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    Aerial strikes kill 20 suspected militants in Khyber Agency

    At least 20 suspected terrorists were killed and five militant hideouts were destroyed during targeted aerial strikes by fighter jets in Khyber Agency on Thursday.

    The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said that the fighter aircraft struck militant hideouts in Akakhel, Tirah and other areas of the agency as part of ongoing Khyber-1 operation.

    The details, however, could not be verified as access for journalists is restricted in the area.

    Eight Pakistani soldiers and 21 terrorists were killed while several others injured earlier on Wednesday in Spin Qamar area of Khyber Agency.

    According to ISPR, about 66 militants and 12 soldiers have been injured in the army’s ongoing operations in Khyber so far. Whereas, more than 100 militants, including some key commanders, have surrendered to the authorities.

    http://www.pakistantoday.com.pk/2014...khyber-agency/

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    Re: Operation ‘Khyber-1′ Launched

    Khyber offensive leaves thousands displaced



    PESHAWAR: More than 150,000 people have fled from northwest Pakistan's tribal areas as the military launched a fresh offensive against Taliban militants, officials said Friday.

    Pakistan launched an operation in Khyber Agency in October against militants who had taken a sanctuary there after fleeing Taliban strongholds in North Waziristan where military started a large-scale operation against them in mid-June.

    “Since October 13, 171,559 people have moved from Khyber to Peshawar and Kohat,” tribal disaster management department spokesman Haseeb Khan told AFP, referring to two cities that border the tribal region.

    Khan said that a few of the displaced people had chosen to stay at government-run camps while most of them were staying with relatives.

    At least 800,000 people fled flighting in North Waziristan when the army began their offensive against militants in June.

    The displaced poured into nearby towns where they faced overcrowding, a lack of food rations and high rents.

    The long-awaited army offensive against militant strongholds in the country's northwest was launched in June after a brazen attack on Karachi airport ended stuttering peace talks between the government and the Taliban.

    Separately, Governor of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province Mehtab Ahmed Khan said that some 36,000 families who had fled to Afghanistan during the army operation, had return to Pakistan.

    “Targeted operations against militants are progressing successfully in tribal areas of Pakistan and on the conclusion of these operation we will honourably resettle all displaced people,” Khan said during a meeting with the elders of North Waziristan.

    More than 1,100 militants and 100 soldiers have been killed since the start of the long-awaited operation against the Taliban strongholds and more than 100 militants have surrendered, according to the military.

    It is difficult to independently verify the Pakistan army's numbers because journalists do not have regular access to the conflict zones.
    http://www.dawn.com/news/1141598/khy...ands-displaced

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    Air strikes on LI bases leave 13 dead

    LANDI KOTAL: Thirteen suspected militants were killed in air strikes on their hideouts in Bara on Saturday and in apparent retaliatory gun attacks two soldiers lost their lives.

    Officials said that helicopter gunships and military planes targeted the banned Lashkar-i-Islam group’s bases in Nala-Malikdin Khel, Akkakhel and Sipah areas, leaving 13 suspected militants dead and eight injured.

    Five hideouts were destroyed.

    Independent sources said that five soldiers suffered injuries in gun-battles in different parts of Bara. Three were identified as Hawaldar Mushtaq, Naib Subedar Imran and Naik Usman.

    Meanwhile, two soldiers were shot dead in different incidents in Bara and Tirah.

    Published in Dawn, November 2nd , 2014

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    Re: Air strikes on LI bases leave 13 dead

    Great to see the LI scum getting killed. Hopefully we will see an intensification in the military operation in Khyber Agency, and the complete routing of these militants. The people in Khyber Agency have been at the mercy of these militants for far too long, and it is high time we establish the nation's complete writ there.

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    Re: Air strikes on LI bases leave 13 dead

    A pleasing result especially when its independently verified.

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    Re: Air strikes on LI bases leave 13 dead

    Good riddance.

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    Five suspected militants killed in Bara Agency clash

    PESHAWAR: At least five militants were killed and six others injured late on Saturday in a clash between security forces and militants in the Akakhel area of Bara Agency.

    One security personnel was also injured. This information could not be independently verified as journalists have limited access to the tribal agency.

