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Militants attack major Pakistan air base; nine killed

17 Aug 2012

KAMRA, Pakistan Islamist militants armed with rocket-propelled grenades and automatic weapons fought their way into one of Pakistan's largest air bases on Thursday, the air force said, in a brazen challenge to the nuclear-armed country's powerful military. | Video

Militants attack major Pakistan air base; 9 killed

16 Aug 2012

KAMRA, Pakistan Islamist militants armed with rocket-propelled grenades and automatic weapons fought their way into one of Pakistan's largest air bases on Thursday, the air force said, in a brazen challenge to the nuclear-armed country's powerful military.

Militants attack major Pakistan air base; nine killed

16 Aug 2012

KAMRA, Pakistan Islamist militants armed with rocket-propelled grenades and automatic weapons fought their way into one of Pakistan's largest air bases on Thursday, the air force said, in a brazen challenge to the nuclear-armed country's powerful military. | Video

Militants attack major Pakistan air base; 9 killed

16 Aug 2012

KAMRA, Pakistan Islamist militants armed with rocket-propelled grenades and automatic weapons fought their way into one of Pakistan's largest air bases on Thursday, the air force said, in a brazen challenge to the nuclear-armed country's powerful military. | Video

U.S., Pakistan reach deal to reopen Afghan supply routes

04 Jul 2012

WASHINGTON/ISLAMABAD Pakistan and the United States reached a deal on Tuesday to reopen land routes that NATO uses to supply troops in Afghanistan, ending a seven-month crisis that damaged ties between the two countries and complicated the U.S.-led Afghan war effort.

U.S., Pakistan reach deal to reopen Afghan supply routes

03 Jul 2012

WASHINGTON/ISLAMABAD Pakistan and the United States reached a deal on Tuesday to reopen land routes that NATO uses to supply troops in Afghanistan, ending a seven-month crisis that damaged ties between the two countries and complicated the U.S.-led Afghan war effort.

U.S., Pakistan reach deal to reopen Afghan supply routes

03 Jul 2012

WASHINGTON/ISLAMABAD Pakistan and the United States reached a deal on Tuesday to reopen land routes that NATO uses to supply troops in Afghanistan, ending a seven-month crisis that damaged ties between the two countries and complicated the U.S.-led Afghan war effort.

Exclusive: Iran grain barter deals crash; considers big buys

28 Jun 2012

LONDON/ISLAMABAD Iran's attempts to secure millions of tons of wheat via sanction-beating barter deals with India and Pakistan are failing, and Tehran is poised to pay premium prices on international markets to secure food and stave off unrest.

Exclusive: Iran grain barter deals crash; considers big buys

28 Jun 2012

LONDON/ISLAMABAD Iran's attempts to secure millions of tonnes of wheat via sanction-beating barter deals with India and Pakistan are failing, and Tehran is poised to pay premium prices on international markets to secure food and stave off unrest.

Pakistan's gun-slinging chief justice faces backlash

24 Jun 2012

ISLAMABAD To his admirers, Pakistan's Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry is a hero whose relentless pursuit of a money-laundering case against the president is teaching a generation of the country's leaders a long-overdue lesson in respect for the law.

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