Pakistan Security Brief – November 12, 2013

by theonlynewsman

Pakistan Security Brief – November 12, 2013

Haqqani Network’s Nasiruddin Haqqani killed in Islamabad, TTP blames ISI; TTP commander says that the TTP will not participate in talks with the government; Interior Minister says that TTP talks are off; Prime Minister is warned that he and his family may be targeted by the TTP; Government possibly considering trade of TNSM founder Sufi Muhammad for captured professor; Clerics call on Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Omar to stop TTP attacks; Indian External Affairs Minister and the Prime Minister’s Adviser on Foreign Affairs meet in India; Iran says it is willing to renegotiate gas prices; Nine killed in Balochistan attacks; Three Shia killed in Punjab; Two killed and one injured in Punjab bomb blast; Four injured in attack on NATO trucks in Khyber agency; Eleven killed in Karachi violence; IMF says that Pakistan has largely met conditions for $6.7 billion loan; New Anti-Terrorism Act to go into effect; JUI-S supports cutting NATO supply lines; JI protests in Peshawar against NATO supply lines; Malala Yousafzai’s book banned by All Pakistan Private Schools Management Association; Former President Musharraf asks to be removed from the Exit Control List.

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