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Despite Public Animosity, U.S. and Pakistan Cooperate Behind the Scenes
When Charles Arthur Williams, a 41-year-old from Mississippi, showed up for a flight in Peshawar, Pakistan, with 9mm bullets in his bag, he could have quickly become a poster child for Americans who behave badly in Pakistan. Pakistani television channels compared him to Raymond Davis,...
Al Qaeda Leader Zawahiri Says He Has American Hostage
In a newly released audio message, al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri claims that his organization is holding hostage Warren Weinstein, a 70-year-old American who went missing in August in Pakistan. Zawahiri's statement is the first official claim of responsibility by any group in relation to the
Raymond Davis , CIA Contractor, Charged With Felony in Parking Lot Skirmish
DOJ Mum on Investigation into Davis' Previous Shooting of Two Men in Pakistan
Pakistani Cops Arrest 3 in American Kidnapping
Pakistani police have arrested three men in connection with the kidnapping of 70-year-old American Warren Weinstein more than 10 days ago. Police officers declined to give details about who the men are and what their connection to the Aug. 13 abduction may be. The three were detained by police
American Mystery in Pakistan : Cops Release Kidnapping Suspect Sketch
Warren Weinstein, Development Worker, Snatched Out of Bed; FBI Using Lie Detectors on Guards
CIA Chief in Pakistan Exits; Led OBL Hunt Team
The CIA station chief who oversaw the intelligence team that found Osama bin Laden has left Pakistan for medical reasons and is not returning, the second time the agency's most senior officer in Pakistan has left in the last seven months, according to U.S. and Pakistani officials. The Islamabad
Three Osama Bin Laden Wives in Pakistani Custody
Pakistani intelligence agents today are interrogating three women -- all wives of Osama bin Laden -- who were captured during the U.S.-led raid on Sunday. The wives, including the youngest -- 29-year-old Yemeni Amal Ahmed Abdul Fatah -- were all living with bin Laden inside the compound in
CIA 'Considering' Intelligence Deal With Pakistan : Officials
In response to requests from Pakistan's premiere intelligence service, the Central Intelligence Agency is considering sharing more information about its operatives inside Pakistan but has refused to reveal drone targets before CIA can strike them, according to a U.S. official and two Pakistani
Clinton Says U.S.-Pakistan Relationship 'Very Difficult'
Even in diplomatese, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton makes it clear that the U.S. relationship with Pakistan is not in an ideal place. On “This Week,” ABC News’ Senior White House Correspondent Jake Tapper asked, “Has this relationship gotten worse...