Two decades ago, Iran helped the U.S. topple the Taliban regime to remove what it saw as a threat to its national security and fellow Shia Muslims in Afghanistan. Now, four months after the... Read more
Former Afghan president Ashraf Ghani says he fled because security were ‘not capable’ of protecting him
Former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has offered to take a lie detector test to disprove allegations he took money out of the country as it fell to the Taliban. Reports emerged in the summer... Read more
Mohamed Youssri The world has been keeping its eyes on Afghanistan, since the Taliban’s takeover of power in the country in August this year. Everybody has been watching since then how... Read more
For these four young people, Pakistan is home. They were born and raised there. They have big plans: to study, to open their own businesses, to succeed. But Pakistan says their home is elsew... Read more
Khaled bin Ali Al Huamaidan, the director of Saudi Arabia’s General Intelligence Presidency (GIP), paid a visit to Rawalpindi on 8 December to conclude a cooperation agreement with his... Read more
In the debate about Iran’s nuclear weapon potential, the argument is frequently made that even if the regime achieves the ability to carry out a nuclear test, designing a deliverable missile... Read more
Mohamed Youssri The Taliban movement of Pakistan has resumed its activities which were halted since 2014. The resumption of activities came after the movement received a strong moral boost,... Read more
Eslam Mohamed Pakistan is witnessing a rising wave of religious movements, which have become one of the most prominent players in the political arena and have an impact on the course... Read more
On 9 November, the new rulers of Kabul succeeded in getting their Pakistani counterparts, the Tehrik-i-Taliban (TTP) to agree to a truce. This came after the Pakistani intelligence services... Read more
Mohamed Yosry On November 8, Pakistani Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry announced that an agreement had been reached on a “comprehensive ceasefire” with the Pakistani Taliban after... Read more
The unity that catapulted the Taliban to victory in Afghanistan is splintering under the pressure of internal divisions that could threaten the group’s survival if rivals cannot mend their d... Read more
Located in a mountainous corner of northeast Afghanistan, the far-flung district of Wakhan was until this summer one of the few places to avoid ever coming under control of the Taliban. Sand... Read more
Pakistan’s government has signed a month-long ceasefire agreement with the country’s version of the Taliban, bringing a potential end to more than a decade of conflict. The tentative truce w... Read more
Nahla Abdel Moneim The ISIS-Khorasan branch represents a special importance for the map of international extremism related to the sensitivity of the place and the momentum of the temp... Read more
A suburban Baltimore high school graduate turned Al Qaeda courier, speaking to a military jury for the first time, gave a detailed account on Thursday of the brutal forced feedings, crude wa... Read more
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