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US cancels meeting amid Pakistan standoff

A suicide bomber wounded three soldiers in Malakand. A court issued a warrant for former President Pervez Musharraf for involvement in the murder of Benazir Bhutto. The US demanded full immunity for a consular official detained after killing two people in Lahore.

Taliban suicide assault team hits police station in Kandahar

Afghan security officials repelled the assault on the provincial police headquarters in Kandahar. The Taliban also launched other small-scale attacks against police in the provincial capital.

Pakistan TV dramatizes fight against terrorism

Security forces killed 11 Taliban fighters in Swat and detained a suicide bomber in Tank. The Taliban executed five people in Mardan. Pakistan will detain a US consular official for an additional 14 days; the US has demanded his release.

US intelligence chief says al-Qaida still greatest threat

Afghan government says prisoner directed attacks

The failure of Pakistan's 'clear and hold' strategy

Pakistan - President swears in first batch of new cabinet

Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan tape highlights foreign fighters, operations against Pakistani military

Abul-Harith.JPGA recently released videotape glorifies IMU fighters from Europe, North Africa, and Central Asia; lauds a Pakistani Taliban commander; and shows footage of IMU operations in South Waziristan.

Islamic Jihad Group operative captured in Afghan north

The IJG facilitator "is responsible for coordinating the movement of foreign fighters from Iran and Pakistan into Afghanistan," ISAF stated.

Defection reveals foreigners' role in Somali war

A teenage suicide bomber killed 31 Pakistani Army recruits at a military base in Mardan; the Taliban claimed the attack. The military successfully test-fired a cruise missile capable of carrying nuclear weapons.

Italian judge orders former Gitmo detainee freed

A former Gitmo detainee convicted of terrorism-related charges was freed from an Italian jail on Monday. Adel Ben Mabrouk, a Tunisian who lived in Italy for much of the 1990s, was a member of a known al Qaeda network in Italy prior to his detention at Guantanamo. Mabrouk was captured after fleeing the Tora Bora Mountains in late 2001.

Pakistan: Detained US official met Taliban-linked extremists

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