Support The Long War Journal
Support The Long War Journal


Dear Long War Journal readers: A heartfelt thank you to all of you who helped us reach our fundraising goal of $25,000. Your generous donation will ensure we can continue our mission to report on the Long War. - Bill Roggio, Thomas Joscelyn, Lisa Lundquist, and the contributors.

Results tagged “Pakistan”

Would you like to limit the tag results display to a specific section?

If you do, then pick any of the sections below:

Or simply go to the aggregated tag results from:



India, Pakistan and their growing nuclear arsenal




Afghanis seek peace with the Taliban in Pakistan




The way out of Afghanistan




ISAF, Afghan forces killed deputy shadow governor in the north

Bahadur had close ties to the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan, an al Qaeda affiliate, and was also linked to Taliban leaders in Pakistan.


New defection leaves Pakistan with minority government




The US killed 19 "militants," including four "foreigners" in three separate airstrikes in North Waziristan. Prime Minister Gilani said the US would ultimately end the Predator strikes as they are "counterproductive."




India, Pakistan exchange lists of nuclear installations




US efforts fail to convince Pakistan's top general to target Taliban




US to send agents to fight Afghan smuggling




US Predators strike 3 times in North Waziristan

predator-uav.jpgFour "foreigners" were reported killed in one of the strikes.


US missiles kill 6 in northwest Pakistan




Taliban leader was killed, Afghans say




Pakistanis rally against changing blasphemy law




US Predators killed four Haqqani Network fighters in an airstrike in North Waziristan. The Taliban freed 23 captive tribal leaders after making them swear on the Koran not to support the government. The Taliban killed one person in a bombing in Lakki Marwat.




Chilling details emerge about Danish attack plot suspects




Drones aided by 'human assets' on the ground




Islamists lead Pakistan strike in political crisis




Is Pakistan losing ground in its Taliban war?




Danish newspaper plotter arrested twice before

One of the suspects arrested this week for allegedly plotting an attack against the Danish newspaper that published controversial cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed had been arrested twice before. He and his supporters claimed both times that he was merely vacationing.


Al Qaeda, Taliban create female suicide cells in Pakistan and Afghanistan

qari-zia-rahman.JPGThe cells are commanded by Qari Zia Rahman, the dual-hatted Taliban and al Qaeda leader who heads forces in northeastern Afghanistan and northwestern Pakistan.
 
230