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Afghan reconciliation: Pakistan may release 'former chief of Quetta Shura'




Exclusive: US sweetens Taliban prisoner proposal in bid to revive peace talks




The Pakistani military denied reports that it would be launching a joint operation with the US against militants in North Waziristan. In Khyber, five Lashkar-e-Islam militants, including a commander, died while handling their own explosives , and five Taliban fighters were killed by IEDs. Parked NATO containers in Chakri were deemed a security risk.




Is terror not far away from Swat Valley in Pakistan? Taliban consolidating to recapture Swat




US adds Saudi al Qaeda leader in Afghanistan to terror list

Mansur al Harbi runs an al Qaeda training camp in Afghanistan, and helps foreign fighters enter the country. He has close ties to top al Qaeda leaders, including Saif al Adel.


Afghanistan - Pak Army officers accused of aiding Nuristan rebels




Afghan Commerce Minister Wary of Antagonizing Pakistan




Pakistan - Ensuring well-being: Women NGO workers demand better security




A Mafia in FATA: Haqqanis and Drones




Taliban Launch Co-ordinated Attacks in Eastern Afghanistan




Pakistan accuses Afghanistan of backing Taliban enemy




Al Qaeda emir for Kunar, deputy, and facilitator killed in airstrikes

Mufti Assad, the emir for Kunar, and his deputy, Yusuf, were killed in the Aug. 3 airstrike in the Watahpur district. Both al Qaeda leaders were Pakistani citizens. Fatah Gul, an al Qaeda facilitator who ran training camps, was killed in a separate strike.


US thinktank reveals Haqqani, Pakistan nexus




Pakistan - 'Islamic banking growth is impressive'




Security forces detained five Taliban fighters who were planning sectarian attacks in Multan and three "terrorists" in Lakki Marwat. Pakistan has reopened the Khyber crossing to NATO supplies.




IMU announces death of emir, names new leader

usman_adil.jpgThe al Qaeda-linked Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan has announced the death of its emir, Abu Usman Adil, in a drone strike in Pakistan in April, and named Usman Ghazi to replace him. Adil was responsible for ramping up the IMU's activities in Afghanistan.


Afghan lawmakers vote to dismiss security ministers




In Afghanistan, US Packs War Gear for the Movers




Pakistan to launch another Potemkin offensive in North Waziristan




Pakistan's extremists whip up frenzy over Burma's Muslims


 
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