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Southeast Asian jihadist leader and bomb expert is alive, in Philippines

Zulkifli bin Hir, a most-wanted terrorist linked to Jemaah Islamiyah, Abu Sayyaf, and the KMM who was reported killed in 2012, is operating in the southern Philippines.

The Pakistani military claimed it killed "scores" of "terrorists" during airstrikes in Miramshah in North Waziristan. "Most of the terrorists killed in strikes are Uzbeks," the ISPR claimed. One soldier was killed in an IED attack in the tribal agency.

Is the Pakistani military really targeting the Haqqani Network?

Pakistani military says 'ground operation' in North Waziristan has begun

Pakistani army begins ground offensive against Taliban

Pakistani military kills local Taliban leader, captures al Qaeda bomb expert

The military said the Taliban commander is known as "Commander Umer" but did not name the al Qaeda explosives expert.

US adds 2 Lashkar-e-Taiba leaders, several aliases to terrorism list

The Pakistan-based terror group continues to use aliases in an attempt to hide its operations in South Asia. The US also said LeT conducted a suicide assault in Afghanistan as recently as May 2014.

Pakistani Army continues to boast of zero civilian casualties in North Waziristan operation

Abu Sayyaf operative thought killed in US drone strike spotted in Philippines

Pakistani military claims 257 'terrorists,' no civilians killed in North Waziristan offensive

The Pakistani military claims it has conducted extensive airstrikes without killing a single civilian.

Pakistan army North Waziristan offensive: Thousands flee

US drones strike in North Waziristan, kill 6 'militants'

The strike is the second in the village of Darga Mandi in the past week, and just the third in Pakistan this year.

The Pakistani military has claimed it killed more than 170 "terrorists" in a series of "precise strikes" in North Waziristan. The military claims no civilians were killed, and said most of those killed were "Uzbeks" or members of the Turkistan Islamic Party.

Pakistani forces focus on 'foreigners' in North Waziristan operation

Pakistan launches 'comprehensive operation against foreign and local terrorists' in North Waziristan

Operation Zarb-e-Azb appears to be aimed at the "bad Taliban" and foreign terror groups such as the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan. It is unlikely the Haqqani Network or the Hafiz Gul Bahadar Group will be targeted.

The US ended its self-imposed, six-month-long moratorium on drone strikes in Pakistan when it launched two attacks on June 11-12 in North Waziristan. A senior Haqqani Network commander and two top Afghan Taliban leaders are reported to have been killed in the strikes.

Drone strike killed Haqqani Network, Afghan Taliban commanders

US launches 2 drone strikes in Pakistan, breaks 6-month lull

Four Uzbeks, two members of the Punjabi Taliban, and 10 "miitants" are said to have been killed in the pair of strikes.

IMU involved in suicide assault on Karachi airport

Both the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan and the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan have claimed the attack on Jinnah International Airport.

Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan vows to defend 'good Taliban'