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Not in US interests to cut off relations with Pakistan: Clinton




The Treasury Department sanctioned an Afghan narcotics network headed by Shah Mohammad Barakzai, who operates out of Gereshk. Barakzai was designated along with three others, including Haji Baz Mohammad, for their significant roles in international narcotics trafficking. The US government has asked a court to dismiss complaints seeking information about the targeting of drone strikes.




AQAP claims assassination of Yemen's southern military commander




Declassified documents shed light on scramble to 'hit' bin Laden before 9/11




CIA Said to Aid in Steering Arms to Syrian Rebels




US weighs plan to send military aircraft to aid Yemen




Doubts Raised About US Diplomacy on Iran and Nuclear Issues




Indonesia court to deliver verdict on Bali bombmaker




Pakistan - PM's disqualification delays signing of NATO supply deal




US to slap "terrorist" label on Nigerian militants




Pakistani Taliban's anti-US rant: 'Peace treaty to stay intact despite polio drive ban'




Dr Aafia still alive: US prison spokesperson




US, Israel developed Flame computer virus to slow Iranian nuclear efforts, officials say




US to Donate 146 Warplanes to Afghan Army: MOD




Pakistan nabs French man with reported 9/11 links




Citing security risks in the Middle East ranging from the Iranian nuclear program to terrorism and political instability, the US indicated that it plans to maintain a force of 13,500 US troops in Kuwait. The current US troop level in Kuwait is 15,000.




Drones are our friends




Fears grow for fate of Syria's chemical weapons




Violence spikes across southern Afghanistan




Pentagon aims to be proactive in countering terror threat in Africa