Articles by Pakistan
Big Shots Tone Down Politics For 9/11 Anniversary
September 11 2012 11:10 AM EDT
No political dirt will be thrown about Tuesday as Obama and Romney have agreed to take negative campaign ads off the air to honor the 9/11 anniversary.
Where Are They Now: The Key Players On Both Sides of 9/11, And What Happened After
September 10 2012 3:45 PM EDT
Eleven years later, the men at the forefront of both sides of the 9/11 attacks are variously retired, in jail, or dead.
Pakistani Hindus In India Demand Asylum Citing Persecution
September 10 2012 11:17 AM EDT
Pakistani Hindus arriving in India are demanding refugee status, citing a pattern of persecution and discrimination in Muslim-dominated Pakistan.
Matt Bissonnette, SEAL Team 6 Member, Appears On '60 Minutes,' Talks Bin Laden Raid And 'No Easy Day' [PHOTO]
September 10 2012 10:00 AM EDT
Matt Bissonnette, the former Navy SEAL who wrote a memoir about the May 2011 raid to kill Osama bin Laden, appeared on Sunday night's episode of "60 Minutes."
Pakistan, India Agree to Ease Visa Restrictions
September 09 2012 2:19 AM EDT
Pakistan and India will ease tough visa restrictions, an important step forward in improving relations between the nuclear armed neighbours, their foreign ministers said Saturday.
Officially 'Terrorists': The Haqqani Network, And Why The U.S. Blacklisted Them
September 07 2012 3:53 PM EDT
The Haqqani network is one of the most violent groups of insurgents in the Middle East. On Friday, Hillary Clinton officially blacklisted them by declaring them a "Foreign Terrorist Organization."
Pakistan: Sectarian Killings Of Minority Shias In Sunni-Dominated Country Escalating
September 06 2012 1:56 PM EDT
At least 320 people have been killed in sectarian violence in Pakistan thus far this year alone.
Pakistan Expels Foreign Charity Workers On Suspicions They Helped CIA Find Osama
September 06 2012 9:42 AM EDT
In May 2011, bin Laden was shot and killed in a compound in Abbottabad, a garrison town not far from the capital Islamabad.
India And China: Asian Powerhouses Defense Partners Again, Despite Ongoing Disputes
September 04 2012 11:24 AM EDT
India and China will resume joint military exercises in an effort to strengthen the shaky relationship between the two most populous countries on earth.
Explosive-Laden Car Rams Into US Vehicle In Pakistan, 2 Killed
September 03 2012 2:19 AM EDT
A car filled with explosives rammed into a U.S. government vehicle near the U.S. Consulate in the northwestern Pakistani city of Peshawar Monday, killing two people and injuring five others, media reports said citing Pakistani authorities.
A Long Shot In Pakistan: Embattled Christians Seek Separate Province
August 31 2012 6:22 AM EDT
Pakistani Christians are seeking greater autonomy in the face of hostility, but their movement for a new province is unlikely to succeed.
Defense Organization Staffer and Journalist Among 11 Terror Suspects Nabbed In India
August 31 2012 5:15 AM EDT
An employee of the Indian Defense Ministry's Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) and a journalist with an English newspaper were among the 11 men arrested in the southern Indian state of Karnataka Wednesday by the Central Crime Branch of the Bangalore police for alleged links with global terror networks.
The Moscow-Washington ‘Hotline’:” Remembering A Cold War Icon 49 Years Later
August 30 2012 3:05 PM EDT
The idea for the instant communication device arose in the wake of the Cuban Missile Crisis the prior year – which saw Moscow and Washington very nearly enter into a cataclysmic nuclear war.
India Meets Pakistan At Tehran Summit: What’s On The Menu?
August 30 2012 11:15 AM EDT
Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar, said the two countries need to settle their disputes in a more “mature” way.
3 More Coalition Soldiers Killed By Afghan 'Ally'
August 29 2012 8:23 PM EDT
Three foreign soldiers were shot dead Wednesday by a gunman wearing an Afghan army uniform in southern Afghanistan.
SEAL's 'No Easy Day' Book One More Of Many Bin Laden Death Truths
August 29 2012 3:30 PM EDT
A former SEAL Team 6 member has written a book about al Qaida leader Osama bin Laden's death, contradicting the administration's account of what happened at the Pakistani compound last year.
Polygamous Marriage Prompts Outrage In Brazil
August 29 2012 11:12 AM EDT
The couple were married three months ago. They have not been identified and have not spoken to the media.
Indian Prime Minister Singh Visits Iran: Finding A Delicate Balance
August 28 2012 1:45 PM EDT
Oil is at the heart of Indian-Iranian relations today.
Hurricane Isaac 2012: Google Provides Tropical Storm Path Maps, Forecasted Track, Shelters, And Emergency Information
August 27 2012 2:51 PM EDT
Google Crisis Response, one of Google's thousands of active projects that merges various Google tools like Maps, Docs, Forms and Earth, posted a new webpage dedicated to Tropical Storm Isaac - soon to be Hurricane Isaac - in an effort to disseminate helpful information about the hurricane's path, its forecasted track, and how local residents can stay safe during this emergency situation.
Afghans Say US Strike Killed Haqqani Leader
August 26 2012 12:26 PM EDT
The son of the founder of the powerful Haqqani militant network was killed in an airstrike in Pakistan, Afghan intelligence said Sunday, even as the Taliban insisted that he was alive and well.