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Head of Kabul Ulema Council Assassinated

Abdul Basir Haqqani, Head of Kabul Ulema Council assassinated in the city by unknown gunmen on Saturday, officials confirmed. Gul Ahmad Sediqi, Deputy Head of Kabul Ulema Council confirmed the incident to Ariana News and said that Mr. Haqqani was shot dead today afternoon in Kabul’s PD7. According to the …

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NDS Detains 11 Members of Haqqani Network in Kabul

The Afghan intelligence agency has detained eleven members of the Haqqani Network in Kabul City. In a statement released on Wednesday, the National Directorate of Security (NDS) said that a group of eleven militants related to the Haqqani Network were arrested during special operations conducted in PD5, PD12, Paghman district …

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Protest Erupts In Kabul Against Pakistan, Taliban

Following the series of terrorist attacks across Afghanistan, dozens of Kabul residents on Thursday protested against Pakistan and the Taliban. The protestors who staged a peaceful rally in Kabul, blamed Pakistan of being involved in recent deadly attacks in Afghan capital which left hundreds of people dead and wounded. “Pakistan …

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U.S. Asks Pakistan: ‘Come to Table and Assist’ in Fight against Terrorism

The United States on Wednesday expressed hope that Pakistan would “come to the table” and demonstrate willingness to “aggressively” confront terrorist groups operating from its territory, amid reports that Islamabad has suspended its military and intelligence cooperation with America. Based on media reports, Pakistan’s decision to suspend military and intelligence …

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Kabul Rejects Islamabad Claim of Haqqani Network Operating from Afghanistan

Afghan Defense Ministry has strongly rejected Pakistan’s Foreign Office claim that Haqqani Network operates from Afghanistan. Pakistan’s Foreign Office Spokesman Nafees Zakaria on Thursday claimed that the Haqqani Network operates from Afghanistan, not Pakistan. He also claimed that the Taliban and other terrorist outfits have been eliminated from Pakistan and …

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