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Pakistan - TTP say they will not extend ceasefire, but will continue talks




Trial of jihadist cleric expected to highlight ex-Guantanamo detainee's al Qaeda role

Feroz Ali Abbasi was once held at Guantanamo and US officials have accused him of agreeing to take part in al Qaeda's attacks against the West. He was transferred to Britain in 2005, but his story is a key part of the case against Abu Hamza al Masri, whose trial began this week in New York.


Anxious China emerges as diplomatic player in Afghanistan




Pakistan - 108 kidnapped tribesmen released




Pakistan Says Talks with Taliban in Comprehensive Phase




Pakistan: Taliban factions clash, killing dozens




Pakistani Taliban plot with seminaries to assault capital: police




One dead as gunmen attack NATO trucks in Jamrud




Norway - Hundreds of immigrant kids sent abroad to study




Pakistani leader of banned sectarian group gets parliament seat




Social Media Jihad: Open interview with al Qaeda's sharia official in Pakistan




Dozens killed in Taliban infighting in South Waziristan




Pakistani Taliban launch website, which is promptly taken down




Delays in Effort to Refocus CIA From Drone War




Pakistani couple gets death over 'blasphemous' text message




Former Guantanamo detainee killed while leading jihadist group in Syria

Ibrahim Bin Shakaran, a Moroccan who spent more than three years at the Guantanamo Bay detention facility before being freed, has been killed while leading Sham al Islam in Latakia. Bin Shakaran had run a recruiting network for Abu Musab al Zarqawi after being released by the US.


Leftover US equipment in Afghanistan up for grabs for Pakistan




Escalating attacks jangle nerves ahead of crucial Afghan vote




Exclusive: Pakistan Taliban agrees to ceasefire to help Afghan allies




Qaeda Militants Seek Syria Base, US Officials Say