As U.S. Senator John Kerry warned Pakistan on Sunday it could risk losing U.S. aid in case Islamabad failed to cooperate more with Washington in curbing terrorism, Islamabad has also finalized its list of conditions to be forwarded to Washington.
Frayed relations between Pakistan and the United States following the Navy SEALs raid on Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad on May 2 are likely to collapse after a special joint “in-camera” session of Pakistan’s parliament on Friday unanimously passed a resolution condemning the U.S.’ unilateral action in Abbottabad in violation of Pakistan’s sovereignty, and called for revisiting and reviewing Pakistan’s terms of engagement with the U.S.Tags Conflict/War
On Monday morning, Pakistan suddenly found itself between a rock and a hard place when U.S. President Barack Obama broke the news of terror mastermind Osama bin Laden’s killing in a U.S. commando raid in Pakistan.
A teenager arrested as an accomplice to Pakistan's deadliest suicide bombing of the year has said that up to 400 suicide bombers are being groomed to wage carnage in the nuclear-armed nation.
Taliban militants carried out a double suicide bombing outside the shrine in Pakistan’s Punjab province, killing 42 people and injuring more than 70 on Sunday. A Taliban spokesman, the same person who claimed responsibility for the killing of Pakistan's Christian Minister for Minorities Shahbaz Bhatti, said his men are responsible for the suicide attacks.Tags Islam
At least 22 people have been killed in Afghanistan so far in a series of violent protests against the burning of the Quran by two Florida pastors, according to reports coming from Afghanistan.
Bhatti’s family said he was never given an extended security cover and had the same security from his first to the last day as minister, despite many requests to the government for more protection.Tags Human Rights