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Latest Pakistan Items
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Edith Shain, who claimed to be the nurse who was smooched by a sailor in Times Square in the famous Life magazine photograph marking the end of World War II, died Sunday of liver cancer.
An American on a solo mission to hunt down Osama bin Laden is headed back to the United States, 10 days after authorities found him in the woods of northern Pakistan with a pistol, a sword and night-vision equipment.
The government of Pakistan's Punjab province has given more than $1 million to institutions run by an Islamic charity that is on a U.N. terrorism blacklist and affiliated with a group the U.S. considers a foreign terrorist organization.
It was precisely Feb. 4, 2009, when I broke my self-imposed rule. It was not a very old rule, but it was serious. I had told myself I would not criticize the new president of the United States, Barack Obama - at least not for a few more months. But I slipped up. I could not completely swallow the fact that a community-action leader with almost no experience at the national level had become president.