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Two Lashkar-e-Jhangvi groups operating in Pakistan: Malik




Multiple insurgents captured in raid targeting IMU leader

Six Afghan members of the al Qaeda-linked Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan were captured in Kunduz two days ago. The IMU in Afghanistan continues to take orders from its Pakistan-based leaders.


Unanimous decision: Peace militia formed in South Waziristan




Talk of Peace With Pakistan Taliban Angers Victims




Afghanistan refuses to hand over Maulvi Faqir




Massive arms bazaar in Abu Dhabi exposes weakness in ATT talks




Pakistan arrests Lashkar-e-Jhangvi leader Malik Ishaq

The al Qaeda-linked leader has dodged numerous murder convictions by killing and intimidating witnesses. The Pakistani government released Ishaq from prison in 2011.


Police arrested a Taliban fundraiser and four "militants" in Karachi. Pakistan requested that Afghanistan extradite former Taliban commander Faqir Mohammed. Police have initiated a blasphemy probe against Sherry Rehman, Pakistan's Ambassador to the US.




Freed Afghan Taliban fighters return to insurgency




UN notes a sharp increase in US drone strikes in Afghanistan




Pakistan announces operation after bombing, but is it just for show?




Former Taliban emir Faqir Mohammed reported captured by Afghan intel

Faqir, who led the Taliban in Bajaur, is said to have been captured in Nangarhar province.


Pakistan Shi'ites demand protection from militants




Renewed Push for Afghans to Make Peace With Taliban




The military killed eight Taliban fighters in Arakzai. The government postponed polio vaccinations in Quetta after yesterday's deadly bombing that killed scores of Shiites.




Pakistan faces growing anger over sectarian bombings




A bombing in Quetta killed 79 Pakistani Shiites and wounded more than 170. Security forces killed a Taliban fighter and detained 12 more during operations in Bannu and Taxila.




US Military Faces Fire as It Pulls Out of Afghanistan




NATO air strikes for Afghan security forces must end: Karzai




Pakistani jets killed eight "militants" in Arakzai. The chief minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa dodged a suicide bombing in Mardan. The fate of the Taliban commander Tariq Afridi is still unknown. The Taliban rejected peace talks.


 
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