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Morocco: Country eyes first Islamic bank




Troops try to balance dual role




Militants flee Pakistan after cross-border attack




Pakistan - Police demolish Ahmadi worship place minarets in Kharian




US, Pakistan to ink new deal on NATO supply routes




The Taliban killed eight policemen in an attack on a police training center in Lahore. Security forces killed 10 Taliban fighters in Bajaur.




Bin Laden loyalist transferred from Guantanamo to Sudan

Ibrahim-Ahmed-Mahmoud-al-Qosi.jpgIbrahim al Qosi served Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda for years in a variety of capacities. Leaked and declassified files portray him as an experienced combat veteran who fought in Chechnya and Afghanistan. As a courier, he may have delivered money to the operatives who attempted to kill Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak in 1995.


Arab spring took British intelligence by surprise, report says




Taliban kill Pakistani policemen in Lahore

The Taliban claimed credit for today's attack as well as another in Gurjat three days ago that killed six soldiers and a policeman.


Peace caravan travels to North Waziristan border




Afghan Exit More Costly, More Difficult Than Iraq: Pentagon




About that NATO supply line deal ...




Torkham border still bare of NATO supplies




Special operations forces capture 2 IMU leaders in Afghan north

The Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan leaders are Afghan nationals who were involved in suicide operations in Kunduz.


Karzai Seeks Full Freedom for Taliban in Guantanamo




Pakistani jihadist groups fundraise, recruit openly in Rawalpindi

Bakht-Zamin-Khan.jpgThe emir of the Al Badar Mujahideen said his group is waging jihad in both Afghanistan and Kashmir, and the leader of Hizbul Mujahideen said his group's jihad is against the US and its allies.


Pakistan - Elaborate security measures for DPC protesters: Malik




The Taliban killed eight Pakistani soldiers in North Waziristan. Jamaat-ud-Dawa flags were prevalent at the Difa-e-Pakistan march against the reopening of NATO's supply routes to Afghanistan.




Pakistan shuns physicist linked to 'God particle'




Afghanistan - Health Official Calls on Insurgents to Allow Polio Drive


 
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