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Pakistani Taliban raise funds through street crime




US 'fighting a war' in Pakistan: Panetta




Security forces killed 11 Taliban fighters in Upper Dir. The Taliban killed one civilian while attempting to assassinate the governor of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, and destroyed three NATO fuel tankers in Dasht.




Pakistani PM asks militants to shun violence




Pakistani Taliban signal willingness to conduct peace talks

Both Waliur Rehman Mehsud and Faqir Mohammed have recently stated that the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan is open to peace talks with the Pakistani government. Waliur Rehman said he would like Saudi Arabia to mediate.


Taliban launch attack on Pakistani border outpost

Thirty Taliban fighters and one security officer were killed during the fighting in Upper Dir.


The Taliban killed a policeman in Bannu and torched two NATO fuel tankers in Bolan. Pakistan contacted Saudi Arabia and Yemen about repatriating Osama bin Laden's family.




Afghanistan - Govt, world community asked to stop Pakistani attacks




Pakistan - Alarm over surge in grenade attacks




Pakistan - Drone attacks are unacceptable: FO





The US White House said cooperation with Pakistan is vital. Security forces killed four Taliban fighters in Swat and arrested three more in Islamabad, and detained three German nationals in Jhelum. The Taliban bombed a NATO fuel tanker in Khyber.




Pakistan contacts Saudi Arabia, Yemen to repatriate Bin Laden's wives




Pakistan cooperation vital to US security: White House




Is The Haqqani Network In Pakistan's National Interest?




Pakistan: An America-shaped hole




Afghan president Hamid Karzai said the Taliban "can't move a finger" without Pakistani support. Gulbuddin Hekmatyar said the US is responsible for the security situation in Pakistan.




Al Qaeda releases lecture by leader thought killed with Kashmiri

Ustadh Ahmad Farooq, the chief of al Qaeda's propaganda efforts in Pakistan, was thought to have been killed in a Predator strike with Ilyas Kashmiri.


Afghanistan civil war a significant risk, 'cold-eyed' British review to warn




Hamid Karzai admits Afghanistan 'security failure'




Pakistani Army ready to counter cross-border attacks


 
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