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Pakistan delays US envoy Marc Grossman's visit




Hakeemullah Mehsud: dead, or alive?




After Years of Decline, Polio Cases in Afghanistan Triple in a Year




Algerian court sentences ex-Gitmo detainee to 3 years in prison

abdelaziz-Naji.jpgAn Algerian court sentenced Nadji Abdelaziz, a former Guantanamo detainee, to three years in prison on Monday. Abdelaziz served both Lashkar-e-Taiba and al Qaeda, according to memos prepared by Joint Task Force-Guantanamo.


As US-Pakistani relations sink, nations try to figure out 'a new normal'




Pakistan - No talks underway with terrorists: Inspector General of Frontier Corps




Pakistan Supreme Court starts down the road toward a constitutional coup




Afghan War Reflects Changes in Air War




Hakeemullah Mehsud rumored killed in recent drone strike

Hakeemullah-Mehsud-3-thumb.jpgThe report is unconfirmed. Pakistani officials said radio chatter among Taliban fighters indicates he is dead.


Taliban sincere about talks with US: Zaeef




Pakistan - New terms likely for NATO supplies




Pakistan seeks Afghan talks over Taliban: official




Pakistan Taliban leader reported dead in US strike




There's more to peace than Taliban




US intelligence report on Afghanistan sees stalemate




Difa-i-Pakistan: Hafiz Saeed hoping for a 'historic' event in Karachi




UN adds 2 Haqqani Network leaders to terrorist list

Ahmed Jan Wazir and Fazl Rabi serve as key commanders in the Haqqani Network and have ties to the Taliban. Wazir was appointed by Taliban and al Qaeda fighters to command operations in Ghazni province.


Six people were killed during a Taliban attack on a police station in Dera Ismail Khan. Interior Minister Malik denied the government is in talks with the Taliban. General Kayani called the prime minister's criticism of the military "divisive" and said the comments should be withdrawn.




Afghan boy suicide bombers tell how they are brainwashed into believing they will survive




From Prison To Kabul's Presidential Palace


 
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