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Pakistan begins demolition of bin Laden's compound

Secret US cable warned of Pakistani havens

Pakistan - Hizb-e-Islami hails appeal

A suicide assault team from the Abdullah Azzam Brigade killed four policemen in Peshawar. Seven "terrorists" and three soldiers were killed during clashes in Khyber. The Taliban bombed a school in Swabi.

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.

Beheadings in Afghanistan Are Grim Reminder of Extremes of Taliban Law

US adds Indonesian group, 3 leaders to terrorism list

Jemaah Anshorut Tauhid and three of its leaders, including the acting emir, who is linked to Jemaah Islamiyah's notorious al Ghuraba cell in Pakistan, have been listed as global terrorists.

Pakistan - Thousands of tribesmen protest US drone strikes

Pakistan - Religious parties protest Quran desecration

Thirteen people were killed in a car bombing at a bus station on the outskirts of Peshawar. Pakistani military officials blamed the US, Israel, and India for fomenting unrest in Baluchistan.

US Says Pakistan Upbeat on Eventual Cooperation

Afghanistan - Taliban Is Still Strong, National Front Says

Unknown "gunmen" killed two security personnel and a civilian in an attack in Abbottabad. The Lashkar-e-Islam killed three people in an IED attack in Khyber.

Pakistan - Compensation policy sought for civilian victims of terrorism

Fury in Pakistan After US Congressman Suggests That a Province Leave

Pakistan receives US surveillance aircraft

Pakistan - Witnesses wanted: Agencies to hand over 900 terror suspects to K-P govt

Karzai claims indirect contact with Mullah Omar

Talk of peace stirs up Qaeda-Taliban tensions

Of 'moderate' Taliban and their willingness to 'talk'