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Afghan spies had intelligence leads four years ago that pointed to an area close to where Osama bin Laden was hiding, according to the Afghanistan's former spy chief. But Pervez Musharraf -- then Pakistan's president -- refused to take action despite
Pakistani officials at the International airport stopped , US Ambassador to Pakistan, Cameron Munter, when they were trying to enforce a rule that requires all Diplomats to carry A NO Objection Certificate for travel ouside Islamabad.
The military remains one of the most trusted Pakistani institutions although its reputation dipped after the death of Osama bin Laden , a poll indicated Friday. A Gallup poll taken May 9-12 found 78 percent of Pakistanis have confidence in the
tool goes here The top commander of U.S. special operations forces says the al-Qaida of Osama bin Laden is bloodied and "nearing its end," describing bin Laden's killing in a special operations raid as an upper cut to the group's jaw.
The Magazine at the White House for an exclusive interview in the September/October issue. The two talk about discovering with the rest of the world that a team of U.S. Navy Seals had raided a compound in Pakistan to kill Osama bin Laden...So I knew
Former President Pervez Musharraf has said that Pakistan was found with Osama bin Laden was not this matter is only relations, Pakistan and the United States is not limited to the war against terrorism in the tension in
The US House Foreign Affairs Committee approved on Friday a bill that would defund a $7.5 billion aid to Pakistan programme if signed into law, dealing a serious blow to already strained relations between the two allies. On Thursday, the committee
Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf has defended Pakistan's national intelligence agency, the Directorate for Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) against allegations that it funneled millions of dollars to a US based group to lobby Congress
Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf says US attempt to go after al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri on Pakistani territory would be "irresponsible." Musharraf told CNN on Thursday that an attack on Zawahiri in
WASHINGTON: Former president Pervez Musharraf insisted Thursday that Pakistan did not provide assistance to Osama bin Laden as he renewed criticism of the US raid that killed the world’s most wanted man. On a visit to Washington,