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Pakistanis in denial 10 years after 9/11

Video shows Taliban executing Afghan police commander with recoilless rifle

taliban-execute-recoilless.JPGThe Taliban shouted "Allahu Akbar" after using an 82mm recoilless rifle to execute a police commander in Paktia province in eastern Afghanistan.

Islamabad - 135 suspected terrorists arrested in 2010-11

Ten Lashkar-e-Islam fighters were killed in a bunker that was occupied and then mined by the Taliban in Khyber. The Lashkar-e-Khorasan executed a 'US spy' in North Waziristan. Police in Lahore arrested three men thought to be involved with the kidnapping of an American.

US senators stress complex nature of Pakistan ties

Lashkar-e-Khorasan executes a 'US spy'

Pakistan's Bitter, Little-Known Ethnic Rebellion

Pakistan: Govt launches 'surgical operation' to stop violence

Al Qaeda cell targeted by Treasury Department tied to multiple terror groups

Two senior members of al Qaeda's al Ghuraba cell were designated by the Treasury Department earlier this month. The cell was first broken up in 2003, based on intelligence gleaned from detainees in the CIA's controversial enhanced interrogation program. Lashkar-e-Taiba reportedly provided training for the cell.

US Predators kill 4 'militants' in North Waziristan

predator-uav.jpgThe strike took place in the Mir Ali area, a known haven for a number of terrorist groups.

Young Pakistanis turn to music to beat bombers

US Predators killed four "militants" in the Mir Ali area of North Waziristan. The Taliban torched 19 tankers in Baluchistan that were carrying fuel for NATO forces in Afghanistan.

Pakistan - To defeat terrorism sports academies in KP, FATA planned

Osama bin Laden's wife and five children still imprisoned in Pakistan

Insurgents killed three policemen in Peshawar and two soldiers in North and South Waziristan. Four US officials reportedly dodged a police checkpoint in Peshawar and took refuge in the US Consulate.

Seven more butchered in Karachi

'They come from ISI' - Afghan colonel on insurgent threat

Lieutenant Colonel Nasratullah Nasrat, the commander of Afghan forces in Sabari district in Khost, said that Pakistan's intelligence service fuels the insurgency. He also believes US forces will not withdraw by the 2014 deadline.

From Prada to 'purdah'

Interview: US Special Envoy Marc Grossman On India-Pakistan Relations And Afghanistan's Future

Pakistan's Tribal Area Reforms Too Little, Too Late