Inside Haqqani Network
By MARK MAZZETTI, SCOTT SHANE and ALISSA J. RUBIN
New York Times, September 25, 2011
They safeguard their mountainous turf by planting deadly roadside bombs and shelling remote American military bases. And they are accused by American officials of being guns for hire: a proxy force used by the Pakistani intelligence service to carry out grisly, high-profile attacks in Kabul and throughout the country.
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