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Taliban suicide bomber kills 20 policemen outside Kabul base, scores injured

Feb 02, 2016

Taliban suicide bomber kills 20 policemen outside Kabul base, scores injured

At least 20 policemen were killed Monday when a Taliban suicide bomber struck a police base in Kabul Monday, just days before a fresh round of international talks aimed at reviving dialogue with the Islamist group. #Taliban #NewsTracker #Kabul
Taliban suicide bomber strikes police base in Kabul, kills nine

Feb 01, 2016

Taliban suicide bomber strikes police base in Kabul, kills nine

Up to 10 people were killed when a suicide bomber struck outside a police base in central Kabul on Monday, the deputy interior minister said on Twitter. #Pakistan #Taliban #NewsTracker #Afghanistan #Suicide Bomber #Kabul #Islamabad #Mohammad Ayoub Salangi #Deh Mazang #police base
Four policemen killed by suspected Taliban militants in Pakistan

Jan 29, 2016

Four policemen killed by suspected Taliban militants in Pakistan

Four policemen have been killed by suspected Taliban militants in the restive Balochistan's capital Quetta in Pakistan, police said. #Pakistan #Balochistan #Quetta #Tehreek-i-Taliban #Taliban militants
UN launches appeal for $393 million humanitarian aid to Afghanistan

Jan 27, 2016

UN launches appeal for $393 million humanitarian aid to Afghanistan

The United Nations has launched an appeal for $393 million in humanitarian aid to Afghanistan to reach millions of vulnerable people this year. #food #United Nations #Taliban #Afghanistan #UN #appeal #homes #Hunger #Shelter #displaced
Taliban kill 10 Afghan police in insider attack, say officials

Jan 26, 2016

Taliban kill 10 Afghan police in insider attack, say officials

A rogue policeman drugged and then shot dead 10 of his colleagues in southern Afghanistan early on Tuesday. #Taliban #NewsTracker #Afghanistan #Afghan police #afghan
'Our black flag will fly in Kabul': IS beams threats on radio across rural Afghanistan

Jan 21, 2016

'Our black flag will fly in Kabul': IS beams threats on radio across rural Afghanistan

Islamic State is actively targeting other media outlets in Afghanistan to prevent them from competing with its chilling radio broadcasts. #Syria #Pakistan #Taliban #Afghanistan #ConnectTheDots #Iraq #islamic-state #IS #Daesh #Ghani #Nangarhar #IS radio #Afghan Journalists' Safety Committee
Flags at half-mast, prayer ceremony: Pakistan mourns Bacha Khan university massacre victims

Jan 21, 2016

Flags at half-mast, prayer ceremony: Pakistan mourns Bacha Khan university massacre victims

Pakistan observed a day of national mourning Thursday for the 21 people killed when heavily-armed gunmen stormed a university in the troubled northwest, exposing the failings in a national crackdown on extremism. #Pakistan #Taliban #NewsTracker #UN #Ban Ki-moon #Islamabad #Amnesty International #Charsadda #Peshawar army public school #Mardan #Bacha Khan University #Abdul Wali Khan
'Appalled by such acts of violence': UN chief condemns Bacha Khan University attack

Jan 21, 2016

'Appalled by such acts of violence': UN chief condemns Bacha Khan University attack

Condemning the terrorist attack on a university in Pakistan's restive northwest, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has called for the perpetrators to be swiftly brought to justice. #United Nations #Pakistan #Taliban #UN #TheySaidIt #Peshawar #Ban Ki-moon #Bacha Khan University
Seven killed as Taliban suicide bomber in Kabul targets Afghan TV channel employees

Jan 21, 2016

Seven killed as Taliban suicide bomber in Kabul targets Afghan TV channel employees

A suicide car bomber targeted a minibus carrying journalists working for a private Afghanistan television channel on Wednesday, killing seven employees during evening rush hour close to the national parliament in Kabul. #Taliban #NewsTracker #Afghanistan #Kabul #suicide bomb #Kunduz #Abdul Rahman Rahimi #Tolo News