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Afghan Taliban Says Son Of Leader Dies Carrying Out Suicide Attack

The son of Taliban leader Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada died on July 20 carrying out a suicide attack in the embattled Helmand province in southern Afghanistan, a Taliban spokesman said on July 22.

A government official said authorities were investigating the …

Army Fire Kills Kashmir Man During Anti-India Strike

SRINAGAR, INDIA � The Indian army fired at worshippers outside a mosque in disputed Kashmir on Friday, killing one man and injuring another, after some threw rocks, police and residents said.

Police said soldiers on patrol were pelted with rocks …

Pakistan, India Trade Claims Over Cease-fire Violations

Pakistan says India’s border forces opened fire Wednesday in the divided Kashmir region in violation of a mutual cease-fire truce, killing a soldier and two civilians.

The unprovoked Indian military action has critically injured two soldiers and wounded five civilians, …

Pakistan, India Trade Claims Over Cease-fire Violations

Pakistan says India’s border forces opened fire Wednesday in the divided Kashmir region in violation of a mutual cease-fire truce, killing a soldier and two civilians.

The unprovoked Indian military action has critically injured two soldiers and wounded five civilians, …

PM condemns Hayatabad terrorist incident

Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif on Monday strongly condemned attack on a vehicle of Frontier Corps at Hayatabad, Peshawar resulting in martyrdom of Major Jamal Sheran and injuries to four other personnel.

The Prime Minister directed the authorities to hunt …

Afghan Forces Retake Key Southern District From Taliban

ISLAMABAD � Afghan security forces, backed by U.S. military advisers and air power, have evicted insurgents from a strategically important southern district, nine months after the Taliban had overrun it.

A regional military spokesman, Wali Mohammad Ahmadzai, told VOA that …