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Global terror attack deaths rose sharply in 2013, says report




Long-troubled Afghan government undergoes overhaul




Pakistan backs Afghan move to bring in Taliban




In Shift, Pakistanis Fleeing War Flow Into Beleaguered Afghanistan




Taliban splinter group releases photos of suicide bomber who attacked Pakistani border crossing

Jamaat-ul-Ahrar announced that a fighter known as Hanifullah executed the deadly suicide attack on Nov. 2 at the Wagah border crossing.


The school that says Osama Bin Laden was a hero




'Foreign militants' reported killed in latest US drone strike in Pakistan

Eight of the 18 US drone strikes in Pakistan since June 11 have occurred in the Datta Khel area of North Waziristan, which is a known hub for al Qaeda.


Powerful Afghan Police Chief Puts Fear in Taliban and Their Enemies




Port Authority Officer Kept Sources With Ties to Iran Attacks




Pakistan objects to Pentagon report that mentions jihadist sanctuaries, use of terrorist proxies




Pakistan mob kills Christian couple over alleged 'blasphemy'




Pakistan border attack shows Islamists′ strength




Spy agencies averted more deaths in Pakistan-India border bomb: sources




Suicide bomber strikes in Pakistan at border crossing with India

Jamaat-ul-Ahrar, a recently formed splinter group of the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan, and Jundallah both claimed credit for the suicide attack in Wagah that killed more than 50 people.


Pakistan condemns drone strike that targeted 'good Taliban'




Arab, Haqqani Network commanders reported killed in latest drone strike in South Waziristan

Reports surfaced that an al Qaeda commander known as "Adil" was killed in the eighth recorded drone strike in Pakistan this year.


Bangladesh Islamist Party Chief Sentenced to Death




Pakistan: Court Acquits a Suspect Charged in the Murder of Daniel Pearl




Taliban control 3 districts in Afghan provinces of Wardak and Kunduz

One of the districts was the location of the shoot down of a US helicopter that resulted in the deaths of 31 special operations personnel, including 17 US Navy SEALs, in 2011.


The Pakistani military claimed it killed 30 Taliban fighters, including a commander named Daud Matta, in airstrikes in North Waziristan. The US added South Waziristan Taliban commander Khan Said to the list of global terrorists. The Taliban in Bajaur threatened polio vaccination workers. The Taliban in Khyber threatened to destroy the homes of tribesmen who may leave during a planned Pakistani military operation.


 
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