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'Carlotta Gall New York Times' - 6 News Result(s)

  • Ilyas Kashmiri killed in US drone strike in Pakistan: Reports

    Ilyas Kashmiri killed in US drone strike in Pakistan: Reports

    One of Pakistan's most wanted militant commanders, Ilyas Kashmiri, has been killed in an American drone strike in the tribal territory of South Waziristan, residents and a militant member in the area said on Saturday. Officials said they were also aware of the reports but could not confirm his death.Mr. Kashmiri was considered one of the most dange...

  • Is one-eyed Taliban leader Mullah Omar dead? Taliban says no

    Is one-eyed Taliban leader Mullah Omar dead? Taliban says no

    The Taliban said on Monday that its leader, Mullah Muhammad Omar, is alive and "living in a safe place," disputing reports coming from inside Afghanistan's intelligence agency indicating that he had been killed in Pakistan two days ago. A senior Afghan official said the Afghan intelligence service, the National Directorate of Security, had the info...

  • The men who sheltered Osama in Abbottabad

    The men who sheltered Osama in Abbottabad

    In his last days, Osama bin Laden was not surrounded by a circle of heavily armed Arab bodyguards or mujahedeen who had fought with him in Afghanistan against the Soviet Union. Rather, he relied on two Pakistanis, one of whom, according to American officials, was his most trusted courier. Both men died with him in the American raid on their compoun...

  • Blood money paid, Raymond Davis released

    Blood money paid, Raymond Davis released

    American officials won the release on Wednesday of a CIA contractor under investigation for two counts of murder in Pakistan after they spent more than six hours with the families of the victims, the lawyer for the families Asad Manzoor Butt said.The families accepted a payment of money, ending the case, Mr Butt said. He did not specify the amount....

  • WikiLeaks: The shifting portrait of Hamid Karzai

    WikiLeaks: The shifting portrait of Hamid Karzai

    Oman's foreign minister says that he is "losing confidence" in him. A British diplomat says Britain feels "deep frustration" with him, while an Australian official complains that he "ignores reality." A diplomat from the United Arab Emirates says Afghanistan would be better off without him. NATO's secretary general speculates that he has a split pe...

  • Pakistanis scramble to stay ahead of floodwaters

    Pakistanis scramble to stay ahead of floodwaters

    This town had already been evacuated because of the threat of flooding, but it filled up again on Saturday with tens of thousands of people fleeing floodwaters that had inundated surrounding districts and villages after the Indus River broke its embankments in several places. Families camped in front of the courthouse, in a park, in an ancient ceme...

'Carlotta Gall New York Times' - 6 News Result(s)

  • Ilyas Kashmiri killed in US drone strike in Pakistan: Reports

    Ilyas Kashmiri killed in US drone strike in Pakistan: Reports

    One of Pakistan's most wanted militant commanders, Ilyas Kashmiri, has been killed in an American drone strike in the tribal territory of South Waziristan, residents and a militant member in the area said on Saturday. Officials said they were also aware of the reports but could not confirm his death.Mr. Kashmiri was considered one of the most dange...

  • Is one-eyed Taliban leader Mullah Omar dead? Taliban says no

    Is one-eyed Taliban leader Mullah Omar dead? Taliban says no

    The Taliban said on Monday that its leader, Mullah Muhammad Omar, is alive and "living in a safe place," disputing reports coming from inside Afghanistan's intelligence agency indicating that he had been killed in Pakistan two days ago. A senior Afghan official said the Afghan intelligence service, the National Directorate of Security, had the info...

  • The men who sheltered Osama in Abbottabad

    The men who sheltered Osama in Abbottabad

    In his last days, Osama bin Laden was not surrounded by a circle of heavily armed Arab bodyguards or mujahedeen who had fought with him in Afghanistan against the Soviet Union. Rather, he relied on two Pakistanis, one of whom, according to American officials, was his most trusted courier. Both men died with him in the American raid on their compoun...

  • Blood money paid, Raymond Davis released

    Blood money paid, Raymond Davis released

    American officials won the release on Wednesday of a CIA contractor under investigation for two counts of murder in Pakistan after they spent more than six hours with the families of the victims, the lawyer for the families Asad Manzoor Butt said.The families accepted a payment of money, ending the case, Mr Butt said. He did not specify the amount....

  • WikiLeaks: The shifting portrait of Hamid Karzai

    WikiLeaks: The shifting portrait of Hamid Karzai

    Oman's foreign minister says that he is "losing confidence" in him. A British diplomat says Britain feels "deep frustration" with him, while an Australian official complains that he "ignores reality." A diplomat from the United Arab Emirates says Afghanistan would be better off without him. NATO's secretary general speculates that he has a split pe...

  • Pakistanis scramble to stay ahead of floodwaters

    Pakistanis scramble to stay ahead of floodwaters

    This town had already been evacuated because of the threat of flooding, but it filled up again on Saturday with tens of thousands of people fleeing floodwaters that had inundated surrounding districts and villages after the Indus River broke its embankments in several places. Families camped in front of the courthouse, in a park, in an ancient ceme...

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