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US Liaisons Restored To Outpost In Pakistan

The Lashkar-e-Islam denied having links with the doctor who was imprisoned for aiding Osama bin Laden. The military denied reports that US trainers have re-entered Pakistan, and said it successfully tested Hatf-VIII, a "stealth" air-launched cruise missile.

IMU eulogizes military commander, media operative

mansoor-abbos.jpgCommander Abbos Mansoor was named the military emir of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan just days before he was killed in a drone strike, while Abdul Aziz served as a combat cameraman and producer for Jundallah Studio.

Afghanistan - Rebel sympathisers exist in Zabul civil depts: police

Pakistani Taliban vows to kill bin Laden doctor

In Yemen, US airstrikes breed anger, and sympathy for al-Qaeda

US military trainers trickle back into Pakistan

The Pakistani doctor who helped the US find Osama bin Laden was convicted of providing support to the Lashkar-e-Islam, according to court documents. A wanted Taliban fighter was among four people who were killed during a tribal meeting in Mansehra.

Emir tells of Taliban's rise to power in remote Pakistani tribal agency

Hafiz-Saeed-Khan.jpgHafiz Saeed Khan, the leader of the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan in Arakzai, said his followers killed or ejected tribal leaders who opposed Taliban rule.

'Bin Laden doctor' jailed for militant link, says court

Pakistani aircraft killed 21 Taliban fighters in airstrikes in Arakzai and Khyber. Pakistan conducted a successful test fire of the Hatf IX, a short-range nuclear missile.

Pakistan offers little justice for victims of acid attacks

Why Pakistan should apologize to US

UN: Pakistan judges pressured to use blasphemy law

Pakistani spy agencies under criticism a year after journalist's murder

US Came to Lead the Region, Not Beat the Taliban: Hizb-e-Islami

Poor Security Blamed for Suspected Poisonings at Afghan Schools

In Pakistan, a legal system under scrutiny

Secret 'Kill List' Tests Obama's Principles

ISAF kills al Qaeda's 2nd in command for Afghanistan

Sakhr al Taifi, a senior leader from Saudi Arabia who communicated with top al Qaeda leaders based in Pakistan, was killed in yesterday's airstrike in Kunar.