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Pakistan's foreign secretary denounces drones, claims al Qaeda is dead




2 al Qaeda operatives killed in latest drone strike in South Waziristan

predator-uav.jpgThe strike reportedly killed Sheikh Abu Waqas, a Yemeni explosives expert; Abu Majid al Iraqi; and four Uzbeks.


For US Leader in Afghan War, Much Time Making Peace




Pakistani Militant, Price on Head, Lives in Open




US drones strike in remote area of North Waziristan

Five people are reported to have been killed in the attack. The drone strike is the first to have been recorded in Pakistan in nearly four weeks.


Taliban group dismiss tripartite summit outcome on Afghanistan




Pakistan's Islamist Militia Ansar Ul-Islam And Its Fight For Influence




Taliban, IMU form Ansar al Aseer to free jihadist prisoners

The video featured Adnan Rasheed, a dangerous Pakistani jihadist who was freed in a jailbreak last year; Yassin Chouka, a wanted German commander in the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan; and Abdul Hakeem, a previously unknown Russian IMU member.


Top Afghan commander: If UK leaves Afghanistan, Taliban will return to launch global jihad




Only Afghan Govt Qualified for Direct Taliban Talks: MOFA




Eastern Afghanistan residents wary of US departure




Logar, Wardak Insecurity Threatens Kabul: Officials




Pakistani military calls HRW report 'a pack of lies,' and 'fabricated'




Taliban suicide assault team hits Pakistani military camp

Thirteen Pakistani military personnel, 11 civilians, and 12 Taliban fighters are reported to have been killed. The Taliban said the attack was carried out to avenge the deaths of two senior commanders killed in recent US drone strikes.


Young Afghans Face Backlash Over Music




Suicide bomber kills 22 in attack near Pakistani mosques




Sidelined Pakistani Taliban commander back in good graces

The reconciliation between Faqir Mohammed and Abu Bakr, the new emir in Bajaur, shows that the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan is far from defeated and disorganized, as the Pakistani government has claimed. The Taliban's leaders were able to convene the shura, send a delegation to Bajaur to mediate the dispute, and organize the reconciliation of the factions in the tribal agency.


Abdullah slams Karzai's remarks on peace talks




IMU commander captured in northern Afghanistan

The weapons facilitator and assassinations director is the third Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan commander killed or captured in the Afghan north so far this year.


Foreigners struggling to weaken Afghanistan: Karzai