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  1. sarmad

    The race is on for Libya's oil, with Britain and France both staking a claim | The Guardian UK (Now

    The race is on for Libya's oil, with Britain and France both staking a claimRebel leaders dismiss suggestions that firm promises have been made, but supportive countries look set to benefit Alain Jupp said it would be 'fair and logical' for France's companies to benefit. Photograph: Jean-Pierre...
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    MQM has a thuggish reputation for its alleged involvement in extortion and other rackets. Guardian

    Karachi shuts down after night of violence leaves 12 dead Provincial minister with the ruling Pakistan People's party sparks protests after diatribe against opposition party A family on a motorbike rides past a burning vehicle set ablaze by protesters in Karachi. Photograph: Athar...
  3. crankthskunk

    Certain Talibans are not Terrorists anymore: Changing face of USA and UK looking to remove UN sancti

    USA and UK are looking for removal of UN sanctions against Taliban. In their efforts to drive a wage between certain Taliban groups for a dignified exit from Afghanistan. Those who had been calling Taliban as terrorist, should see how the West changes its faces. The question is why Pakistan...
  4. Fursan

    Musharrafs party sends legal notice to Guardian for publishing wrong report

    LAHORE: Former president Pervez Musharrafs party has issued a legal notice to British news paper Guardian for publishing a report that said Musharraf had signed an agreement with the US that allowed Washington to conduct unilateral raids in Pakistan. The notice has been filed by...
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    A timeline of terror in Pakistan - The Guardian

    2002 14 June A car bomb outside the US consulate in Karachi kills 12. 2003 25 December President Pervez Musharraf escapes injury in a suicide bomb attack which kills 15. 2005 20 March 43 people are killed when a bomb explodes at a Shia Muslim shrine in south Balochistan...
  6. KhanHaripur

    Guardian - US Has Taken Over Pakistan

    It is a measure of the Pakistani state's weakness that the Americans apparently have such scope and leeway to influence and direct its affairs. Simon Tisdall guardian.co.uk, Wednesday 1 December 2010 14.38 GMT LONDON, UKPakistan was already under the American hammer before the WikiLeaks crisis...


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