency. Right after the arrest both these commanders have been taken to […]

Khursheed Shah Does Not Want Army Involved in Peace Talks

It was recently reported from Islamabad that the opposition leader in the national assembly, Khursheed Shah, is of the opinion that army should not be involved while the government is trying to negotiate with the Taliban in the peace talks.   He claims that involving the army in these peace talks would only be dangerous […]

Imran Khan holds PM Nawaz Sharif responsible for Attacks on Security Forces

Chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Party (PTI), Imran Khan, made a statement on Sunday, holding Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif responsible for the recent attacks on the country’s security forces. “Maulana Fazl-ur-Rahman or Sami-ul-Haq alone cannot get the Taliban peace talks off the ground. The prime minister should take the lead in this regard”, he said […]

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif invites anyone who can make progress in talks with Taliban

Nawaz Sharif, the Prime Minister of Pakistan, stated yesterday that it was not the sole prerogative of the government to hold peace talks with Taliban and that anyone, including Imran Khan, Maulana Samiul Haq, Maulana Fazl and Munawar Hassan are welcome to be part of the process if they can make progress.  Speaking to the […]


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