Taliban seize 3bn of Pakistani currency from Pak-Afghan border check post

KABUL: At least three billion of Pakistani currency has been seized by the Taliban from the Spin Boldak area of Kandahar after the insurgents captured the key border crossing amid continuing sweeping gains made since foreign forces stepped up their withdrawal from the war-torn country. Reports in local media quoting sources claimed that the massive amount was stored by Afghan

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US forces shy away in midnight from the ‘infamous’ Bagram base without intimation

KABUL: The Unites States left Afghanistan’s main military base, Bagram Airfield, after nearly 2 decades by just shutting off the power and slipping away in the middle of the night without notifying the Afghan officials who discovered the stealthy departure hours after they left. Reports quoting the US Department of Defence said that they had completely vacated their biggest airfield,

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‘They Are Us’ – Movie pitch on Christchurch Islamophobic attack draws ire for focusing PM instead of victims

WELLINGTON – The movie aimed to cover the 2019 Christchurch mosque terror attacks has come under fire for focusing on PM Jacinda Ardern’s response to the Islamophobic attack instead of the victims who lost their lives. US-based Production Company FilmNation Entertainment is courting controversy for sidelining Muslim victims. Reports in international media suggest that the movie mainly focuses on the

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Islamophobic attack leaves 4 of a Pakistani origin family dead in Canada’s London

OTTAWA: In another hate-fueled Islamophobic attack, a truck driver ran over Pakistani Canadian family members in Ontario province of the North American country. Reports in Canadian media citing local law enforcers said that a 20-year-old truck driver, who is identified as Nathaniel Veltman, purportedly rammed the vehicle on five members of the family, who immigrated from Pakistan about 14 years

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First Woman to officially make it to the Pakistani ‘Most Wanted List of Terrorists’ is a Gynecologist from Karachi

KARACHI – The Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) of Sindh Thursday released the ninth edition of its Red Book that includes at least 93 most wanted terrorists including Dr. Sadia Jalil, BBC reported Saturday. Report of BBC cited that Dr. Sadia Jalil, a gynecologist and an educationist by profession, is the first Pakistani woman to get listed in the Red Book that

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