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Bin Laden docs hint at large al Qaeda presence in Pakistan

Badr Mansoor led just one Pakistani "company," and has been reported to have more than 2,000 fighters under his command. For the last three years, the US government has maintained that al Qaeda has only 300 to 400 operatives in Pakistan and that the network is on the verge of defeat.

Pakistani Taliban proclaim 'jihad' for bin Laden

'Holy wars': Pakistan militants vow to avenge Bin Laden death

US House subcommittee mulls making aid for Pakistan subject to conditions

Al Qaeda's bomb-makers evolve, adapt and continue to plot

US ambassador to Pakistan steps down early

India's PM, Hillary share Pak terror concerns

US will not deal with Al-Qaeda over aid worker

Taliban behead 2 Pakistani soldiers in North Waziristan

Pakistan dragging its feet on Mumbai mastermind: Clinton

Life in captivity: Swiss hostages describe Taliban kidnap ordeal

Pakistani foreign minister: 'US should provide information on Zawahiri's presence in Pakistan'

Al Qaeda releases video of American captured in Pakistan

AQ-Warren-Weinstein-video.jpgThe videotape is the first real proof that al Qaeda is holding Warren Weinstein, who was kidnapped in Lahore in August 2011.

Pakistan - US refused proposal of joint drone attacks: Mukhtar

Pakistan to attend Afghan summit in US amid tensions

Pakistan - Deadline for military operation in Shaloober tribe area extended

The Taliban killed nine Pakistani soldiers in an ambush in Miramshah, two men in an attack on an anti-Taliban elder's home in Kurram, and one person in a bombing in Dir. The Taliban also bombed schools in South Waziristan and Mohmand.

Taliban kill 9 Pakistani troops in North Waziristan ambush

USS Cole bomber killed in US drone strike in Yemen

quso.jpgThe Yemeni Embassy said Fahd al Quso was killed in an airstrike in Shabwa province. A US intelligence official told The Long War Journal that Quso was the target of a strike.

Taliban stronger than before US troop surge: lawmakers