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Mullah Mansour was an 'imminent threat' to US: Pentagon

The Pentagon has said its forces killed Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour because he posed a danger to the United States. The militant chief was killed in a US strike in Pakistan last week. 392 kata lagi

United States

Life after Mansour: Afghanistan's new act

What next in Afghanistan now that the Taliban have lost their leader (again)?

On Sunday 22 May, a US drone strike killed the leader of the Taliban Mullah Mansour in the Pakistani province of Balochistan, thus marking the opening of a new phase in the development of the AfPak region’s political dynamics. 717 kata lagi


Lucca: USMC Dog Hero

Each dog that has served in the United States military and other military divisions around the world are to be applauded for unselfish devotion but there is one in particular that has recently made headlines around the globe. 443 kata lagi


The importance of Chabahar port explained in 5 points

Narendra Modi who became the first Prime Minister in 15 years to visit Iran inked 12 pacts. Among these pacts the one which is considered to be the most important is the one in which both countries have decided to develop the Chabahar port. 37 kata lagi

Vicky Nanjappa

The Magical Thinking of Killing Mullah Mansour

Another day, another dead terrorist leader. This time, the dead terrorist guy was Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansour, killed by a U.S. drone strike in Pakistan, and everyone is cheering, because everyone knows that each dead terrorist leader is, well, another dead terrorist leader. 1.521 kata lagi

Middle East

Raw video footage that captures a landslide in Pakistan is a sight you need to see to believe

Nature does some pretty wild things.

Take, for instance, this landslide, caught on camera by an amateur videographer who happened to be at the scene, at the ready. 39 kata lagi

Caught On Video

Frequent flyer ‘Mansour’ used Pakistan airports


QUETTA: Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour, believed to have been killed in a US air strike in Balochistan on Saturday, was a frequent traveller and over the past nine years used at least two Pakistani airports for his visits abroad. 738 kata lagi