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Journalists face major difficulties in reporting from Pakistan's troubled southwestern province.
As western forces withdraw from Afghanistan, how long can Pakistan's army hold off the Taliban in South Waziristan?
Long accused of assisting the Taliban, Pakistan's army is reportedly seeking to move the group into the political realm.
At least nine police officers fatally shot by their colleagues in Nimroz while six NATO soldiers are killed in Helmand.
The extent of the rift over the closure of crossings to NATO supply convoys was on full display at the NATO summit.
Absence of Taliban and Pakistan in Bonn dash reconciliation efforts, as international delegates pledge more support.
Boycotts by Taliban and Pakistan dim hopes for breakthrough as conference looks to plot course for country beyond 2014.
Analysts say Karzai-Haqqani talks may not bring peace to Afghanistan.
The Riz Khan show asks if the Taliban is pushing Pakistan into a state of anarchy.
Will a runoff vote be enough to resolve disputed presidential poll?
Tanya Goudsouzian and Helena Malikyar
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