    In a separate incident, a woman and two children died as a mortar shell fired from an undisclosed location hit a house in Akakhel. Two others were also injured in the incident.

    The plains of Bara hold strategic significance for militant groups as they connect the agency to the outskirts of Peshawar. The area was being used by militants to put pressure on the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa's capital. Police and military posts in and around Peshawar have repeatedly came under attack.

    The clash between militants and security forces comes as Pakistan's military continue with their intelligence-driven operation ‘Khyber-1’, aimed at targetting militant hideouts in areas under Mangal Bagh-led group’s control in Tirah and Bara.

    Khyber airstrikes kill five suspected militants
    At least five militants killed and seven others were injured in military airstrikes on Sunday in Khyber Agency.

    Official sources said the jets targetted militant hideouts in Akakhel and Sipha area of the restive agency. However, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) was yet to issue a statement in this regard.

    Khyber is among Pakistan’s seven semi-autonomous tribal districts near the Afghan border, rife with homegrown insurgents and foreign militants. These are also home to religious extremist organisations including Al Qaeda.

    The latest airstrikes comes against the backdrop of Zarb-i-Azb, a full-fledged military operation being conducted by the army against Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and other militants in the North Waziristan tribal region.

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    Blast in Khyber Agency's Zakakhel bazaar kills four

    PESHAWAR: Two security personnel and two peace committee members of Tauheedul Islam were killed and two others injured in a blast in Zakakhel Bazaar of Khyber Agency's Landi Kotal area.

    Official sources say that a joint party of security forces and peace committee members was targeted in Painda Cheena area of Zakakhel.

    The blast left two security personnel and as many Tauheedul Islam activists dead. One security man was also among those injured in the explosion.

    Read: Bara suicide blast leaves seven dead

    Rescue and security personnel reached the blast site and began shifting the victims to a nearby hospital.

    The security forces launched a search operation soon after the attack. Further details regarding the nature and intensity of the blast were not available till the filing of this report.

    Follow-up blast during rescue efforts
    At least two more security personnel were injured when another blast occurred in Zakakhel bazaar shortly after the first one,

    The security forces were targeted when they were shifting the victims of the first blast.

    Security forces also claimed to have arrested ten suspects during a search operation in Jamrud tehsil of Khyber agency.

    Khyber is one of Pakistan’s seven semi-autonomous regions governed by tribal laws and lies near the Afghan border. The Taliban and other Al Qaeda-linked groups who stage attacks in both Pakistan and Afghanistan are also known to have strongholds in the zone.

    The development comes amid Operation Khyber I which was launched in Khyber tribal agency on credible information about the presence of militants in parts of Sipah and Akkakhel areas, according to Shahab Ali Shah.

    Mangal Bagh-led Lashkar-i-Islam has had a strong presence in the areas being targeted in the operation.

    Anticipating a military operation in their areas in Tirah valley, hundreds of Akkakhel families had begun leaving their homes in Dars Jumaat, Shaddaly, Darota and Kulla areas of Akkakhel in Tirah valley.

    The latest operation was launched amidst 'Zarb-i-Azb', a full-fledged military operation being conducted by the Pakistani military against Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) militants in North Waziristan tribal region.

    http://www.dawn.com/news/1142374/exp...aar-kills-four

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    Five killed, 10 injured as forces target militant hideouts in Khyber

    PESHAWAR: At least five suspected militants were killed and over 10 others were injured on Friday as militant hideouts were targeted in the Akakhel and Sipah areas of Khyber Agency's Bara tehsil.

    Official sources said that artillery and mortars were fired in the areas of Sipah and Akakhel.

    Sipah is a known stronghold of Lashkar-i-Islam while Akakhel too has a sizeable presence of militant elements.

    Khyber is one of Pakistan’s seven semi-autonomous regions governed by tribal laws and lies near the Afghan border. The Taliban and other Al Qaeda-linked groups who stage attacks in both Pakistan and Afghanistan are also known to have strongholds in the zone.

    Pakistan's military launched the operation ‘Khyber-1’ last month with air strikes against LI hideouts in areas under the Mangal Bagh-led group’s control in Tirah and Bara.

