TERRORISM

How the Rohingya Crisis Is Changing Bangladesh

  0 comments   |     by B TOM FELIX JOEHNK on 16, November 2017

BANGKOK — Close to one million Rohingya from Myanmar are said to be living in Bangladesh at the moment, nearly half of them having fled since late August. The exodus is one of the world’s worst refugee crises in decades, and so far Bangladesh, already a very poor country, has borne much of the burden. The sudden influx of so many refugees has created a major humanitarian emergency a

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Rex Tillerson says US is ready to work with Taliban…while fighting them

  0 comments   |     by Adam Garrie on 24, October 2017

Rex Tillerson says US is ready to work with Taliban…while fighting them US policies on Afghanistan are either devious or based purely on ignorance. by Adam Garrie October 24, 2017

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Why has India given Rupees 7 billion to ‘Balochistan Liberation Army’?

  0 comments   |     by admin on 19, October 2017

India has spent Rs 7 billion to run an anti-Pakistan campaign in Geneva, Switzerland and that the campaign has originated from Canada. Talking with reference to the anti-Pakistan posters in the Swiss city, Haroon said the Baluch Liberation Army (BLA) last year started getting anti-Pakistan articles published in Canadian newspapers. India got anti-Pakistan advertisements published in Gen

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China wears the mediator’s gown in the Af-Pak by Salman Rafi

  0 comments   |     by Salman Rafi on 12, October 2017

China wears the mediator’s gown in the Af-Pak   Despite a high-level meeting between Pakistan’s General Bajwa, and Afghanistan’s president Ashraf Ghani, relations between the two countries remain largely troubled and uneasy. Nothing else can testify this tension better than the fact it is China once again that intervened to ease down tension and engage both coun

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India and Israel Start to See Enemies Within Cultural Revolutions

  0 comments   |     by Pankaj Mishra on 08, July 2017

Cultural revolutions are underway in two nation-states -- India and Israel -- founded by secular nationalists in the late 1940s. Right-wing demagogues, emerging in both countries from among previously unrepresented masses, seek to forge a new national identity by stigmatizing particular religious and secular groups.  There are eerie similarities between the Hindu thugs who assault

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'Safe havens' inside, not outside, Afghanistan, Pakistan tells UNSC

  0 comments   |     by APPP on 23, June 2017

'Safe havens' inside, not outside, Afghanistan, Pakistan tells UNSC APP Terrorist “safe havens” are inside, not outside, Afghanistan, Pakistan told the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) on Wednesday. "Th

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KASHMIR ON THE BRINK

  0 comments   |     by Um Roommana on 22, June 2017

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13 Suspected Indian IS Fighters killed as MOAB Hit Afghanistan: Reports

  0 comments   |     by Rajesh Ahuja and Rezaul H Laskar on 15, June 2017

Thirteen suspected Islamic State fighters from India were among the 96 militants killed when the US military dropped its most powerful non-nuclear bomb on IS positions in eastern Afghanistan, according to an Afghan media report on Tuesday. Kabul-based Pajhwok Afghan News agency quoted an unnamed security official as saying that “13 Indian Daesh militants were also among those kill

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How active are Indian jihadists in Afghanistan? Mother of All Bombs

  0 comments   |     by Asia on 14, June 2017

Afghan officials claim the US' "mother of all bombs" killed 13 Indian militants in Nangarhar. In a DW (Deutsche Welle (DW) is Germany’s international broadcaster)   interview, expert Michael Kugelman says Indian nationals are joining both "Islamic State" and al Qaeda in Afghanistan. There are other analysts who are saying something more dangerous and sinister tha

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America’s Longest War Drags On In Afghanistan - US National Security

  13 comments   |     by James Cogan on 09, June 2017

The US national security advisor, Lieutenant General H.R. McMaster, was in Afghanistan over the weekend, speaking with President Ashraf Ghani and General John Nicholson, the US military commander in the country. The aim of the talks, the Military Times reported prior to McMaster’s arrival in Kabul, was to “assess whether more military personnel are needed to break the stale

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