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Taliban "poised to retake Afghanistan" after NATO




The View From The Gulf: America's Quiet Go-between Speaks




Shocking! Pakistan supports the Taliban, NATO says




Saudi Arabia cautious on possible Afghan talks




Lashakr al Zil strong in Afghanistan-Pakistan border region




US drone strike kills 11 AQAP leaders, fighters: report

Four local al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula commanders are said to have been killed in a Predator strike in Abyan province. The strike is the first in Yemen since Dec. 22.


Afghan Officials Consider Separate Talks With Taliban




Civilian Deaths Due to Drones Are Few, Obama Says




Al Qaeda benefits from Yemen turmoil




Pakistan - Report on journalist's killing ignored ISI despite 'strong indications'




Fear drives new front in Afghan peace talks: Analysts




ISAF, Afghan forces capture al Qaeda 'facilitator' in east

The al Qaeda facilitator "coordinated insurgent activity throughout the area and provided reports to senior al Qaeda leaders in Pakistan," ISAF stated. He is the first al Qaeda operative reported as killed or captured in Afghanistan in two months.


Afghanistan to press Pakistan for access to Taliban




Afghan, ISAF troops kill IMU leader in north

The Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan leader was responsible for last year's Christmas Day suicide attack at a funeral in Taloqan that killed 20 Afghans, including a member of parliament. ISAF reporting on raids against the IMU and al Qaeda has dropped off considerably.


Islamabad, Kabul want separate talks with Taliban in Saudi Arabia




US embassy in Pakistan clarifies Panetta's statement




Panetta believes Pakistan knew of bin Laden hideout




Pakistan - Drone attacks linked to 'trust deficit' with US




For CIA family, a deadly suicide bombing leads to painful divisions




Tension in Yemen: Al-Qaida Activity Puts Regime Change in Doubt


 
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