FILE - In this file photo of a 2007 wanted poster provided at Bagram Air Base shows Siraj Haqqani, leader of the Haqqani group faction. Pakistan's military says it can bring the notorious Haqqani ... more 
FILE - In this file photo of a 2007 wanted poster provided at Bagram Air Base shows Siraj Haqqani, leader of the Haqqani group faction. Pakistan's military says it can bring the notorious Haqqani militant network, considered one of the most lethal threats against U.S.-led coalition troops in Afghanistan, to the negotiation table. Instead, Washington is pushing Pakistan to carry out military assaults against Haqqani hideouts in the tribal regions. The network is affiliated with the Taliban and al-Qaida and blamed for most of the major attacks in Afghanistan, particularly the often brazen assaults on the capital Kabul. It has been described as the glue that binds together the militant groups operating in Pakistan's tribal North Waziristan. (AP Photo/Bagram Air Base, File) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Bagram Air Base, File
Thu, Aug 18, 2011 2:47 AM EDT