Flagging rising incidents of militancy in Jammu and Kahsmir, the United States intelligence chief said that Pakistan-supported terrorist groups
US President Donald Trump has ruled out talks with the Taliban and vowed to “finish” them following a wave of deadly attacks in
At least 40 people were killed in Kabul after an ambulance packed with explosives blew up in a crowded area. The blast left 140 people wounded,
Police confirmed there was an explosion in the heavily fortified area but could not immediately provide further details.
A top official said the attacker was on foot and walked into to the Imam Zaman Mosque today in the city's Dashti Barch area where he detonated
Thirty two people have been killed and more than 200 people have been injured in an attack on a police training centre in Paktia province in
He condemned the Haqqani network's stupidity and evil of authorizing the murder of my infant daughter in retaliation for my repeated refusal to
No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attack, which took place two days before the Muslim holy day of Ashura.
To hit back at the Taliban in Afghanistan, the US said it launched two missiles, one of which missed its intended target and killed at least one
Officials said: "two missiles were fired near the Pak-Afghan border from an unmanned aerial vehicle, killing the suspects and injuring another."
Mattis said: "We intend to work with Pakistan in order to take the terrorists down. I think that's what a responsible nation does."
Two of the assailants blew themselves up and another two were shot to death by Afghan security forces.
US defence secretary James Mattis, however, said that he had yet not decided on the final plan of deploying troops.
US defence secretary made the remarks at a hearing with members of the Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday.