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Who Is Winning the War in Afghanistan?

Who Is Winning the War in Afghanistan?

By Rod Nordland, Aug. 18, 2018 Two wars are convulsing Afghanistan, the war of blood and guts, and the war of truth and lies. Both have been amassing casualties at a remarkable rate recently. The first is that messy war in which, just in the past week, more than...

Tuesday, October 02 2018

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Why the Taliban’s Assault on Ghazni Matters

Why the Taliban’s Assault on Ghazni Matters

ByMujib Mashal, Aug. 13, 2018 Since Friday, Taliban fighters have roamed the streets of Ghazni City, a strategic urban center less than 100 miles from the capital, Kabul, killing dozens of Afghan soldiers and police officers, cutting communications and severing the main highway from Kabul to the south and...

Friday, August 31 2018

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Iran and ISIL: The Joint Taskforce

Iran and ISIL: The Joint Taskforce

  Iran and ISIL: The Joint Taskforce Mohammed Alsulami, Head ofArabian Gulf Center for Iranian Studies (AGCIS), 13 Nov 2016 Recent claims concerning ISIL by a senior advisor to Iran’s Supreme Leader Khamenei have once again raised some questions about the terror group. In an interview with the state-owned...

Sunday, November 20 2016

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ISIS formed by Pakistani militants

ISIS formed by Pakistani militants

August 29, 2015 Despite a slowdown in the activities of the affiliates of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group in Afghanistan, a newly-recorded audio has emerged online claiming to belong to a commander of the group’s Khurasan province. The speaker who has been identified as Sheikh...

Thursday, September 03 2015

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Classified Documents; terrorism-related arrests during past 3 years

Classified Documents; terrorism-related arrests during past 3 years

2014 Weekly Dec 23 2014  The 2014 Weekly accessed to a bunch of classified documents that indicate 13,624 people were arrested -including 442 foreign nationals- in charges of terrorist activities by the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) during more than past 3 years, however the destiny of these convicts...

Tuesday, December 30 2014

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Can Pakistan's new ISI spy chief restore security?

Can Pakistan's new ISI spy chief restore security?

Pakistan's army has chosen a new head of the country's controversial spy agency. Seen as experienced in counter-insurgency operations, Lieutenant-General Rizwan Akhtar is being called "a professional soldier". But as M Ilyas Khan reports, the question is whether he will be able to restore internal security. Lt-Gen Akhtar's appointment...

Monday, October 13 2014

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