Since Raymond Davis' release, relations between the U.S. and Pakistan have been strained. Now Pakistan is demanding that the United States sharply reduce the number of CIA and Special Ops forces working in the country, and put drone strikes on hold.
Tensions are on the rise between the U.S. and Pakistan because of a man named Raymond Davis. Davis is an American who has admitted to killing two Pakistani men in Lahore. To help us unravel this mystery is Aleem Maqbool, from the BBC.
Pakistan's Punjab governor Salman Taseer was shot dead yesterday by one of his bodyguards, who shot him 30 times. BBC reporter, Aleem Maqbool is in Lahore, Pakistan, where Taseer's funeral is taking place.
We talk with Christian Science Monitor reporter, Issam Ahmed, on the ground in Lahore, Pakistan, and Michelle Fanzo, Project Leader for the World Policy Institute, who weigh in on United States' effort to aid in the floods' devastating aftermath.
The worst flooding in Pakistan's history has killed over a thousand people in a volatile region. Issam Ahmed, reporter for the Christian Science Monitor, is in Lahore, Pakistan. He has the latest details.
At least 12 people have died in Peshawar, Pakistan after a suicide bomber attacked a police investigation bureau close to a Pakistani army garrison.The World's Katy Clark looks at the strategy of the insurgents.
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