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By Associated Press DERA ISMAIL KHAN, Pakistan (AP) -- Two suspected U.S. missile strikes Friday on villages close to the border with Afghanistan killed at least 19 people, most of them militants, Pakistani intelligence officials said.
By The Associated Press ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AP) - Pakistan's army chief named a general considered a hawk in the fight against al-Qaida and the Taliban to head the country's powerful spy agency, asserting his control at a time of U.S.
By Chris Brummitt ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - Pakistan's army chief named a general considered a hawk in the fight against al-Qaida and the Taliban to head the country's powerful spy agency, asserting his control at a time of U.S. concern that rogue operatives are aiding Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan.
By Chris Brummitt Associated Press ISLAMABAD, Pakistan -- Pakistan sought to reassure Washington on Friday that it remained an ally in fighting terrorism, but it also warned the U.S. to stay out of Pakistani territory while hunting down militants along the volatile border with Afghanistan.
Text of report by Pakistan's AVT Khyber News on 24 September [Presenter] Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gillani has come hard on the media in the light of the prevailing security situation in the country and has announced that he will take special measures in this regard.
Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari says he won't allow either terrorists or foreign forces fighting them to violate the country's sovereignty.
By Tim Walker He was friend to the stars, the people's politician and - clutching his trusty mug of tea - the king of the soft-sofa interview.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has agreed to make his first appearance on "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart," Comedy Central announced Tuesday. Blair is to be a guest on Thursday's episode of the late-night chat series, the network said.
Text of press release by Voice of America on 15 September Washington, D.C, September 15, 2008 The Voice of America's (VOA) weekly radio and television audience in Pakistan, scene of recent tumultuous political events, nearly doubled over the past year to more than 11 million, or almost 12 per cent of the surveyed population, a new survey shows.