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Best man Afghan Taliban may replace top negotiator




'Hardliners tighten grip on Nangarhar University'




Amid Pakistan sectarian violence, Sunnis saved Shiites




Security woes: Military chiefs raise red flag over Karachi unrest




Interview: How Al-Qaeda Functions Online




Former bin Laden spokesman in US custody

Sulaiman Abu Ghaith served Osama bin Laden as a spokesman, threatened mass casualty attacks against America, and recruited the al Qaeda cell responsible for a 2002 attack on US Marines in Kuwait. He lived under a loose former of house arrest in Iran for years before being reportedly freed in 2010.


Pakistan - PML-N urged to sever ties with terrorist groups




Foreigners Behind Afghanistan's Instability: Karzai




Pakistani al Qaeda 'company' commander praises Mumbai attacker

Asmatullah Muawiya said that the executions of Ajmal Kasab and Afzal Guru will fuel a new round of attacks on India, and that Kashmir will become a focal point for jihadists after the US abandons Afghanistan.


Journalism in Pakistani tribal areas: a shadow of death




ISAF: No More Data On Taliban Attacks




Afghan Peace Process and Minorities' Concerns




Inside Pakistan's only ski school




Pakistani Taliban execute, behead soldiers in South Waziristan

The deaths of the six soldiers had not been reported. Taliban emir Hakeemullah Mehsud also threatened to attack the US and Britain.


NATO expects decision on post-2014 Afghan force by mid-year




Facilitating Afghan peace: Pakistan mulls Taliban transfer to Qatar




War-weariness?: Taliban may launch political party




Helmand's Remarkable Security Gains Remain Fragile




Report: airstrike killed Taliban shadow governor Sheikh Dost Mohammed

Dost-Mohammed-AJ.jpg One of the most wanted Taliban commanders in eastern Afghanistan, Sheikh Dost Mohammed, was reportedly killed along with two other Taliban leaders in a US airstrike in the Ghaziabad district of Kunar province. The death of Dost Mohammed has been erroneously reported in the past.


Pakistani clerics endorse suicide bombings, reject proposed peace conference

tahir-ashrafi.jpgThe chairman of Pakistan's Ulema Council said suicide bombings should continue in "occupied" Muslim areas that do not have the atomic bomb. His rhetoric is identical to that of the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan.