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A US drone strike killed two "Arabs" and two Taliban fighters in the first drone strike in South Waziristan in one and a half years. The Pakistani government condemned the strike. Seven people were killed in a bombing at a refugee camp in Hangu.




The military claimed it killed 19 "suspected terrorists" in a series of airstrikes during the ongoing operation in North Waziristan. The Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan claimed it executed the suicide attack that killed four people in Peshawar. The target of the attack was a brigadier in the paramilitary Frontier Corps.




The military claimed it killed 23 Taliban fighters in airstrikes in North Waziristan. The Interior Ministry warned the government of Sindh province that jihadists may target officials and buildings in suicide attacks. Police seized more than 500 pounds of explosives in Quetta.




The military claimed it killed 11 Taliban fighters in North Waziristan and another 23 in Khyber; three soldiers were also killed. Police killed seven "militants" in Karachi. Al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) claimed that Pakistani Navy officers were involved in the failed attempt to hijack a Pakistani warship and launch missiles at US Navy vessels in the Indian Ocean.




The military claimed it killed 15 Taliban fighters in airstrikes in North Waziristan. A tribal policeman was killed as "armed men" attacked a polio vaccination team in the Pishin district in Balochistan. The military said that the Taliban's ability to conduct attacks has been degraded.




The government will put the Army in charge of security for the capital for three months. The Taliban killed two soldiers in North Waziristan and Security forces killed five Taliban fighters in Aurakazi.




The military claimed it killed 20 "militants," including foreign fighters, during airstrikes in Shawal in North Waziristan. A senior Pakistani military claimed that the government is targeting all Taliban groups, "irrespective of their nationality, ethnicity or group affiliation".




The Pakistani military claimed it killed 28 foreign and local "militants" in airstrikes in the Shawal Valley in North Waziristan. Locals said that "nine women, six children and two civilian men" were killed in the airstrikes. The US is thought to have killed six al Qaeda operatives in the July 10 drone strike in the Datta Khel area of North Waziristan.




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.




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.




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.




The Taliban killed an Army officer and two soldiers in an IED attack in an area between North and South Waziristan. Police claimed to have killed a Taliban commander who engineered the prison break in Dera Ismail Khan in 2013.




The military said it killed 30 "militants" in a series of airstrikes that targeted Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan hideouts in North Waziristan. The Taliban said it would not agree to an unconditional ceasefire with the government. The Taliban also confirmed the death of Asmatullah Shaheen Bhittani.




Pakistani Army attack helicopters killed two people in strikes in the Mir Ali area of North Waziristan. The Taliban killed four policemen in Tank, an Awami National Party leader and two people in Peshawar, and five policemen in Swat.




Six people, possibly jihadists, were killed in what is thought to have been the premature detonation of a car bomb in a garage in Peshawar. The government denied that it enlisted Sami ul Haq, "the father of the Taliban," to negotiate a peace agreement with the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan. The Foreign Office said that there is no chance that the government would free Dr. Shakil Afridi, who helped the US in tracking Osama bin Laden.




Military officials claimed that 33 Uzbeks and three Germans were killed in yesterday's airstrikes in North Waziristan. Six policemen and a child were killed in an attack that targeted the security detail for a polio vaccination team in Charsadda. Three members of a polio vaccination team were gunned down in Karachi. Seven tribal policemen were killed in an attack that targeted a Spanish bicycle rider in Mastung.




The military killed more than 20 people in a series of airstrikes in the Mir Ali and Datta Khel areas of North Waziristan. A suicide bomber killed 22 people in an attack in Mastung in Baluchistan. Four people were killed in separate attacks on polio vaccination teams in Karachi and Mansehra.




The Taliban killed 20 Frontier Corps personnel and wounded 30 more in a suicide attack that targeted a military convoy in Bannu. Eight people were killed in an explosion at a bazaar near Army General Headquarters in Rawalpindi.




A Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan suicide bomber killed the head of the Crime Investigation Department in Karachi and three policemen. The Taliban accused him of executing and torturing their followers in prison. Ten Taliban fighters and three soldiers were killed during a Taliban assault on an outpost in South Waziristan.




A suicide bomber killed a student in an attack outside a school in Hangu. Nine people, including three children, were killed in a bombing at the home of a tribal leader in Khyber.