India today announced it was recalling its top diplomat to Pakistan, and said will terminate its bus and rail service to the country beginning Jan. 1.
India's prime minister said today that he hopes to settle the conflict with Pakistan through diplomacy, but will not rule out war as a possible response to last week's attack on India's parliament.
Despite U.S. calls for restraint, India publicly accused Pakistan of orchestrating last week's attack on the Indian parliament as an attempt to wipe out the country's political leadership.
Robert MacNeil talks to Pakistani leader Pervez Musharraf about the war in Afghanistan and his country's role in the anti-terror coalition.
Protests erupted today against the U.S.-led attacks on sites inside Afghanistan, while Pakistani President Gen. Pervez Musharraf worked to remove pro-Taliban officials from the country's government and military.
A delegation from Pakistan returned home Monday saying their meeting with leaders of the Taliban was not successful.
Pakistan cautioned Washington on Tuesday not to forge an alliance with anti-Taliban rebels in northern Afghanistan.
Pakistani President Gen. Pervez Musharraf told his nation Wednesday that a U.S. plan to seek out alleged terrorist Osama bin Laden was not an attack on Muslims or the people of Afghanistan.
Taliban officials announce they will decide Tuesday whether to turn over suspected terrorist Osama bin Laden.
Despite new threats from neighboring Afghanistan, Pakistan today indicated it would help the U.S. in its fight against terrorism.
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