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Sentence count:152Posted:2017-02-11Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: libationcelibatealibiItalianfatalismvitalitytantalizemortalityMeaning: n. a fundamentalist Islamic militia; in 1995 the Taliban militia took over Afghanistan and in 1996 took Kabul and set up an Islamic government. 
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1. Afghan , Pakistani Representatives Hold Jirga on Taliban Conflict.
2. The Taliban like it because it pierces body armour.
3. Kandahar was once a key Taliban stronghold.
4. Some were deterred by the Taliban, who said they would chop off voters' fingers[], and around 400 attacks on polling day.
5. "The Taliban are very strong, " said the taller of the two men, Agha Mansour. "They control the whole area.
6. The Afghan government says Mullah Muhammad Omar, the Taliban leader, is based in Quetta, the capital of Baluchistan.
7. All is well, a propertied Taliban spokesman has told the Reuters news agency the insurgent group will quote "Resist till the last gasp".
8. "Those Taliban who are not part of al-Qaida or other terrorist networks are welcome to come back to their country and lay down arms and resume life under the constitution of Afghanistan, " he said.
9. Day, the Taliban spokesman Sabine Hu Lamu Mujahid from an unknown location by phone, told the media, the organization responsible for this attack.
10. The main Taliban commander here is Anwarul Haq Mujahid, son of a former mujahideen commander, Mohammad Younus Khalis.
11. To the east was the Afghan Taliban, a regime that espoused a ruthless brand of Sunni Islam and viewed Iran's Shia Muslim leaders as heretics.
12. He couldn't talk to the Taliban leader Mullah Mohammed Omar, he said, because he couldn't be found and neither could the Taliban Council.
13. The supreme Taliban leader, Mullah Mohammad Omar, made the city his headquarters when the Taliban came to power in 1996.
14. I don’t want to be thought of as the “girl who was shot by the Taliban” but the “girl who fought for education.” This is the cause to which I want to devote my life. Malala Yousafzai 
15. I want education for the sons and the daughters of all the extremists, especially the TalibanMalala Yousafzai 
16. The danger, he warned, was that one of the powerful Taliban players, such as Bahadur or Nazir, could switch sides again, and instantly expose the army to a much bigger battle in Waziristan.
17. Kabul, Afghanistan: A fortune teller listens to a woman as another awaits her turn. Fortune telling was banned under the Taliban regime.
18. A local journalist based in Lashkar Gah also told BBC Pashto that Taliban fighters remained in many residential areas of Marjah and were defending their positions with heavy weapons.
19. In the third season, one of the finalists was Lema Sahar, a Pashtun woman from Kandahar, the spiritual home of the Taliban.
20. NATO led forces are redeploying around Kandahar to do battle with the Taliban.
21. But there are reports that he closely with Pakistan intelligence agencies, in 2009, agreed to government forces against the Taliban in South Waziristan when he was inside the armed neutrality.
22. Sgt Baz Shaw of3 Commando Brigade Royal Marines, observes a hole in the roof while searching a known Taliban firing point in Afghanistan.
23. The three-party talks come on the heels of a peace agreement between Islamabad and Taliban elements that allows for the implementation of Islamic law in Pakistan's Swat Valley.
24. Elite troops had just spent five days attacking the Taliban bastion of Gul Tepa north-west of Kunduz.
25. A key element of our political strategy will be supporting Afghan-led efforts to reintegrate Taliban who renounce al-Qa'ida, lay down their arms, and engage in the political process.
26. The country is subject to brigandage as well as the cruelty of the Taliban and the air raids which Afghans find so outrageous.
27. Maulvi Faqir Mohammad is the chief commander of the Taliban in Bajaur.
28. Pakistan's ambassador in Washington, Husain Haqqani, vehemently denied claims the country's intelligence agency, the ISI, had backed the Taliban.
29. Resolution 1617 carries forward a consolidated list of terrorists tied to the Taliban, Usama bin Laden, and Al-Qaida.
30. His declared aim is to shift the military focus to Afghanistan, where the Taliban has resurgent.
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