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Latest Pakistani Government Items
Pakistan's prime minister said Monday his nation "reserves the right to retaliate" if the U.S. attempts another raid like last week's attack on Osama bin Laden's compound, even as the White House said it won't apologize for killing the terrorist leader on Pakistani soil.
President Barack Obama says he knew that sending special forces in helicopters to get Osama bin Laden at his Pakistan compound was risky, but he felt it was the best way to make sure they had their man.
Pretty soon Congress will face one of, if not the toughest votes of this legislative session — the decision on whether to raise our nation's debt ceiling. It is perhaps the defining moment of nearly 87 new Republican freshmen, along with dozens of others (including Democrats) who could lose their jobs come next November should they vote the wrong way.
The Obama administration is asking Pakistan to allow the United States to interview Osama bin Laden's three wives — who are in Pakistani custody — and to analyze materials seized in his compound by Pakistani authorities.
The United States wants access to Osama bin Laden's three widows and any intelligence material its commandos left behind at the al Qaeda leader's compound, a top American official said in comments broadcast Sunday that could add a fresh sticking point in already frayed ties with Pakistan.
Intelligence analysts are sifting through phone numbers and email addresses found at Osama bin Laden's compound to determine potential links to Pakistani government and military officials while U.S. officials and analysts raise concerns about the safety of Pakistan's nuclear materials.
The United States has no "definitive evidence" that Pakistan knew Osama bin Laden had been living in the compound where Navy SEALs killed him, but the Pakistanis must now show convincingly their commitment to defeating the al Qaeda terrorist network, a senior Pentagon official said Thursday.
U.S. officials weighed the pros and cons of releasing secret video and photos of Osama bin Laden, killed with a precision shot above his left eye, as fresh details emerged Tuesday of an audacious American raid that netted potentially crucial al Qaeda records as well as the body of the global terrorist leader.
Several lawmakers said Tuesday that it is time to rethink U.S. aid to Pakistan in light of revelations that Osama bin Laden spent the past six years squirreled away in a safe house a mere football field away from one of country's top military academies and miles from the capital of Islamabad.