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Latest Pakistan Items
Close to half of the 600 murders reported so far this year in the economic hub of Karachi have been "target killings," slayings carried out by religious groups and gangs affiliated with political parties. That's roughly double the number that occurred in all of 2009.
The director of the new Indian film that satirizes Osama bin Laden said he "definitely" hopes to show it in America, but added that the comedy will first have its success tested in European markets.
U.S. officials and a former Afghan foreign minister are expressing skepticism over Pakistan-brokered talks between Afghan President Hamid Karzai and al Qaeda-affiliated groups, saying Islamabad appears to be trying to install its proxies in a future government in Kabul.
America's top military officer assured President Hamid Karzai on Saturday that newly chosen NATO commander Gen. David Petraeus would pursue the policies of his ousted predecessor, whom the Afghan leader warmly praised for reducing civilian casualties.
Five young American Muslims were convicted of plotting terrorist attacks and sentenced to jail in a case that highlights concerns about Westerners traveling to Pakistan to link up with extremist groups.
The president's most senior adviser on counterterrorism and homeland security says in an exclusive interview that citizens who pose a threat to the country are being tracked.
A Colorado man who traveled to Pakistan to hunt down Osama bin Laden said he'll "absolutely" try again, despite his arrest in the woods of northern Pakistan.
The leader of a D.C.-area mosque is disappointed that five young men who worshipped there before going to Pakistan have been convicted on terror charges and sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Five American men were convicted Thursday on terror charges by a Pakistani court and sentenced to 10 years in prison in a case that heightened concerns about Westerners traveling to Pakistan to contact al Qaeda and other Islamist extremist groups.