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A 2000 photograph of Maulana Masood Azhar, leader of the Jaish-e-Mohammed and one of those released in 1999 by the Indian government following a plane hijack.
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A 2000 photograph of Maulana Masood Azhar, leader of the Jaish-e-Mohammed and one of those released in 1999 by the Indian government following a plane hijack.

China’s ‘hold’ stopped designation of LeT, Jaish leaders

The U.S. State Department was of the view that China's hold on listing the three terrorists was done at the behest of Pakistan. »
A diplomatic cable sent under the name of U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton states that despite public disavowals, “some officials of Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate (ISI) continue to maintain ties with a wide array of extremist organizations.” File Photo

State Department cable cited ISI links with militants

The cable was sent to five U.S. Embassies, including that of Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. » 1 comment
EXPENSIVE BUY: Washington believed the aircraft could serve the purpose of diverting Pakistan's attention from 'the nuclear option' and in the event of an India-Pakistan war, give the U.S. a few days to mediate and prevent nuclear conflict. A file photograph of an F-16 in Italy.

Behind the Pakistan F-16 deal, a tale of many wheels

The sale by the United States of F-16 military aircraft to Pakistan, announced in 2005, was celebrated as a sign of deepening strategic ties between Islamabad and the Bush administration in Washington... » 20 comments
Supporters of Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan in Karachi celebrate his February 2007 release from virtual house arrest.

A.Q. Khan’s ‘secret agreement’

Cable reveals the conditions brokered by a Pakistan court between him and the government for his freedom » 1 comment

Pakistan's military officers, seen through American eyes

The cable shows that anti-American biases run deep in the military, despite the lavish bankrolling by the U.S. » 7 comments
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