• Resentment topples Afghan peace talks

    WASHINGTON — The first round of peace talks in Pakistan, on July 7, may be the last in the near term. Scandal, infighting and explosive allegations have erupted, threatening to scuttle reconciliation and possibly ending…

  • Maryland man sentenced for exporting firearms to Pakistan

    BALTIMORE (AP) — A pizza shop owner has been sentenced to two years in prison for exporting semi-automatic rifles, parts and accessories to Pakistan. Thirty-five-year-old Kamran Ashfaq Malik of Upper Marlboro was sentenced Monday in…

  • Top al-Qaida leader killed

    Al-Qaida\’s global operations manager Adnan el Shukrijumah was
    killed in South Waziristan after a firefight with Pakistani military forces on

  • India’s woman in Washington wrestles with tough issues

    Terrorism originating from Pakistan, close ties
    with Iran, a
    special bond with Russia and maintaining and
    growing a crucial
    relationship with the United States
    dominate the time of Nirupama Rao, India\’s
    Ambassador to the

  • No confirmation of Pakistani Taliban leader’s death

    J.J. Green, WTOP national security correspondent