Pakistan’s Institutional Troubles – Huffington Post


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Pakistan's Institutional Troubles
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When Pakistan's Supreme Court decided to pursue charges of contempt against the country's prime minister, Yusuf Raza Gilani, it was cognizant of the attention a clash between the judicial and executive branch would bring to the teetering democratic
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Pakistani Women Unite to Battle Religious Extremism – Huffington Post

Pakistani Women Unite to Battle Religious Extremism
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Sameena Imtiaz, a soft-spoken, educated Pakistani social worker, operates in the midst of US drone strikes and Taliban suicide bombings. She regularly travels to remote parts of her country in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and the

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Pakistan condemns weekend drone attack

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan, April 30 (UPI) — Pakistani officials Monday condemned a weekend attack by a suspected U.S. drone and said they hadn't decided if, in protest, they would boycott a NATO summit.

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Pakistan ready for Sri Lanka tour – gulfnews.com


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Pakistan ready for Sri Lanka tour
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Image Credit: AP Captain Misbah-ul-Haq talks with Pakistan coach Dav Whatmore and other players during a practice session at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore last month. Islamabad: The Pakistan national cricket team is set to play ten matches against Sri
Pakistan cricket team to tour Sri Lanka in JuneZee News
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Pakistan sends mixed signals on US drone attack

Pakistani officials on Monday condemned the U.S. for carrying out its first drone strike in the country since parliament demanded they end two weeks ago, but qualified that it should be seen in light of the presence of Islamist militants on Pakistani soil.

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Brennan Defends Drone Strikes as Pakistan and Protestor Object – ABC News


ABC News
Brennan Defends Drone Strikes as Pakistan and Protestor Object
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"What about the hundreds of innocent people we are killing with our drone strikes in Pakistan and in Yemen and Somalia?" said the well-dressed blonde woman as Brennan tried to address the Woodrow Wilson International Center in Washington Monday.
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Did rogue spies or 'Pakistani Blackwater' shield Osama bin Laden?msnbc.com
Weaker al-Qaida still plots payback for US raidKansas City Star
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Pakistan condemns suspected U.S. drone strike that kills 3

Pakistan is condemning a suspected U.S. drone strike in one of its tribal regions that killed three people, raising questions about whether it will derail efforts between Islamabad and Washington to ease tensions over such attacks.

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Widow of Man Shot by CIA Contractor in Pakistan Is Killed by Her Father – New York Times (blog)


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Widow of Man Shot by CIA Contractor in Pakistan Is Killed by Her Father
New York Times (blog)
By ROBERT MACKEY The widow of a man who died at the hands of a CIA contractor in Pakistan last year was shot killed by her father on Monday, according to police officers in the city of Lahore. The woman, Zahra Haider, was the widow of Faizan Haider,
Pakistani women who received 'blood money' killedKansas City Star
CIA victim's widow killed by her father in PakistanNew York Daily News
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US judge in Md. dismisses lawsuit against Marriott over deadly suicide bomb … – Washington Post

US judge in Md. dismisses lawsuit against Marriott over deadly suicide bomb
Washington Post
WASHINGTON — A federal judge in Maryland has dismissed a lawsuit that accused Marriott International of a slow response to a suicide bomb attack that killed more than 50 people at a Pakistan hotel. The lawsuit was brought last June by the family of

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Khalil Dale: Red Cross urge Pakistani media not to broadcast execution video – The Guardian


The Guardian
Khalil Dale: Red Cross urge Pakistani media not to broadcast execution video
The Guardian
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is appealing to the Pakistani media not to broadcast a video of the execution of the kidnapped British aid worker Khalil Dale, which his killers have threatened to release. Dale's body was discovered
British PM 'deeply saddened' by murder of aid worker in PakistanNew York Daily News
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