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Taliban deny Canadian man Joshua Boyle's allegations

Ottawa, Oct 16 (IBNS): The Taliban have denied Canadian man Joshua Boyle's allegations that the kidnappers had raped his wife and killed one of his children in the captivity, media reports said.

Canadian man released from Taliban captivity says kidnappers raped his wife, killed child

Ottawa, Oct 14 (IBNS): A Canadian man, who has been released along with his family from the Taliban captivity in Afganistan, said the kidnappers had raped his wife and killed one of his children, media reports said.

Kidnapped Canadian couple in Pakistan released after five years

Ottawa, Islamabad, Oct 12 (IBNS): A Canadian couple, who were kidnapped in 2012 during backpacking through Central Asia, have been released after five years, media reports said.

Imran Khan slams US for sending message against Pakistan on terrorism and Afghanistan

Lahore, Aug 22 (IBNS): Cricketer-turned politician Imran Khan, who is in the run to become the next Pakistan Prime Minister, slammed the US on Tuesday for sending a message against his country on terrorism and Afganistan, media reports said.

Afghanistan: At least 45 ISIS militants killed in US airstrike

Kabul, Aug 17 (JEN): At least 45 ISIS militants were killed in an airstrike carried out by the US army in Afghanistan's Nangarhar province, local Khaama Press reported.

Progress on economy, improving security is imperative for Afghanistan, UN envoy reports

New York, June 22 (Just Earth News):Progress on the economy and improving security is imperative so that Afghans have confidence in their Government, the United Nations envoy in Afghanistan said on Tuesday.