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From medieval Taliban to a tech-savvy militia




After NATO strike, Pakistan adjusts rules of engagement




Pakistan cleared ISAF airstrikes that killed its own troops




Pakistan cuts supply lines, but US has options




Pakistan Cleared Fatal Hit, US Says




Mansoor Ijaz, the man who stirred up Pakistan's 'Memogate' storm




Anti-Taliban tribal leader killed in northwest Pakistan

A key anti-Taliban militia commander died in a sophisticated IED attack in Hangu City. Taliban fighters operating in Khyber and Arakzai are likely suspects in the attack.


Zawahiri claims al Qaeda is holding US citizen hostage




Al Qaeda leader al-Zawahiri claims responsibility for kidnapping American




Al Qaeda announces death of Atiyah Abd al Rahman

Atiyah-Ramadan-tape-2011-thumb.jpgAyman al Zawahiri confirmed that Atiyah was killed in a US Predator drone strike in August. Atiyah was one of al Qaeda's top leaders.


Jihadists announce deaths of 21 Turks linked to the Haqqani Network

Another Turkish fighter is said to have been killed in a recent US Predator airstrike in Mir Ali, Pakistan.


The military killed 12 "militants" during fighting in Kurram. The Taliban killed the head of a "peace committee" in Hangu.




NATO attack on Pakistani troops not deliberate: US




Mere apology won't work: Pakistan




UAE demands NATO must apologise




Pakistan may summon BBC as news channel blocked




IMU names 87 'martyrs' killed during past year

Abdullah-Miqdad.jpgThe Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan said commanders and fighters from Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Russia, and Germany have been killed during fighting in Afghanistan and Pakistan.


Jamaat-ud-Dawa vows to make Pakistan a Taliban state




Afghan officials show scant remorse for Pakistan's military casualties




Strategy on Afghanistan unchanged: US State Dept


 
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