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  • ** FILE ** Pigeons fly as the Taj Mahal Palace hotel continued to burn in Mumbai, India, on Thursday, Nov. 27, 2008. Teams of heavily armed gunmen stormed luxury hotels, a popular restaurant, hospitals and a crowded train station in coordinated attacks across India's financial capital, police said. (AP Photo)

    Pakistan says it will defend spy chief in U.S. suits

    Pakistan will "strongly contest" two U.S lawsuits that link its spy chief and his agency to the deadly 2008 attacks in Mumbai, India, the government said Thursday.

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  • ** FILE ** Fire engulfs a part of the Taj Hotel in Mumbai, India, early Thursday, Nov. 27, 2008. Teams of heavily armed gunmen stormed luxury hotels, a popular restaurant, hospitals and a crowded train station in coordinated attacks across India's financial capital Wednesday night, killing at least 78 people and taking Westerners hostage, police said. A previously unknown group, apparently Muslim militants, took responsibility for the attacks. (AP Photo/Gautam Singh)

    U.S. suits against Pakistani spy chief face hurdles

    The plaintiffs in two U.S. lawsuits accusing Pakistan's spy chief of nurturing terrorists involved in the 2008 Mumbai attacks are hoping for a historic outcome recalling the Lockerbie settlement, but they would have to overcome serious legal obstacles first, lawyers and experts say.

  • Protesters hold signs at a rally against U.S. drone attacks on Pakistani tribal areas in Islamabad, Pakistan on Dec. 10, 2010. Three American missile attacks killed 54 suspected militants Friday Dec. 17, 2010 close to the Afghan border, an unusually high number of victims that included commanders of a Taliban-allied group that were holding a meeting, Pakistani officials said. (AP Photo/B.K.Bangash, File)

    Pakistan denies having unmasked CIA chief

    Pakistan's top spy agency denied Saturday that it helped unmask the CIA's station chief in Islamabad, dismissing speculation it was retaliating for a U.S. lawsuit linking the Pakistani intelligence chief to the 2008 attacks in Mumbai, India.

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