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Islamabad told to brace for wave of terrorism in 2007

Anti-terrorism forces in Pakistan have been told to brace themselves for a wave of atrocities in 2007 following the release of 80 hardcore militants on bail, according to a report in The Telegraph newspaper. “We are back to square one and the situation is more precarious than it was before 9/11,” one senior Pakistani officer told the newspaper. “They are planning more attacks. They have got huge backup. There are so many youths who are joining them. The old ones who are released from the prison are guiding and training the new cadres.” Full Story

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