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Pakistan peace initiative: Maulana Aziz strikes a discordant note




At Pakistan's 'Taliban U,' jihadists major in anti-Americanism




US stops adding al Qaeda leaders to 'kill list'




State designates leader of Lashkar-e-Jhanghvi as global terrorist

Malik Ishaq leads the Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, an al Qaeda-linked group that has conducted numerous suicide attacks in Pakistan and has targeted Americans.


US to Curb Pakistan Drone Program




US adds 3 senior Haqqani Network leaders to terrorism list

Two of the Haqqani Network leaders have close ties to al Qaeda; one of them has traveled to Saudi Arabia to fundraise as recently as late 2013. The other is a member of the Miramshah Shura and coordinates operations with the Taliban.


U.S. curtails drone strikes in Pakistan as officials there seek peace talks with Taliban




Pakistani Taliban Announces Delegation To Talks With Government




US, Turkey realize al Qaeda threat in Syria




Pakistan PM Scotches Speculation of Taliban Offensive




Thousands flee North Waziristan fearing more air strikes




Pakistan - JUI-S opposes operation against Taliban




No 'unilateral' decision on Waziristan operation: Pakistan PM




Bhutto son urges Pakistan military action on Taliban




Malala book launch halted amid 'political and police pressure' in Pakistan




Pakistani Army attack helicopters killed two people in strikes in the Mir Ali area of North Waziristan. The Taliban killed four policemen in Tank, an Awami National Party leader and two people in Peshawar, and five policemen in Swat.




Afghanistan Exit Is Seen as Peril to Drone Mission




Pakistan security concerns: Pilgrimage route suspended




State Department deputy spokesperson mischaracterizes al Qaeda




Six people, possibly jihadists, were killed in what is thought to have been the premature detonation of a car bomb in a garage in Peshawar. The government denied that it enlisted Sami ul Haq, "the father of the Taliban," to negotiate a peace agreement with the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan. The Foreign Office said that there is no chance that the government would free Dr. Shakil Afridi, who helped the US in tracking Osama bin Laden.


 
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