    The latest operation was launched amidst Zarb-i-Azb, a full-fledged military operation being conducted by the army against Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and other militants in the North Waziristan tribal region.

    http://www.dawn.com/news/1142904/fiv...outs-in-khyber

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    Five killed, 10 injured as forces target militant hideouts in Khyber

    PESHAWAR: At least five suspected militants were killed and over 10 others were injured on Friday as militant hideouts were targeted in the Akakhel and Sipah areas of Khyber Agency's Bara tehsil.

    Official sources said that artillery and mortars were fired in the areas of Sipah and Akakhel.

    Sipah is a known stronghold of Lashkar-i-Islam while Akakhel too has a sizeable presence of militant elements.

    Khyber is one of Pakistan’s seven semi-autonomous regions governed by tribal laws and lies near the Afghan border. The Taliban and other Al Qaeda-linked groups who stage attacks in both Pakistan and Afghanistan are also known to have strongholds in the zone.

    Pakistan's military launched the operation ‘Khyber-1’ last month with air strikes against LI hideouts in areas under the Mangal Bagh-led group’s control in Tirah and Bara.

    The latest operation was launched amidst Zarb-i-Azb, a full-fledged military operation being conducted by the army against Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and other militants in the North Waziristan tribal region.

    http://www.dawn.com/news/1142904/fiv...outs-in-khyber
    Check it out. Every Friday, just before Jumma prayers a press release like this. So predictable.

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    17 bodies of militants recovered post overnight battle in Khyber: ISPR

    PESHAWAR— Soldiers fighting in Pakistan’s tribal region who battled militants overnight found 17 bodies Saturday dumped in the countryside, identifying them all as insurgents, a government administrator and the army said.

    The fighting took place in Pakistan’s Khyber tribal region bordering Afghanistan, an area targeted in an ongoing military operation. Pakistan’s local Taliban have promised to send more of its fighters into the region to battle government forces.

    Late Friday night, militants attacked security forces in the Spin Qamar region of the tribal area, 50 kilometers (30 miles) northwest of Peshawar, the capital of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province, government administrator Khalid Khan said. The gun battle raged for several hours and soldiers found the 17 bodies, all identified as militants, early Saturday morning in three different locations, Khan said.

    In a statement, the Pakistan army’s public relations wing Inter-Service Public Relations (ISPR) said dozens of militants attacked a security checkpoint there late Friday.

    “The attack was valiantly repulsed” and “terrorists ran away leaving behind 17″ bodies of their associates, the statement read.

    The information could not be independently corroborated with local residents. Journalists aren’t allowed to report from Pakistan’s tribal regions.

    In October, Pakistan launched in the Khyber tribal area to eliminate local militants targeting security forces. Local and foreign militants use the region as a base to launch attacks in Pakistan and neighboring Afghanistan, there targeting both Afghan and NATO forces.

    Friday’s attack came hours after the Pakistani Taliban announced it would dispatch fighters to Khyber to assist local militants fighting security forces.

    In its statement, the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan also named Mohammad Khurassani as its new spokesman.

    Khurassani replaces Shahidullah Shahid, who last month announced his allegiance to Iraqi militant Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who leads the Islamic State group and wants to create a caliphate, or Islamic empire, in the Middle East. The Islamic State group now controls a third of both Iraq and neighboring Syria and is the target of airstrikes launched by a U.S.-led coalition of countries.

    The Pakistani Taliban have been on the run since June 15 when Pakistan launched a major operation in their stronghold in the North Waziristan tribal region, which also borders Afghanistan. The military says it has cleared 90 percent of North Waziristan during the operation, which displaced over 800,000 residents.

    http://www.pakistantoday.com.pk/2014...n-khyber-ispr/

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    Security forces kill five militants in Khyber Agency

    PESHAWAR: Security officials on Sunday said they killed at least five suspected militants and injured six others as suspected militant hideouts were targeted in the Akakhel area of Bara Tehsil in Khyber Agency.

    Official sources said the suspects were targeted with artillery in Akakhel, killing at least five suspected militants.

    Khyber is among Pakistan’s seven semi-autonomous tribal districts near the Afghan border, rife with homegrown insurgents and foreign militants. These are also home to religious extremist organisations including the Al Qaeda.

