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Al Qaeda 'paramilitary commander,' Haqqani Network leader reported killed in recent drone strike

Abu Saif al Jaziri is an al Qaeda "paramilitary commander"; Maulana Akhtar Zadran is from the same tribe as Mullah Sangeen, who works closely with al Qaeda and is thought to be holding the only US soldier who has been captured in Afghanistan.


Afghanistan military forces fighting in mountainous border still face aggressive fight




Pakistan accused of aiding Nangarhar rebels




Special Report: Taliban Suicide Bombings in Review




Pakistan - KP writes to PM for national policy on terror




Senior Pakistani Taliban leader gunned down in Peshawar




Afghanistan, Pakistan at loggerheads over peace efforts




US drones killed six Haqqani Network fighters in a strike in Danday Darpa Khel in North Waziristan. The Taliban killed six Frontier Corps troops in an attack in Peshawar.




Pakistan - Fatwa issued against suicide bombings, targeted killings and terrorism




Pakistan builds new training centres for Taliban




Taliban deny power-sharing concept with Afghan government




US drones kill 17 in first strike in Pakistan in nearly a month

The strike took place in a village where two senior Haqqani Network leaders have been killed by the US over the past several years.


A Lashkar-i-Jhangvi suicide bomber killed at least 28 Shia Hazara, including a number of women, near a Shia congregation hall in Quetta. A car bomb attack on a Frontier Corps convoy on the outskirts of Peshawar killed at least 18 civilians, and injured nine FC members and 46 civilians. A roadside bomb in North Waziristan killed four soldiers and wounded 20 more. Police arrested five Taliban in Karachi. UK Prime Minister David Cameron called on President Sharif to take "tough and uncompromising" measures against extremists; intelligence reports indicate that British extremists are becoming radicalized in Pakistan.




Pakistan - Chinese mountaineer narrates dramatic escape




The military claimed to have killed 75 terrorists during a 34-day operation in 28 villages in the Para Chamkani area of the Kurram tribal agency that began on May 11; during the operation, 21 soldiers were killed and 86 wounded, and 15,000 civilians were dislocated. Security officials believe the recent assassination of a high court judge was planned from within Karachi Central Jail by militants associated with the Taliban and the Lashkar-e-Janghvi.




Who is who in Taliban's Qatar negotiators?




Don't Talk With the Taliban




Pakistan - Security lapse?: '12 high court judges without police escorts




16 Nanga Parbat attackers identified




12 killed as Pakistani Taliban target antiterrorism judge in Karachi


 
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