Tag: Pakistan

NGOs linked to ISI, says FBI

An FBI probe has raised suspicions that two European NGOs could be secretly financed and controlled by Pakistan’s Inter-Service Intelligence.

U.S. Guantanamo documents name Pakistan ISI as al Qaeda associate

(Reuters) – The U.S. military classified Pakistan’s top spy agency as a terrorist support entity in 2007 and used association with it as a justification to detain prisoners in Guantanamo Bay, according to leaked documents published on Sunday that are…

Pakistan/Terrorism: Nine terrorists killed in troubled tribal region

Pakistani Intelligence Officials said that a suspected U.S. drone killed nine alleged terrorists in Pakistan’s tribal region Tuesday morning. According to the reports, three missiles were fired on the hideout of suspected militants in the Shawal Area of North Waziristan,…

Pakistan covertly aiding Taliban: report

(Reuters) – Pakistan was actively collaborating with the Taliban in Afghanistan while accepting U.S. aid, leaked U.S. military reports showed, a disclosure likely to increase pressure on Washington’s embattled ally.

Breaking: Taliban chief Mullah Omar detained

Pakistani media reported on Tuesday that Taliban chief Mullah Mohammad Omar has been arrested in Pakistani coastal city Karachi in March this year. However, Taliban spokesman rejected the report as mere western propaganda, saying he is safe and sound and leading the Mujahideen in Afghanistan.…

CIA and Pakistan locked in aggressive spy battles

WASHINGTON (AP) – A Pakistani man approached CIA officers in Islamabad last year, offering to give up secrets of his country’s closely guarded nuclear program. To prove he was a trustworthy source, he claimed to possess spent nuclear fuel rods.

Pakistani court sentences Americans for terrorism

Media reported that a Pakistani Court on Thursday sentenced five Americans to 10 years in jail after finding them guilty of plotting attacks against the state and funding a terrorist group.

Eight soldiers, 38 terrorists die in clashes in Pakistan

Pakistani security forces announced that at least eight soldiers and 38 terrorists have been killed on Wednesday in clashes inPakistan‘s north-western tribal area near the Afghan border.

The China-Pakistan Reactor Deal and Asia’s Nuclear Energy Race

Jamestown.org In late April, China announced the sale of two nuclear reactors to Pakistan. This deal is clearly against the guidelines of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) and the spirit if not the letter of the Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT) [1].…