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Angry US defends Pak doctor who helped catch Osama

May 24, 2012

Angry US defends Pak doctor who helped catch Osama

A Pakistani court sentenced Afridi to 33 years of rigorous imprisonment after finding him guilty of "spying on al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden without bringing it to the notice of the government of Pakistan". #Osama bin Laden #Islamic terrorism #Pakistan United States relations #Foreign relations of Pakistan #Victoria Nuland #Afridi
Khar suggests Pak should resume NATO supplies

May 15, 2012

Khar suggests Pak should resume NATO supplies

Pakistan's foreign minister has suggested the country should reopen its Afghan border to NATO troop supplies, saying the government has made its point by closing the route for nearly six months. #Pakistan #NewsTracker #War in Afghanistan #Foreign relations of Pakistan #North Atlantic Treaty Organization
US, Pak negotiate reopening NATO supply line

May 14, 2012

US, Pak negotiate reopening NATO supply line

The United States has been holding intense negotiations with Pakistan to get the country to reopen its border to supplies meant for NATO troops in Afghanistan. #Pakistan #War/Conflict #NewsTracker #War in Afghanistan #Foreign relations of Pakistan #North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Pak moving towards granting India MFN status Zardari

May 10, 2012

Pak moving towards granting India MFN status Zardari

Pakistan is moving towards granting Most Favoured Nation-status to India "despite some hurdles", President Asif Ali Zardari said #India #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Foreign relations of Pakistan #Asif Ali Zardari
NATO trucks caused Rs 100 billion damage to roads Pak

Apr 20, 2012

NATO trucks caused Rs 100 billion damage to roads Pak

Federal Minister for Communications Arbab Alamgir Khan on Thursday said the government has taken up the issue with US officials, but America had not paid any compensation to Pakistan. #Osama bin Laden #Al-Qaeda #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Foreign relations of Pakistan #Islamabad #Washington
Trade with India will solve Pak's growth problem: World Bank

Mar 19, 2012

Trade with India will solve Pak's growth problem: World Bank

Welcoming the recent move by India and Pakistan to initiate steps to improve business and trade ties, Isabel Guerrero, World Bank Vice President for the South Asia region, said this is crucial for the struggling Pakistan economy. #NewsTracker #Foreign relations of Pakistan #Indo-Pakistani relations #Iranian Plateau #Outline of Pakistan #Isabel Guerrero
Pak allows NATO to transport food supplies to Afgan by air

Feb 14, 2012

Pak allows NATO to transport food supplies to Afgan by air

NATO is being allowed to use Pakistani airspace to fly food supplies to troops in Afghanistan though land routes have been closed since a crossborder air strike last year. #Pakistan #NewsTracker #War in Afghanistan #Nato #Foreign relations of Pakistan
US' relationship with Pak has been a difficult one Clinton

Dec 15, 2011

US' relationship with Pak has been a difficult one Clinton

As ties between the two countries hit a new low, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said US' relationship with Pakistan has been a "difficult" one and the latter was gripped by a "weak economic leadership". #United States #Pakistan #TheySaidIt #Hillary Clinton #Foreign relations of Pakistan
Post NATO attack, Pak envoys push for foreign policy revamp

Dec 14, 2011

Post NATO attack, Pak envoys push for foreign policy revamp

Pakistan's top diplomats have recommended an overhaul of the country's ties with the US and doing away of the understandings reached during the Pervez Musharraf regime. #US #NewsTracker #Pervez Musharraf #Foreign relations of Pakistan #Pakistan Nato Attack
Pakistan's miserable month of May

May 28, 2011

Pakistan's miserable month of May

The recent series of cataclysmic events have undone Pakistan's carefully crafted, Janusfaced foreign policy. But will this crisis change anything? #Pakistan #InterServices Intelligence #ConnectTheDots #Foreign relations of Pakistan