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Berkeley considers inviting Guantanamo detainees




Major terror assaults on security targets in Pakistan's cities, 2009-2011

The Taliban have launched 18 major suicide attacks and terror assaults on military, police, and intelligence installations throughout Pakistan since March 2009.


Nuclear experts say Pakistan may be building 4th plutonium reactor




Jundallah propaganda video: Jihadis answer call to arms




US permanent bases vital to Afghanistan: experts




US designates al Qaeda, Haqqani Network leaders as terrorists

Said Jan 'Abd al Salam, an Afghan, ran an al Qaeda training camp in Pakistan. Khalil al Rahman Haqqani is a key fundraiser who has traveled to the UAE and aided al Qaeda military operations.


The Taliban killed one civilian in a bombing in Charsadda. Security forces detained a female suicide bomber and five other people in Bajaur. Three US congressmen threatened to suspend aid to Pakistan if a consular official is not freed from custody.




Tora Bora Military Front commander speaks at funeral of former Gitmo detainee

Anwar ul Haq Mujahid, who had formerly been detained and released by Pakistan, spoke at Awar Gul's funeral in Nangarhar province. An official Taliban statement was read, praising Gul as "the renowned commander." In addition, Afghan President Hamid Karzai called for the release of a top Taliban official from Guantanamo.


The Taliban killed two soldiers and a policeman in IED attacks in Bannu and Peshawar, and bombed 13 trucks, including four NATO fuel tankers in Peshawar. A US inspector general report said USAID has not shown that more than $4 billion in funds for Pakistan has been properly spent.




Report: US needs to show progress on Pakistan aid




Pakistan taxes Afghan-bound goods, NATO still exempt




Geography and history of the Afghanistan-Pakistan region




In eastern Afghanistan, at war with the Taliban's shadowy rule




The Taliban killed a policeman in Bannu and attacked five NATO oil tankers in Mithri Baluchistan, destroying two of them. The wife of a man killed by a US consular official in Lahore committed suicide.




Pakistan - Lives at risk as terrorist threat to shrines remains




Taliban mourn death of 'eminent commander' at Gitmo




The Taliban executed four people accused of "spying for Indian and Jewish intelligence agencies" in Karak, and killed three civilians in Khyber. More than 20,000 people have fled Mohmand due to a military operation.




Ayman al Zawahiri's deputy releases statement in support of Egyptian opposition

Thirwat Salah Shehata, a top al Qaeda operative who has long served Ayman al Zawahiri, has released a statement in support of the Egyptian protesters. According to a Saudi publication, Shehata issued the statement from Iran.


Taliban execute 4 'spies' in Pakistan's northwest

The Taliban accused the four men of "spying for Indian and Jewish intelligence agencies." The murders took place in Karak.


Jamaat, Hizbul hold anti-India meet in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir


 
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