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IDs to fingerprints: Pakistan tightens cellphone control after Peshawar killings

Feb 26, 2015

IDs to fingerprints: Pakistan tightens cellphone control after Peshawar killings

Pakistanis have been lining up at cellphone stores and in front of mobile vans and kiosks around the country to scan their fingerprints and verify their identities in order to keep their phones. #Pakistan #Taliban #NewsTracker #Peshawar school attack #Peshawar school killings #Pakistan cellphone #Fingerprints #Cellphone control
Afghanistan will not allow anti-India elements on its territory, says envoy

Feb 25, 2015

Afghanistan will not allow anti-India elements on its territory, says envoy

Afghanistan will never allow its territory to be used for any anti-India activity, Afghan ambassador Shaida Mohammad Abdali said. #World #India #Pakistan #Taliban #Afghanistan #Nato #TheySaidIt #Shaida Mohammad Abdali #Afghan ambassador
Gunmen kidnap 30 members of Hazara community in southern Afghanistan

Feb 24, 2015

Gunmen kidnap 30 members of Hazara community in southern Afghanistan

Gunmen in southern Afghanistan kidnapped 30 members of the Hazara ethnic community, authorities said Tuesday. #Taliban #NewsTracker #Afghanistan #gunmen #Minority #Hazara
Islamic State is a serious threat to our nation, says Pakistan Foreign Secretary

Feb 24, 2015

Islamic State is a serious threat to our nation, says Pakistan Foreign Secretary

Pakistan Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhry has said the Islamic State militant group poses a serious threat to the country. #Pakistan #Taliban #NewsTracker #Foreign Secretary #islamic-state #Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhry
Pakistan releases Rs 45 mn for treatment of Peshawar attack survivors

Feb 20, 2015

Pakistan releases Rs 45 mn for treatment of Peshawar attack survivors

Pakistan on Friday released Rs 45 million for the treatment of thirty injured students of an army-run school in Peshawar which was the scene of a ghastly Taliban attack in December that killed 150 people, mostly students. #Pakistan #Taliban #NewsTracker #Peshawar #Army Public School #Agha Khan Hospital
Taliban to meet US officials in Qatar for peace talks on Afghanistan, say sources

Feb 19, 2015

Taliban to meet US officials in Qatar for peace talks on Afghanistan, say sources

Taliban representatives are to meet US officials in Qatar soon for possible peace talks on Afghanistan, sources from the militant group said on Thursday. #US #Taliban #NewsTracker #Afghanistan #Qatar #Ashraf Ghani #Quetta shura
Afghanistan: At least 20 killed in Taliban suicide attack

Feb 17, 2015

Afghanistan: At least 20 killed in Taliban suicide attack

Taliban suicide bombers dressed as police officers attacked a police station Tuesday in Afghanistan, killing at least 20 people in the latest assault targeting local security forces, authorities said. #Taliban #NewsTracker #Afghanistan #suicide #twenty killed
Pakistan: Taliban suicide bombers storm Shia mosque in Peshawar, kill 20

Feb 13, 2015

Pakistan: Taliban suicide bombers storm Shia mosque in Peshawar, kill 20

At least 20 people were killed and over 50 injured when Kalashnikov-wielding Taliban suicide bombers stormed a crowded minority Shia mosque in Peshawar. #Taliban #NewsTracker #Terrorism in Pakistan #Peshawar #Terror Attacks in Pakistan #shia mosque #Taliban suicide bombers
Pakistan: Taliban terrorists storm Shiite mosque in Peshawar, kill 18 and injure 60

Feb 13, 2015

Pakistan: Taliban terrorists storm Shiite mosque in Peshawar, kill 18 and injure 60

Grenade-toting Taliban militants stormed a Shiite mosque in northwest Pakistan on Friday, police said, in an attack that left at least 18 people dead. #Pakistan #Taliban #Peshawar #Blast in Pakistan #Bomb Blast in Pakistan
Top US lawmakers urge Kerry to impose travel restrictions, sanctions against Pak

Feb 13, 2015

Top US lawmakers urge Kerry to impose travel restrictions, sanctions against Pak

Asserting that Pakistan has neither cut ties with terrorists nor renounced their use as an instrument of state policy, two top American lawmakers have urged US Secretary of State John Kerry to consider travel restrictions, suspending portions of assistance and sanction officials who maintain relationships with designated terrorist groups. #World #Terrorism #NewsTracker #US congress #LeT #John Kerry #Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan #TTP