Monday 31 January 2022
January 31, 2022
Pakistani Media Mogul Acquitted Of Corruption Charges Related To Decades-Old Land Deal
A Pakistani media mogul whose group of newspapers and television stations has been critical of the government has been acquitted of graft charges relating to allegations dating back more than 30 years.
January 30, 2022
Attack In Northwest Pakistan Kills One Christian Priest, Leaves Another Injured
One priest from a Christian church in northwest Pakistan has been killed and another injured after their car was ambushed by unknown militants in the capital of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province on January 30.
January 29, 2022
Pakistan's National-Security Adviser Holds Talks With Taliban Officials In Kabul
Pakistan's national-security adviser has met with high-ranked members of the Taliban-led government in Kabul, to discuss bilateral cooperation, border issues, and efforts to avert a humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, officials said on January 29.
January 24, 2022
Pakistan Sends Secret Delegation To Afghanistan In Bid To Revive Peace Talks With TTP
Pakistan is attempting to revive peace talks with the Tehrik-e Taliban Pakistan militant group, which has intensified its attacks since negotiations broke down in December. Islamabad recently sent a secret delegation to neighboring Afghanistan, where most of the TTP leadership resides.
January 21, 2022
Gandhara Briefing: Afghan Diplomats, Refugees In Indonesia, Taliban Commandos
In this week’s Gandhara Briefing, we bring you insights into why Afghan diplomats are resisting a Taliban takeover of their missions, the Taliban’s war on music, and the miseries of Afghans stranded in Indonesia.
'Afghanistan Is Hell': Supporters Of Late Afghan General Claim Taliban Killings, Persecution2
Border Clash Between Taliban, Pakistani Military Leaves One Dead3
'Everyone Is Anxious': Pakistan's Mass Arrests Of Afghan Refugees Fuel Fear Of New Crackdown4
Taliban Takes Lamb Testicles Off The Menu As Bigger Issues Loom5
'Beaten And Humiliated': Taliban Cracks Down On Afghan Universities In Bid To Curb Women's Protests6
Khan Cancels March To Islamabad, Ends Demand For Early Elections, But Vows To Fight On7
Banned From Public Parks And Bathhouses, Afghan Women Say Life Under Taliban Is Like A 'Prison'8
At Least Nine Reportedly Killed In Taliban Attack On Village In Ethnic Hazara Province9
Taliban Claims To Have Eliminated Islamic State Hideout In Kabul10
'They Torture And Kill Us': Gay Afghan Men Fear For Lives Under The Taliban