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68 Pakistani Lawyers Are Charged With Blasphemy After Protesting the Police

US drone strikes target Lashkar-e-Islam fighters in eastern Afghanistan

US airstrikes killed upwards of 10 jihadists in three airstrikes in the Nayzan district in Nangarhar province.

Christians persecuted at alarming rate in Iran, Arab world, US report says

Lawyer for doctor in Bin Laden case quits over security

US urges Pakistan to probe lawyer's killing

CIA's plan to retrench in Afghanistan worries US military

Abu Hamza trial: cleric describes London as melting pot for militants from around the world

Paying Homage to Bin Laden, Pakistani Mosque Re-emerges as Bastion of Militancy

Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif urges time for Taliban talks

Iran may seal border with Pakistan

Why ISI spy posters are all over Islamabad

The Taliban killed an Army officer and two soldiers in an IED attack in an area between North and South Waziristan. Police claimed to have killed a Taliban commander who engineered the prison break in Dera Ismail Khan in 2013.

Attack on Journalist Starts Battle in Pakistani Press

Afghan Taliban broker ceasefire between rival TTP factions

Pakistan, Ending Its Observance of Cease-Fire, Launches Airstrikes Against Taliban

Attack on Journalist Spurs New Dispute in Pakistan

Pakistan library named 'Bin Laden' in Islamic school

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