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WikiLeaks: Afghan MPs and religious scholars 'on Iran payroll'




Pak cleric offers Rs 5 lakhs for killing Christian woman




US drone attack raises uncomfortable questions for Germany




The US added Amanullah Afrid, the top leader of the Lashkar-e-Jhangvi; Matiur Rehman, LeJ's operations chief; and Abdul Rauf Azhar, senior leader in Jaish-e-Mohammed, to its list of global terrorists. The Taliban killed a NATO truck driver and torched his truck in Mardan,




EU must spend more to fight terrorism: counter-terror chief




US designates Pakistan-based leaders of Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, Jaish-e-Mohammed as terrorists

Matiur-Rehman.jpgAmanullah Afrid, the top leader of the Lashkar-e-Jhangvi; Matiur Rehman, LeJ's operations chief; and Abdul Rauf Azhar, senior leader in Jaish-e-Mohammed, have been added to the US' list of terrorists.


Thai police link forgery arrests to huge terror cell




Denuclearising Pakistan




Ceremony marks end of US military's Pakistan flood relief operations




Security forces killed two Taliban fighters in Swat. The Taliban torched a NATO fuel tanker in Khudzar. Prime Minister Gilani said the government made the decision to take action on North Waziristan, and the timing of an operation is in the Army's hands.




Shahbaz Sharif 'tipped off' Mumbai terror group




Pakistan's flood aid 'unspent and mismanaged'




US Special Forces teams deployed with Pakistani Army

Small teams have been secretly deployed to Pakistani military headquarters in the tribal areas to provide intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance support to units fighting the Taliban in Bajaur and in North and South Waziristan.


Pakistan rejects fears over its nuclear weapons




Hamid Gul blamed to support Taliban against Nato forces




Wikileaks: Pakistan rejects US fears on nuclear arms




Wikileaks: Pakistan privately approved drone strikes




Nuclear fuel memos expose wary dance With Pakistan




A suicide bomber killed a policeman and five civilians in Bannu. Three Taliban fighters blew themselves up after being surrounded by police in Buner. Police arrested four Taliban fighters in Karachi. A Jaish-e-Mohammed member was killed in Karachi.




Pakistani woman publicly lashed by Taliban seeks justice


 
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