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US Preparing for Pakistan to Restrict Support for Afghan War

Suicide bomber kills 20 Afghans, including member of parliament, at funeral

The member of parliament served as the police chief of Takhar and Kunduz before taking office. The attack was likely carried out by the al Qaeda-linked Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan.

Pakistan - ISO activists stage rally against Jamiat attack

A Taliban suicide bomber killed seven soldiers during an attack on a base in Bannu. The Taliban bombed a school in Landikotal.

Pakistan - Quetta's Hindus demand govt to protect them from kidnappers, killers

Pakistan Harboured Osama, Former Army Chief Says

US cannot rely on Pakistan for counterterrorism operations

Taliban suicide bomber kills 7 Pakistani troops

The Taliban said the attack was executed to avenge the death of Taj Gul Mehsud. It is the second revenge attack against the Frontier Corps in two days.

CIA has suspended drone attacks in Pakistan, US officials say

Pakistan Military Tries to Quash Rumors of a Coup

The Taliban killed a soldier and captured 15 more after overrunning a fort in Tank. The Taliban confirmed that a commander, Taj Gul Mehsud, was killed in a US drone strike in October. The military rejected ISAF's findings on the Mohmand incident.

Taliban avenge death of commander killed in October drone strike

The Taliban killed one Pakistani trooper and captured 15 more to avenge the death of Taj Gul Mehsud, a senior deputy to Hakeemullah Mehsud.

'Pak Army does not agree' with ISAF findings on Mohmand incident

US CentCom cancels briefing to Pakistan on NATO attack

US offers $10 million reward for Iran-based al Qaeda financier

The US government is offering a $10 million reward for information leading to the capture of Yasin al Suri, a senior al Qaeda facilitator based in Iran. Al Suri was designated by the Treasury Department in July.

The US released its findings on the cross-border clash that resulted in the deaths of 24 Pakistani troops in Mohmand. The military said it killed 16 Taliban fighters in Arakzai. The government admitted it does not control the military or the ISI.

Pakistani fire, mutual errors led to Mohmand troop deaths: ISAF inquiry

Pakistani troops opened fire on US troops, then failed to cease fire after it was clear that US forces, including aircraft, were involved in the engagement.

Report Blames Both US and Pakistan for Deadly Errant Airstrike

Exclusive: Pakistan army wants Zardari out but not a coup

Pakistan's government admits it has no control over military, ISI