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Tank braces for Taliban infighting

By Zia Ur Rehman

April 4, 2014


Infighting between two groups of the Mehsud chapter of Pakistani Taliban in Karachi has now spilled over to Tank, neighboring South Waziristan. 616 more words

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By Zia Ur Rehman

March 14, 2014


Days after the announcement of a month-long ceasefire by the government and the Pakistani Taliban, terrorist attacks in Islamabad and Hangu indicate that splinter groups of the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) may not abide by the truce. 1,138 more words

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Karachi: Enter TTP

By Zia Ur Rehman

March 9, 2014


They came in trickles and floods; as individuals, whole families, and entire caravans. Fleeing the insurgencies and operations in their homes, displaced persons from various parts of FATA and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa sought refuge in Karachi as well as other cities. 3,466 more words

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Who killed Asmatullah Bhittani?

By Zia Ur Rehman

February 28, 2014


The killing of Asmatullah Bhittani, a key leader of the Pakistani Taliban, is an outcome of an internal strife among various factions of the group, security officials and experts say. 623 more words

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Speaking for themselves

By Zia Ur Rehman

February 21, 2014


Half of the 6,000 languages spoken in the world today may disappear by the end of this century if they are not preserved, according to UNESCO. 695 more words

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Tough terms

By Zia Ur Rehman

February 14, 2014


Reports of a series of tough conditions laid down by the Taliban are fueling doubts about the success of ongoing peace talks, security experts and political leaders say. 609 more words

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