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Major attack would damage Pakistan alliance: US official




Haqqani Network facilitator targeted in Badakhshan




Pakistan rejects reports of nuclear insecurity




US Predator strike kills 3 Haqqani Network fighters in North Waziristan

predator-uav.jpgThe fighters are said to be loyal to Jan Baz Zadran, the senior Haqqani Network leader who was killed in a Predator strike three weeks ago.


Afghanistan urges Pakistan to act on militants




US adds senior Haqqani Network leader to terrorist list

Haji Mali Khan, who is currently in US custody, is the sixth senior Haqqani Network leader added to the list of specially designated global terrorists.


Haqqani Militants Act Like Pakistan's Protected Partners




Pakistan Spy Agency's Help Sought for Afghan Talks




Haqqani network may be linked to Kabul suicide attack: officials




Afghan insurgency: A lethal legion




Taliban Hit Shows Grim Skill




Haqqani Network Sends Message With Kabul Attacks




Pakistani wolf to guard Afghan henhouse




Suicide bomber kills 17 in Kabul, including 5 ISAF troops

A suicide bomber flipped an up-armored Rhino in the capital; the Taliban claimed credit for the attack. Three Australian soldiers were killed in Kandahar, and a female suicide bomber attacked Afghan intelligence officials in Kunar.


'Safe havens in Pakistan remain the insurgency's greatest enabler': DoD report




2 senior al Qaeda leaders killed in recent drone strikes in Pakistan

Abu Miqdad al Masri and Abd al Rahman al Yemeni both were involved in al Qaeda's external operations. Al Masri was also a member of al Qaeda's Shura Majlis.


Clinton wants Mulla Omar in peace talks




Afghanistan: Pakistan accused of backing Taliban




ISI maintains ties with, supports Haqqani network: US senator




Militants Grab Headlines -- Again -- As Clinton Visits Pakistan