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Drone attacks 'linked' to suspected Europe terror plot




Pakistani customs officials stopped 152 NATO supply trucks from crossing the Chaman border into Afghanistan. Two Pakistani soldiers were killed in an IED attack in North Waziristan. A teacher at the Jamia Binoria madrassa in Karachi who was associated with the Sipah-i-Sahab was murdered outside his home.




Taliban 'remove German militants' bodies' after attack




'German Taliban' video posted on al-Qaeda website




US Military orders less dependence on fossil fuels




German Islamists reported killed in US drone attack




IMU-linked Taliban shadow governor captured in Afghan north

Coalition and Afghan forces captured Saifullah, the shadow district governor of Chahar Darah in Kunduz, a known Taliban and Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan safe haven.


Times Square bomber faces sentencing in NYC




Secret talks with the Taliban?




Wanted Saudi al Qaeda operative killed in Afghanistan airstrike

Al Qaeda announced the death of Sa'ad Mohammad al Shahri, a Saudi citizen who has been on a list of most wanted by the Kingdom since 2005.


Germany plays down threat of terror sttack




US drone 'kills eight Germans' in Pakistan amid terror plot fears




EU plot, German jihadis and the Waziristan connection




Eight German militants killed in Pakistan drone strike




British intelligence agents sent to foil attacks on Games




US Predators killed eight Germans in an airstrike in North Waziristan. Six Afghan "terrorists" were detained in a security sweep in Hangu. The Taliban torched two more NATO fuel tankers and killed a truck driver in Kalat.




8 Germans said killed in Predator strike in North Waziristan

The strike took place in Mir Ali, a known haven for al Qaeda leader Abu Kasha al Iraqi, who supports the Islamic Jihad Group.


Vagueness of alert leaves travelers frustrated




Afghanistan - Security focus shifts to north




Taliban torch another NATO fuel convoy in Islamabad

More than 60 NATO supply trucks and fuel tankers have been destroyed in Taliban attacks since the Pakistani government closed the Khyber Pass to NATO traffic. The latest attack took place near Islamabad.
 
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