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Haqqani Network blamed for coordinated attacks in Afghanistan

Afghan official: Haqqanis blamed for Kabul attacks

Taliban Launch Coordinated Attacks Across Afghanistan

Taliban launch coordinated attacks in Kabul and 3 provinces

Suicide bombers and assault teams struck in the capital and in Nangarhar, Paktia, and Logar.

US Predator strike kills 4 'militants' in North Waziristan

The drones leveled a compound near the bazaar in Miramshah. The strike is the first in more than two weeks.

ISI still aiding rebels: Gen. Allen

Al Qaeda touts operations in Ghazni

Pakistan's ISI behind Indian mission blast in Afghanistan: UK intel ex-chief

Taliban Guantanamo detainees agree to Qatar transfer: official

Taliban demand release of bin Laden's wives, kill 7 Pakistani troops

"We will carry out suicide bombings against security forces and the government across the country," a Taliban spokesman said. The Taliban also threatened two female Pakistani activists who have worked for the well-being of women and children in Pakistan.

Pakistan - Taliban in talks to end 'serious differences'

The Afghan Response to the 2012 Koran Burning Incident

Taliban 'offer every assistance' to al Qaeda, says terrorist leader

New light on drone war's death toll

Secret US cable warned of Pakistani havens

Suicide assault team attacks police in Peshawar

The Abdullah Azzam Brigade claimed the attack and said it was carried out to avenge the death of Badr Mansoor, an al Qaeda and Taliban leader who was killed in a US drone strike on Feb. 9.

US Says Pakistan Upbeat on Eventual Cooperation

Pakistan - Malik says 27 terrorist groups involved in Benazir's murder

Resurgence of Pakistan's religious right

Turkish jihadists eulogize commander killed in Waziristan

Emir-Yunis.jpgSinan Tekin, a Turkish national who was known as Emir Yunis, led a group of foreign fighters along the Afghan-Pakistani border.