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A plot to attack Denmark was detailed by confessed terrorist David Coleman Headley during the Mumbai terror attack trial Tuesday in Chicago.

An officer in Pakistan’s intelligence service chose a Jewish center as a target for the 2008 Mumbai attacks and then helped launch a new plot against Denmark, according to the star witness in a terror trial in Chicago. Read more»

A confessed terrorist took the stand in a Chicago courtroom Monday and described a close alliance between Pakistan's intelligence service and the Lashkar-i-Taiba terrorist group, alleging that Pakistani officers recruited him and played a central role in planning the 2008 Mumbai attacks. Read more»

The Taj hotel in Mumbai was one of the sites of terrorist attacks in the Indian city that left 166 dead.

The life of David Coleman Headley, a confessed American terrorist and Pakistani spy, has moved from a soap opera to a crime story to an espionage thriller embroiling the elites of India, Pakistan and the United States. Read more»

Osama bin-Laden's compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan.

Questions abound about duplicity and incompetence in the bin Laden raid. The damage done to the Pakistani military’s reputation seems far worse as it stands now than it would have been had it known and cooperated in the operation. Read more»

Hotel Taj Mahal burns following explosions and gunfire during an attack by terrorists in Mumbai, India, on Nov. 26, 2008.

Bin Laden's time at compound that apparently went unnoticed is at question as the United States and Pakistan's relationship hangs on a thin thread days after indictment of terror suspects. But detailed allegations of ISI involvement in terrorism soon will be made public. Read more»

British Prime Minister praised Monday the actions of the United States in bringing down Osama bin Laden on Sunday. 'Osama Bin Laden was responsible for the worst terrorist atrocities the world has seen — for 9/11 and for so many attacks, which have cost thousands of lives, many of them British,' Cameron said in a statement.

World leaders are praising the news that al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, the world’s most wanted terrorist, has been killed by U.S. forces in Pakistan. Read more»

Sachin Tendulkar

A cricket star took India by storm last week when he joined Twitter and began racking up followers at the rate of almost 4,500 an hour. Within the first 24 hours, Sachin Tendulkar’s following reached almost 80,000, sparking a media frenzy and countless tweets. Read more»

BANGALORE, India — In a country that has the dubious distinction of topping almost every ranking of the world’s corrupt, bribe-taking countries, a law called the Right to Information Act is altering the equation between the gigantic government and its vast citizenry. Read more»