    Pakistan's military launched the operation ‘Khyber-1’ last month with air strikes against Lashkar-i-Islam (LI) hideouts in areas under the Mangal Bagh-led group’s control in Tirah and Bara.

    The latest operation was launched amidst Zarb-i-Azb, a full-fledged military operation being conducted by the army against Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and other militants in the North Waziristan tribal region.

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    Key commander among 13 terrorists killed in Khyber

    At least 13 terrorists, including five terrorists of banned militant outfit Lashkar-e-Islam as well as its commander Munawar, were killed and 10 hideouts destroyed in airstrikes by security forces Sunday in Akakhel area of Tirah valley in Khyber Agency.

    According to an Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) statement, Pakistan Army jets pounded suspected terrorist dens in Akakhel area of TirahValley in Khyber Agency.

    As a result of the aerial strikes, 13 terrorists were reported killed and several others were injured. Ten hideouts were also razed to ground.

    According to the ISPR statement, a key militant commander involved in training the militants for carrying out terror attacks in settled areas and two suicide bombers were also among the terrorists killed in the action.

    In the meanwhile, a volunteer of the Aman Lashkar was killed in clashes with terrorists in Neeri Baba area of Tirah valley. One militant was also killed.

    The Aman Lashkar took control of Shalobar area of Tehsil Bara and wiped out houses of three terrorist commanders. The terrorists managed to flee.

    http://www.pakistantoday.com.pk/2014...led-in-khyber/

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    Security forces kill 27 militants, destroy 10 hideouts in Khyber Agency: ISPR

    PESHAWAR: At least 27 militants were killed on Sunday, while two soldiers also died as security forces carried out aerial strikes in Akakhel and Tirah areas of the restive Khyber Agency, a military statement said.

    Ten militants hideouts and an ammunition depot were also destroyed, an Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) statement said, adding that those killed included a key militant commander and two suicide bombers.

    Khyber is among Pakistan’s seven semi-autonomous tribal districts near the Afghan border, rife with homegrown insurgents and foreign militants. These are also home to religious extremist organisations including the Al Qaeda.

    Pakistan's military launched the operation ‘Khyber-1’ last month with air strikes against Lashkar-i-Islam (LI) hideouts in areas under the Mangal Bagh-led group’s control in Tirah and Bara.

    The latest operation was launched amidst Zarb-i-Azb, a full-fledged military operation being conducted by the army against Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and other militants in the North Waziristan tribal region.


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    TTP Jamaatul Ahrar group confirms commander's death in Khyber strikes

    ISLAMABAD: Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) splinter group Jamaatul Ahrar has confirmed the death of one of its key commanders in latest air strikes in Khyber Agency.

    Group’s spokesperson Ehsanullah Ehsan said their commander Abu Jandal was killed in the bombing on Sunday.

    “Abu Jandal belonged to Mohmand tribal agency and had been operating from Khyber agency,” said Ehsan.

    Jamaatul Ahrar claimed responsibility for the deadly suicide attack which killed nearly 60 people at Wagha border on November 2. The group was launched in August after some senior commanders parted ways with the TTP over serious differences.

    “Yesterday on 9/11/14, enemy indiscriminately bombed the area and as a result Commander Abu Jandal of TTP Jamaatul Ahrar embraced shahadah,” Ehsan said in a statement.

    A military statement had also mentioned the killing of a senior commander along 12 other terror suspects in Khyber Agency’s air strikes on Sunday. The ISPR statement did not name the slain commander.

    “In precise aerial strikes in Aka Khel Tirah, Khyber Agency 10 militant hideouts and an ammunition depot was destroyed. Thirteen terrorists were killed including an important terrorist commander known for training suicide bombers. Two suicide bombers were also included among those killed,” the statement said.

    The security forces last month opened a new front against the Lashkar-e-Islam group, blamed for attacks on forces and tribal elders in Khyber Agency.

    Khyber Agency is a key supply route for the US-led Nato troops in Afghanistan and the government wants to make it secure for the withdrawal of heavy machinery of foreign troops.

    The TTP has announced support for the Lashkar-e-Islam and group’s chief Maulvi Fazalullah said he has asked his fighters to join the fighting. The Jamaatul Ahrar also said it has sent 50 fighters to help the Lashkar-e-Islam.

