The special representative launched his three-day visit in Pakistan Tuesday with an aim to 'listen and learn,' but also to urge the US ally to eliminate its militant havens.
The scientist confessed in 2004 to selling Pakistan's nuclear secrets to Iran, Libya, and North Korea.
Taliban struck a police station Wednesday. Many police are resigning because of death threats.
Militants in Pakistan seized 13 Afghanistan-bound trucks – one carrying two Humvees – without firing a single shot.
The Army has a mandate to continue its offensive in the Bajaur tribal area until it's won.
The US, India, and Afghanistan are pressuring the government to root out pro-Taliban agents.
The heightened political tensions between the two allies in the war on terror has prompted US presidential hopefuls to focus on improving Afghanistan strategy.
There appears to be little consensus over meeting multifaceted challenges that are driven by varying agendas.
Top critic Nawaz Sharif says President Pervez Musharraf hopes to silence the opposition ahead of Feb. 18 elections
Many cite economic woes as campaigning for the Feb. 18 election picks up Friday.