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Five people were killed in a bombing of a Navy bus in Karachi. Security forces killed seven Taliban fighters in Hangu. The Taliban killed a soldier in Mohmand.




Unity among North Waziristan groups crumbles




Osama bin Laden's escape: A tale of subterfuge and hard cash




Petraeus would helm an increasingly militarized CIA




ISAF captures HIG's provincial commander for Khost

Special operation teams have hammered Hizb-i-Islami Gulbuddin's command in an area of Khost under the control of the Haqqani Network.


Another case of Taliban victimisation




Three people were killed in a bombing of a Navy bus in Karachi. Pakistani forces killed three Afghan troops after launching artillery attacks from South Waziristan. The government denied reports it is seeking to split the US and Afghanistan.




Pakistan urged Afghanistan to distance itself from the West, officials say




Taliban bomb Pakistani Navy buses in Karachi




Karzai told to dump US




Pakistan denies reports of efforts to split US, Afghanistan




Pentagon lists mosques where al-Qaida recruited, reveals WikiLeaks




Pakistan - Selling suicide bombers profitable trade: minister




How al-Qaida planned to bomb Heathrow




Four people were killed in a pair of bombings that targeted Pakistani Navy personnel in Karachi. Security forces arrested four "terrorists" in Rawalpindi. The interior minister said the ISI is being maligned.




Taliban prison break may lead to military and political setback




Dossier shows push for more terror attacks after 9/11




Saudi al Qaeda leader killed in Kunar airstrike

Abu-Hafs-al-Najdi.JPGAbu Hafs al Najdi, a Qaeda's operations chief in Kunar, was wanted by the Saudi government. ISAF said "more than 25 al Qaeda leaders and fighters" have been killed in Afghanistan over the past month.


The growing threat of militants in a corner of Central Asia




Gitmo docs link Pakistani, Iranian, and Yemeni intelligence agencies to al Qaeda

The Matrix of Threat Indicators for Enemy Combatants document, one of hundreds released by WikiLeaks, described the intelligence agencies of Pakistan, Iran, and Yemen as "associated forces" that support al Qaeda.
 
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