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Taliban 'offer every assistance' to al Qaeda, says terrorist leader

Pakistan Builds Web Wall Out in the Open

Pakistan - Mysterious backlash: Team asked to investigate missing containers finds their names in FIR

Pakistan - Police bar Ahmadis from entering worship centre

Fifty-five Pakistanis, including 10 soldiers were killed in fighting and a suicide attack in Khyber. The Taliban killed an intelligence officer and a Chinese woman in Peshawar.

55 Pakistanis killed in violence in Khyber

A suicide bomber killed 22 people outside a mosque, while 10 Pakistani soldiers and 23 Lashkar-e-Islam fighters were killed in a clash at a military checkpoint.

Osama bin Laden hid terror codes in two copies of the Bible

Pakistan - Minorities voice concern for their rights

Security forces killed 18 Taliban fighters during shelling in Kurram and Orakzai. Officials claimed NATO forces wounded six people in cross-border mortar attacks. Secretary of State Clinton said Pakistan is not justified to detain a Pakistani doctor who aided in the hunt of Osama bin Laden.

Suicide bombers sold for Rs2m, says Pakistani minister

US General Says Closure Of Pakistan Supply Routes Complicates Afghan Pullout

Afghanistan - Bracing for mass evictions from Pakistan

Majid Khan Pleads Guilty to Terrorism Plots in Military Court

Key Al-Qaida Witness: Hamburg Islamist to Stand Trial in Germany

Foiled Delhi blast: Homegrown jihadis Lashkar's latest weapon

A court acquitted Lal Masjid cleric Maulana Abdullah Aziz of two counts of treason for supporting the Taliban in South Waziristan and inciting against the military. The Lashkar-e-Islam killed a woman and a child in a bombing in Khyber. NATO aircraft reportedly violated Pakistani airspace over South Waziristan.

Taliban claim CIA 'fabricated' truce letter from Mullah Omar

The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan issued a formal denial of a letter calling for a ceasefire that was purportedly signed by Mullah Omar. Instead, the Taliban vowed to "intensify its operations against the Americans, their allies and their despicable internal supporters and [to] continue unabatedly with its sacred Jihad."

Jundallah kills 18 Shia travelers in northern Pakistan

The Pakistani terror group is closely tied to al Qaeda and the Taliban, and has attacked Shia worshipers in Pakistani mosques in the past.

"Gunmen" opened fire on a bus in Kohistan, killing 18 Shia passengers. Four Pakistani soldiers and 10 Taliban fighters were killed during a clash in South Waziristan.

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