More Pakistan Taliban militants were killed early Saturday, but the U.S. hasn’t claimed responsibility.
The government has pledged to step up attacks on militants in the wake of a school massacre by the Taliban.
The move comes even as a Pakistani court granted bail to a key suspect in the deadly 2008 Mumbai attacks.
Pools of blood. Broken eyeglasses. Shattered classrooms. The “unexplainable” scenes after the Taliban school massacre.
Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said he would lift a moratorium on the death penalty.
Nine staffers and 132 students were killed in an attack that also drew widespread condemnation.
The general’s sustained campaign against militants has boosted U.S. confidence about Pakistani intent.
Aware of Afghan forces’ limitations — and outraged over the Islamic State’s seizures of U.S. bases and gear in Iraq — the Marines departing Camp Leatherneck stripped it down to the basics.
The 10th Mountain Division was the first major army unit to arrive in Afghanistan in 2001.
The suicide blast occurred at the Wagah crossing as both sides were conducting a flag-lowering ceremony.