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Pakistan Shi'ites demand protection from militants




Renewed Push for Afghans to Make Peace With Taliban




Pakistan faces growing anger over sectarian bombings




Afghan Insurgent Is Killed on US-Led Military Base




Uprising against Taliban gains momentum




US Military Faces Fire as It Pulls Out of Afghanistan




NATO air strikes for Afghan security forces must end: Karzai




Taliban group use civilians as human shields: ISAF




Afghanistan peace talks: 'The ball is now in the Taliban court'




Pakistan - Government lists ceasefire as talks precondition for Taliban




Pakistani Taliban praise slain American, British jihadists

Inaam-TTP-martyrdom-video-SITE.pngPictures of an American identified as Inaam and a Brit known as Abbas are shown with top leaders of the Taliban, al Qaeda, the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan, and other terrorist groups who have been killed while waging jihad across the globe over the past four decades.


Afghan prisoners' number sees 13-fold increase in 10 years




Taliban still handling prosecutions in parts of Afghanistan




Another IMU leader captured in Afghanistan as Obama announces US force cut




Afghan National Security Forces take over security operations

Afghan National Security Forces combat units are taking over the lead in security operations from the US and ISAF. However, substantial work remains in building the combat support units.


Army veteran Clinton Romesha receives Medal of Honor for Afghan fight




The Qatar initiative: JUI-F chief features in Doha talks




Some Taliban prisoners released by Pakistan are back in battle, officials fear




Why Pakistan should not talk to the TTP




2 IMU leaders captured in northern Afghanistan

Additionally, ISAF captured a senior Taliban commander who worked with the Hizb-i-Islami Gulbuddin and who facilitated suicide attacks.