May 07 2010
The Pakistani Taliban has been expanding its network of alliances since its formation in 2007, the New York Times reports, citing Western intelligence officials.
The group, based in Pakistan's tribal agencies, has sustained itself through alliances with numerous other militant groups, splinter cells, foot soldiers and guns-for-hire in the region, said officials and other experts.
These multiple entities often share resources and training, making it difficult to distinguish...
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