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The chief minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa said the government may provide security to NATO convoys moving through Pakistan. Security officials claimed US helicopters violated Pakistan's airspace at Chaman. Security forces killed four "extremists" in Mardan. More than 30 people have been killed in violence in Karachi.




Pakistan says it is key to Taliban peace talks




'Salafist group' allied with Taliban, al Qaeda behind kidnapping of slain British aid worker

Jamaat ul Dawa al Quran kidnapped Linda Norgrove and had intended to transfer her to senior Taliban and al Qaeda leaders.


Terrorism remains major challenge - Australian FM




Reports of secret talks exaggerated, Holbrooke says




Pakistan aid workers in row with US over Stars and Stripes 'logo'




Hamburg-based Islamists targeted in US drone attack




Germany steps up terrorism probes




Mission to stop nuclear terrorism




Blunt US warnings to Pakistan prompted by terrorism fear




Pakistan - Kidnapping-for-ransom main source of Taliban™s earning




Karzai: 'Unofficial personal contacts' taking place with Taliban




Pakistan: street rage and sectarian bombings




US Predators killed seven "militants" in a strike in North Waziristan. The Taliban took credit for destroying 27 NATO fuel trucks in Mithri and bombed three girls' schools in Mohmand. Former President Musharraf said he backs talks with the Taliban.




Al Qaeda in North Africa seen as key Europe threat




JUD not a soft underbelly - Musharraf




US Predators kill 7 'militants' in al Qaeda hub in North Waziristan

The strike is the latest in the Mir Ali area, a known stronghold of Abu Kasha al Iraqi and al Qaeda.


India - Finally, local don's Headley link found




Judge finds that Kuwaiti Gitmo detainee was no charity worker

A district judge denied a Kuwaiti Gitmo detainee's petition for a writ of habeas corpus in September. The detainee, Fayiz al Kandari, claims that he was a mere charity worker, but he was really an influential al Qaeda recruiter with ties to a terror cell that launched an attack on the US Marines in 2002.


Pakistan reopened the Khyber Pass to NATO traffic. The government is considering taxing NATO supplies crossing the border. Security forces killed five Taliban fighters in Swat and five "militants" in Khyber.


 
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