On this day in 2006 a suicide car bomb hit a Canadian military convoy in southern Afghanistan, killing three civilians including diplomat Glyn Berry
On this day in 2014 a senior Pakistani police officer known for campaigning against the Taliban was killed in a bomb blast in Karachi.
On this day in December 2016 the Taliban killed eight and wounded six in an attack that targeted an Afghan MP.
Burqa-clad Islamist terrorists attacked an agriculture institute in Peshawar, Pakistan in December 2017, killing nine and wounding 37
The Taliban were responsible for two November 2005 suicide attacks in Kabul that targeted NATO soldiers: nine people died in the incidents.
If you are following what is happening in Afghanistan you will know two things: one, the US is engaged in ‘peace talks’ with Taliban terrorists and two, Taliban terrorists are continuing to kill on a daily basis. Should we talk ‘peace’ with terrorists? Borealis talks to a Canadian specialist on this issue, Kamran Bokhari. About […]
War seems to be the fate of Afghanistan: peace may not be in the cards.
On this day in 2007, the Taliban kidnapped 23 South Korean evangelical Christians in 2007, killing two before releasing the rest in a $20 ransom deal with Seoul.
While there is no question that the term terrorism is overused, there are puzzling occasions on which it is not used at all.
Why military interventions are hard to evaluate, especially ones in really broken lands like Afghanistan.