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India rejects Pakistan's proposal to move artillery from LoC

Pakistani authorities arrested six TTP terrorists during raids outside Islamabad. Four wanted terror suspects, including a leader of Lashkar-i-Jhangvi, have been captured. In two separate shootings in the Peshawar area on Tuesday, an intelligence official and a policeman were killed.

Pakistan - No more bumpy ride for motorists on Torkham road

Pakistan death squads go after informants to US drone program

Rabbani murder probe: Kabul may withdraw from joint commission

Airstrikes Report: Pakistan, US far from same page

CNN makes questionable claim that drone strike wounded Pakistani child

US scaling back expectations on Pakistan

Pakistan and India take steps to prevent accidental nuclear war

US military briefs General Kayani on Nato attack report

Notorious LeJ commander arrested in Waziristan

Security forces killed 12 Taliban fighters in Kurram and two "terrorists" in Dera Ismail Khan. The US urged Pakistan to share the locations of its border posts on the Afghan border to prevent another incident like the one that resulted in the deaths of 24 Pakistani troops in Mohmand.

Turns Out Mullah Omar Was Never on the FBI's Top Terrorists List

Mission impossible for Pakistani progressives?

Pakistan president vows defiance as crises mount

US military urges more trust with Pakistan after probe

Lebanese al Qaeda operative eulogizes Jordanian killed in Afghanistan

Abu Zubaydah al Lubnani praised Abu Kandahar al Zarqawi, who was killed by US forces in late 2010. Before his death, Abu Kandahar helped several "brothers who went to fight."

The military killed 15 Taliban fighters in Kurram and Arakzai. Pakistan has kept NATO's supply lines closed for one month.

'No contact with Taliban' over political office

Al-Qaida leadership almost wiped out in Pakistan, British officials believe