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Strategic pact with US excludes military bases: Karzai




The military claimed it killed 33 Taliban fighters in Arakzai. Four civilians and two Pakistani troops were killed during clashes with the Lashkar-e-Islam in Khyber. The government banned the Ahle Sunnat awl Jamaat, formerly the Sipha-e-Sahaba, but no action has been taken against it.




Pakistan - Major operation against terrorists in Gilgit-Baltistan on the cards




Pakistan - New ISI chief not related to Bollywood star: ISPR




Al Qaeda eulogizes senior commander killed in recent drone strike

Badr-Mansoor.jpgUstad Ahmad Farooq, al Qaeda's spokesman for Pakistan, confirmed that Badr Mansoor was killed in a drone strike on Feb. 2012. Farooq accused the Pakistani military and government of supporting the US's drone campaign.


Taliban Guantanamo detainees agree to Qatar transfer: official




Pakistani Hindus seek safety in India




US helps train Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police




Pakistan's Iran pipeline plan further strains ties with US




US State Dept calls Pakistani Taliban threats to Shad Begum 'out of step'




Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat banned in Pakistan: Report




US Predators killed 13 "militants" in a strike in South Waziristan. The Taliban killed seven Pakistani soldiers in North Waziristan and a tribal militia leader in Arakzai, and threatened the military and government if Osama bin Laden's widows are not freed from prison. Prime Minister Gilani named the new chief of the ISI.




IDF kills head of Popular Resistance Committee in Gaza strike




Pakistani School Takes Hands-Off Approach To Combating Extremism




Pakistan names new spymaster




In secret deal, ISI allows US drone war to resume




Hostage tragedy: Nigeria is in danger of turning into a blood-soaked African Pakistan




No plan for anti-drug raids in Afghanistan: Russia




Osama bin Laden's '2004 house in Pakistan' back on the market




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.
 
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