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Lashkar-e-Islam publicly executed two deserters and five members of a government-supported tribe in Khyber. One of the two deserters was a former commander who had joined the anti-Lashkar-e-Islam tribe's militia.




Vigilante squads: TTP introduces 'moral policing' in Afghanistan




Pakistan - Special forces to counter Taliban's deadliest weapon




French Cabinet OKs new anti-terrorism measures




Afghans Demand Intervention After 'Pakistani Taliban' Attacks




US Troops Return To Pakistan For First Time Since Being Ordered To Leave, To Aid Avalanche Recovery




Hina Rabbani Khar not to quit, clarifies Pak




Osama bin Laden's widows and children 'shown in video'




Afghan Carpet Exports Decrease 95% in Five Years




Afghan security forces worry over fratricidal brothers-in-arms




Special operations forces kill newly appointed IMU leader for Afghanistan

Osmani Sahib led the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan's operations for only 12 days before being killed during a combined Afghan and Coalition special operations raid in Faryab province. His predecessor, Makhdum Nusrat, was killed on March 26.


Saudi Arabia's Syrian jihad




Pakistan wants 'concrete evidence' on Mumbai suspect sought by US




Pakistani helicopter gunships killed 14 Taliban fighters in Arakzai. The Pakistani military is still searching for 135 soldiers who are trapped after an avalanche on the Siachen Glacier.




US offers financial aid against reopening of NATO supply route




No drone strikes in Pakistan after 2014, none at least launched from Afghanistan




Pakistanis burn US flags at bounty protests




Pakistan - Gen. Kayani: 'War on terror must not dilute response of conventional war'




Pakistan - War in the north sparks refugee exodus




'We do jihad,' says Lashkar-e-Taiba emir Hafiz Saeed

Saeed's sermon calling for jihad against the US was delivered the same day Pakistani officials claimed that Saeed was involved with "de-radicalization and rehabilitation of former jihadis" in Pakistan's Punjab province.
 
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