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By Amna Nawaz
Hafiz Saeed’s release does not bode well for U.S.-Pakistani relations, and with Defense Secretary James Mattis reportedly visiting Islamabad on Sunday, the Pakistani government will have much to explain.
By Larisa Epatko
The meeting between India’s new prime minister, Narendra Modi, and his Pakistani counterpart, Nawaz Sharif, may have opened an opportunity to mend a relationship fraught with violence and territorial dispute. Jeffrey Brown gets two views on the contentious relationship from…
By PBS NewsHour
On his first full day as India's new prime minister, Narendra Modi met with his Pakistani counterpart, Nawaz Sharif. The two countries have had a contentious, violent history, including consistent conflict over the northern region of Kashmir and a 2008…
The bloody three-day siege in Mumbai in 2008 was one of the most high-profile terrorist attacks since 9/11. American David Coleman Headley, who helped plan the attack, is the subject of a Frontline and ProPublica documentary airing Tuesday on PBS.
A Chicago man pleaded not guilty Wednesday to assisting with last year's terrorist attacks in the Indian city of Mumbai and plotting an armed assault on a Danish newspaper that printed cartoons of the Muslim Prophet Muhammad.
The only surviving suspected gunman in last year's siege on Mumbai pleaded not guilty to 86 charges against him, including waging war against India and murder.
Indian investigators have charged a man they say is the lone surviving gunman in last year's Mumbai attacks with "waging war" against the country, among other charges that could lead to the death penalty.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Wednesday that Pakistan has a "special responsibility" to cooperate with the probe into last week's attacks in Mumbai as protesters took to the streets to voice dissatisfaction with India's government.
As the investigation continues into last week's attacks in Mumbai that killed nearly 200 people and threatened to unravel delicate ties between India and neighboring Pakistan, India's home security minister resigned Sunday.
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