Headley’s commanders now locked in war against Pakistan – The Hindu


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Headley's commanders now locked in war against Pakistan
The Hindu
CHICAGO: Even as the Pakistani-American jihadist David Headley resumes his testimony before a jury in Chicago on Tuesday, the commander he worked for has emerged as the central figure in a war that threatens to tear Pakistan apart.
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Pakistan forms commission to probe bin Laden raid

Pakistan’s government on Tuesday named the members of a commission tasked with probing the U.S. raid that killed Osama bin Laden, including how it come about that the al-Qaida chief was living in a Pakistani garrison city.

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Mending relations with Pakistan – Washington Post

Mending relations with Pakistan
Washington Post
By Editorial, ONE MONTH after the killing of Osama bin Laden, the danger of a rupture in relations between the United States and Pakistan appears to have passed, for now. No evidence has been found that senior Pakistani officials knew of the al-Qaeda

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Pakistan suspends Shahid Afridi’s contract

The Pakistan Cricket Board on Tuesday suspended the central contract of former one-day captain Shahid Afridi, who had announced his retirement from international cricket, a board statement said.

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India, Pakistan fail to make progress on glacier talks

India and Pakistan failed on Tuesday to break ice on how to demilitarize the world’s highest battlefield in the Himalayan region in a sign of how far apart the nuclear-armed rivals are even on less contentious issues.

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No Progress on India-Pakistan Glacier Dispute – New York Times


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No Progress on India-Pakistan Glacier Dispute
New York Times
NEW DELHI — The slow, uncertain efforts to normalize relations between India and Pakistan apparently made little progress on Tuesday after defense secretaries from both countries failed to deliver a breakthrough on demilitarizing a
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Pakistan PM announces probe into bin Laden raid

Pakistan’s prime minister Tuesday ordered an independent commission to investigate the military operation in which elite US forces killed Osama bin Laden on May 2, the premier’s media office said.

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Arms race between India and Pakistan takes to air – International News Network

Arms race between India and Pakistan takes to air
International News Network
Defence analysts said the planned air force expansions were part of an arms race between India and Pakistan that dates back to the 1960s and the height of the Cold War. The South Asian neighbours, both of which possess nuclear arsenals,
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Pakistan ISI leaders had no role in Mumbai plot: court

The leadership of Pakistan’s ISI spy agency was not involved in planning the deadly 2008 Mumbai attacks, self-confessed plotter David Coleman Headley testified Tuesday.

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Journalist murdered after writing about links between al Qaeda and Pakistan’s navy – Telegraph.co.uk


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Journalist murdered after writing about links between al Qaeda and Pakistan's navy
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He also said he had been called in by the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agency last year after writing that Pakistan had released Mullah Baradar, who was second-in-command of the Afghan Taliban until he was detained in Karachi.
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