Published September 10, 2012
Pakistan’s powerful spy agency regards America as its “worst enemy” and the nation’s declarations of cooperation with the U.S. are a sham to extract tens of billions of dollars in American aid, according to the CIA informant jailed for his role in hunting down Usama bin Laden.
Published August 24, 2012
The Taliban attempted to kidnap the brother and other relatives of the Pakistani doctor jailed for helping the CIA hunt down Usama Bin Laden, members of the family told Fox News.
Published August 15, 2012
Top Pakistani military officials plan to conduct a major militant clearing operation next month similar to the 2009 Swat valley operation that purged one of the most Taliban-infested regions of Pakistan, U.S. military officials tell Fox News.
Published May 25, 2012
Top Pakistani government officials on Friday said the 33-year prison sentence for the doctor who helped the CIA track down Usama bin Laden is payback for how the U.S. went about getting the Al Qaeda leader, and shrugged off criticism of the verdict by telling America to stop “over-reacting” and “take a deep breath.”
Published April 10, 2012
American troops have returned to Pakistan in what is believed to be the first requested-presence mission since the U.S. military was ordered to leave last year amid a meltdown in the countries' relations.
Published January 20, 2012
Relations between the two nations have been at an all-time low since 24 Pakistani soldiers were killed in an inadvertent aerial attack by NATO in November.
Published December 06, 2011
Iraq's government is denying a report that it will execute Tariq Aziz, one of the Saddam regime's most prominent figures, after U.S. troops withdraw at the end of the year.
Published November 17, 2011
The United States may be about to lose its greatest advocate among the Pakistanis, the Pakistani ambassador to the U.S., who has been critical to conveying the need for cooperation from one of America's most important allies in eradicating Islamic militants.
Published September 16, 2011
Residents of the town that sprouted the Rebel Alliance in the "Star Wars" saga say they hope their country's own revolution, combined with Friday's Blu-Ray re-release of the classic movies, will bring a much-needed economic boost to this North African nation.
Published June 23, 2011
It is both everyday Afghan citizens and many among the various NATO military leaderships who feel is too soon for any significant drawdown.