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Barcelona Tragedy: Europe on the Battlefront

Barcelona Tragedy: Europe on the Battlefront

IS has steadily lost ground in the Middle East, including territorial defeats and physical losses, yet still increasingly maintains the ability to direct and coordinate terrorist attacks in Europe. Thursday’s tragedy in Barcelona that left 13 dead and a 100 injured was the latest reflection of this seemingly perverse relationship. […]

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Jamaat ul Ahrar announces Operation Ghazi (Source: Youtube)

Unilateral and Collective Counter-Terrorism on the Durand Line

The Dilemma & the Response Contemporary terrorism commonly exists as a framework of rapid change, immense complexity and genuine uncertainties. But perhaps the most threatening aspect of this malice is its ability to use the porous Af-Pak border to regroup and metastasize rapidly. Given the Af-Pak relationship sensitivity, which is […]

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Courtesy: Dispatch News Desk

Terrorism: Dichotomy of Narratives – Part 1

Every nation encounters a turning point in their history, which at times becomes its defining moment. The rise and fall of nations are defined by the decisions they take at critical junctures. In the past 15 years, since the start of the US led, Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan, Pakistan […]

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IS (Daesh) in Bangladesh and India

IS (Daesh) in Bangladesh and India

The organization known as DAESH or IS has become the foremost violent non-state actor promoting acts of terror around the world. While currently under pressure in its stronghold of Iraq and Syria where it is steadily losing territory, personnel and finances they have still managed to export their brand as […]

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Source: Terrorism Monitor

The IS(Daesh) in Afghanistan

The influence of the IS or Daesh has started to grow in Afghanistan at an alarming rate. Their recent activities include attacks on government establishments, clashes with Taliban, and multiple abductions of numerous members of the Hazara tribe including women. The abduction of the minority Hazaras was reported by numerous […]

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Courtesy: DailyguideAfrica.com

The Rise Of Militancy In Europe

Foreign, Muslim Militancy, Terrorism March 25, 2016 at 9:29 am 0 comments

The recent attacks in Brussels, Belgium in March have shaken the entire globe. These militant attacks were followed by a car bomb blast in Berlin that killed a single person and the devastating attacks in Paris, France that caused the deaths of 130 people on November 2015 as well as […]

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The Takeover of Kunduz

The Takeover of Kunduz

Central Asia, Foreign October 5, 2015 at 2:21 am 0 comments

Kunduz Imbroglio The momentous and disconcerting development in Afghanistan’s Northern Province Kunduz has taken the whole world in shock and awe when the Taliban hoisted their flag over the main square in the Kunduz city following a three-pronged attack on 28th of September 2015. Kunduz was the major town to […]

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