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'Admitting you are a secularist can get you killed in Pakistan'

Sidelined Pakistani Taliban commander back in good graces

The reconciliation between Faqir Mohammed and Abu Bakr, the new emir in Bajaur, shows that the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan is far from defeated and disorganized, as the Pakistani government has claimed. The Taliban's leaders were able to convene the shura, send a delegation to Bajaur to mediate the dispute, and organize the reconciliation of the factions in the tribal agency.

Drone Strike Lawsuit Raises Concerns on Intelligence Sharing

Afghanistan, Macedonia Big Movers In Press-Freedom Index

The Pakistani military claimed it killed 33 Taliban and Lashkar-e-Islam fighters in airstrikes in Khyber and Arakzai tribal agencies. The Taliban, which has been battling the rival Ansarul Islam in Khyber, denied the Pakistani military's claims.

ISAF willing to help provide election security

Pakistan still global jihad hub

In Former Taliban Sanctuary, An Eerie Silence Takes Over

Fifty-three people were killed after the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan and Ansarul Islam clashed in Khyber's Tirah Valley. Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa's information minister called for peace talks with the Taliban.

Pakistan - ANP asks govt to disclose Abbottabad findings

Afghan MOI Downplays Security Forces Joining Insurgents

Zero Dark Thirty will not be shown in Pakistan cinemas

Two policemen, including a Deputy Superintendent of Police, and two civilians were killed in a bombing in Karachi. Pakistan admitted to holding more than 700 terrorism suspects without charging them with crimes.

Desecrations alarm Pakistan's Ahmadi sect

American Mumbai plotter to be sentenced in Chicago

US adds wanted Saudi al Qaeda leader to terrorism list

Ahmed Abdullah Saleh al Khazmari al Zahrani, who is better known as Abu Maryam al Zahrani, is thought to be based in Pakistan and has been spotted in Iran.

Pakistan's first anti-blasphemy telefilm premiered

The Taliban executed a "US spy" who they claimed is responsible for the drone strike that killed mullah Nazir in South Waziristan. The Taliban's spokesman vowed that his group would attack a Hindu group in Kashmir.

The Taliban killed two soldiers in Mohmand and a Frontier Corps trooper in Khyber, and wounded four soldiers in an IED attack in North Waziristan. Thirty-eight people have been killed in sectarian violence in Karachi in the past week.

Pakistani forces set posts on Afghan soil