    “The mujahideen of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan Jamaatul Ahrar understand the importance of this area and operation and we have decided to aid the mujahideen of Khyber. One 50-strong contingent of our Jamaat is already busy fighting in Khyber Agency where intense fighting in going on at the moment,” Ehsanullah said.

    Security sources describe the statement as a propaganda stunt and said the militants are on the run.

    http://tribune.com.pk/story/788514/t...hyber-strikes/

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    Three key LI commanders lay down arms

    PESHAWAR: Three key commanders of the outlawed Lashkar-i-Islam (LI) group have surrendered to authorities after laying down their arms.

    Official sources say that the newly appointed spokesman of the LI Saifullah Saif, Commander Ilyas and Commander Wajid announced that they were leaving the LI and have surrendered.

    Also read: Lashkar-i-Islam continues to broadcast ‘Khyber Mullah’ sermons despite operation

    The LI, which is already battered with the ongoing military operation, have suffered a severe blow due to the surrender of these commanders.

    Saifullah Saif belongs to the Qambar Khel tribe, Ilyas to Sipah area, while Commander Wajid is from the Malik Din Khel tribe.

    In October, 80 members of the LI, including a key commander, surrendered to authorities.

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    19 militants killed in air strikes in Khyber Agency

    PESHAWAR: At least 19 militants were killed on Wednesday during air strikes in Sandapal and Akakhel areas of Khyber Agency.

    According to the ISPR, an important militant commander was also killed. Furthermore, the air strikes destroyed at least five militant hideouts and an ammunition depot in the area. This information, however, could not be independently verified as journalists have limited access to the war-torn agency.

    Today's strikes were part of the military operation carried out by the army in the tribal areas of Khyber Agency and North Waziristan, targeting local and foreign insurgents in the area.

    Apart from Zarb-i-Azb, a full-fledged operation in North Waziristan, Khyber-1 was also launched last month to target Lashkar-i-Islam, a Taliban faction that has strongholds in Khyber Agency.

    Read more: Clash kills two soldiers, four militants in North Waziristan

    At least two soldiers and four militants were killed in an exchange of fire in North Waziristan near the Afghan border, the military said on Monday.

    North Waziristan has become a major base for the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (Pakistani Taliban), which rose up against the state in 2007.

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    Re: Operation ‘Khyber-1′ Launched

    Five LI militants, including key commander, killed in Khyber clash



    PESHAWAR: Five militants were killed, including a key Lashkar-i-Islam (LI) commander Spinbat, in a clash with fighters belonging to the peace committee Tauheedul Islam, in Khyber Agency's Tirah valley on Thursday.

    Official sources said that the militants attacked the peace committee volunteers in the remote Narai Baba area of Tirah Valley. This led to a gun battle between the two groups and left five militants dead, including their key commander Spinbat.

    Seven peace volunteers, who belonged to peace committee Tauheedul Islam, were also injured in the clash.

    Khyber Agency is one of Pakistan’s seven semi-autonomous tribal regions in the area, where Pakistani Taliban and Al Qaeda-linked militants are said to have carved out strongholds.

    Pakistan's military launched the operation ‘Khyber-1’ last month with air strikes against LI hideouts in areas under the Mangal Bagh-led group’s control in Tirah and Bara.

    The operation was launched amidst Zarb-i-Azb, a full-fledged military operation being conducted by the army against Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and other militants in the North Waziristan tribal region.

    The military operation has reportedly seen a number of militant hideouts attacked and destroyed. It has also left over 245,482 people displaced.
    http://www.dawn.com/news/1144198/fiv...n-khyber-clash
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    Re: Operation ‘Khyber-1′ Launched

    Pakistan Army needs to be 100x more tenacious than these militants. The Uzbeks need to be permanently flushed out.
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    Re: Operation ‘Khyber-1′ Launched

    Quote Originally Posted by RazPaK View Post
    Pakistan Army needs to be 100x more tenacious than these militants. The Uzbeks need to be permanently flushed out.
    They are doing a good job yaar. We are seeing less terrorist attacks now and also every other day we hear these stupids are being exterminated

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