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Within days of each other murders in Pakistan and Arizona shocked their respective nations. Americans did not debate whether the murders were justified. No one argued that they were. Earlier in Islamabad, just about as many bullets as were fired in Tucson were fired into the back of Salman Taseer, governor of the Punjab, by one of his bodyguards. Read more»

A NYPD officer examines the sport utility vehicle parked in New York's Times Square that was part of apparent failed car bomb.

Security officials moved swiftly in Karachi to round up as many as eight associates of Faisal Shahzad, the American citizen of Pakistani origin who faces terrorism charges after admitting his role in a failed car-bomb attack Saturday night in Times Square. Read more»

Secretary of State Clinton met with Punjab Governor Salmaan Taseer and Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi in Lahore, in Oct. 2009.

When Pakistani officials sit down with their American counterparts for a round of high-level talks in Washington today, they'll be a demanding bunch. Read more»