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Afghan defence minister sees better Pakistan cooperation

Pakistan - CIA chief phones ISI head; discusses Davis issue

Taliban bet on fear over brawn as tactic

Tensions rise between US, Pakistan spy agencies

US begins withdrawing forces from Kunar's Pech Valley

Taliban torch NATO tankers, kill 4 drivers in Peshawar

More than 20 Taliban fighters attacked a convoy carrying fuel for NATO forces in Afghanistan.

With eye on strike missions, US plans to realign troops in remote Afghan valley

US pulling back in Afghan valley it called vital to war

Music and mafia: life under Afghanistan's neo-Taliban

US Predators kill 6 'militants' in North Waziristan strike

The strike hit a car and a compound in the Datta Khel area, a known haven for al Qaeda and allied terrorist groups.

US Predators killed six "militants" in North Waziristan. The Taliban killed five security personnel during an attack on a military outpost in Khyber and torched two NATO fuel tankers

Experts say Gaddafi relying on paramilitary forces, foreign mercenaries to crush protests

Security forces killed 10 "terrorists" in attacks on hideouts in Kurram. Police arrested 35 "miscreants" during a series of raids in Rawalpindi. Five "criminals," including a Lashkar-e-Jhangvi operative, were arrested in Karachi.

Pakistan's intelligence ready to split with CIA

State actors in Pakistan involved with terror outfits: India

Pakistan - Artists, students can't leave country without clearance: Malik

Judge finds Gitmo detainee was no 'Gucci jihadist'

In an opinion released on Feb. 18, a DC district judge denied the habeas corpus petition of Guantanamo detainee Mashour Abdullah Muqbel al Sabri; the decision contradicts earlier district court rulings in important ways. Al Sabri's career demonstrates that there was extensive overlap between Taliban and al Qaeda operations prior to Sept. 11, 2001.

CIA drones may be avoiding Pakistani civilians

Pakistan - What next?

Midlevel Taliban admit to a rift with top leaders