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Pakistan issues stern warning to Afghan Taliban
Monday, 05.25.2015, 09:49pm

 In what appears to be a major policy shift, Pakistan is said to have delivered a ‘stern warning’ to the Afghan Taliban to immediately call off their ongoing spring offensive in Afghanistan or else face consequences.

 

Dozens Killed As Taliban Lay Siege To Afghan Police Compound
Monday, 05.25.2015, 09:57pm
Taliban fighters have killed 19 policemen and seven soldiers in a siege at a police compound in southern Afghanistan, the Associated Press reports
Taliban Truck Bomber Wounds Over 70 in South Afghanistan
Monday, 05.25.2015, 08:53pm
More than 70 people were wounded Monday when a Taliban truck bomber detonated a tonne of explosives outside a government complex in southern Afghanistan, the latest in a series of attacks that have sent civilian casualties surging.
India, Iran sign pact on developing Chabahar port
Wednesday, 05.06.2015, 06:32pm
Notwithstanding US objections, India today went ahead with the signing of an agreement with Iran for the development of the strategically important Chabahar port which will give India sea-land access route to Afghanistan bypassing Pakistan.
Cory Gardner: Avoid Iraq mistake in Afghanistan
Tuesday, 04.07.2015, 12:44am
Fresh from an eight-day, six-country tour that included hotspots throughout the Middle East, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner said Monday that it was imperative that American leaders avoid repeating in Afghanistan many of the mistakes that were made when the U.S. military left Iraq.
Afghan artists, writers join activists in an outcry over a women killed by mob
Monday, 04.06.2015, 08:41pm
Poets, musicians, actors and activists packed an empty shop in a Kabul mall to commemorate the short life and violent death of a woman who has become a symbol for justice and women's rights in a country that historically elevates warlords and battlefield heroes to national icons.
Mullah Mansoor Decides on Peace Talks
Saturday, 04.04.2015, 05:28pm
NBC News, a U.S. media outlet, reports in its report published today that Taliban supreme leader Mullah Mohammad Omar is also involved in peace talks with Afghan government.

NBC News quotes unnamed senior Taliban commanders as saying that Mullah Mohammad Omar has given authority to his old friend and Deputy Akhtar Mohammad Mansoor to make decision on his behalf.

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