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Cameron Munter is the US Ambassador to Pakistan.

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U.S. 'regrets' Salala incident, hopes for better ties with Pak, says Envoy Munter
U.S. Ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter has said America regrets the Salala check post incident and intends to expand ties with Pakistan in diverse fields.

Tough challenges ahead for new U.S. envoy to Pak
The new U.S. envoy to Pakistan replacing Cameron Munter, would have to balance two major needs: stabilising Pakistan-U.S. relations, and support the U.S. drawdown efforts in Afghanistan, which have suffered due to the closure of NATO supply routes last November, an official has said.

Pakistan promises full protection to U.S. diplomats
Pakistan has assured full protection to U.S. diplomats in Islamabad after a U.S. State Department report said there was a marked increase in U.S. diplomats being harassed by the country's security agencies.

Richard Olson to be new U.S. envoy to Pak
The United States is expected to name Richard Olson as the new ambassador to Pakistan, replacing Cameron Munter, who will be leaving shortly after two years on the job, U.S. officials have said.

'Tired' Munter says diplomacy in Pakistan extremely 'demanding' job
U.S. Ambassador to Pakistan, Cameron Munter, has termed the practice of diplomacy in Pakistan as the most demanding job, stating that he was tired of the "fastness" of the Pakistani media.

Terror mastermind Hafiz Saeed sues Pak journos for Rs. 10cr for defamation
Jamaat-ud- Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed has sent a legal notice to two Pakistani journalists for publishing the news about his alleged meeting with American Ambassador Cameron Munter.

U.S. Envoy Munter denies ever meeting Hafiz Saeed
The U.S. Embassy has categorically rejected an op-ed published in a Pakistan daily that claimed a meeting took place between U.S. ambassador Cameron Munter and Jamaat ud Daawa chief Hafiz Saeed.

US says Pak envoy Munter will quit for 'personal reason'
The United States has claimed that its ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter will quit because of a 'personal decision'.

U.S. Envoy to Pak to step down amid 'impasse' in bilateral ties
U.S. Ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter has reportedly announced his decision to step down from his post, after serving less than two years on the job.

Hillary Clinton 'confirms' U.S. bounty on Hafiz Saeed head
U.S. State Secretary Hillary Clinton, on Monday, confirmed that the U.S. has announced a bounty for terror group Lashkar-e-Toiba's founder and Jamat-ud-Dawa's chief Hafiz Saeed, who was allegedly involved in planning and launching the Mumbai terror attacks in November 2008.

Only Afghan leadership can resolve Afghanistan issue: Munter
U.S. Ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter has said that only Afghan leadership can resolve the Afghanistan issue and added that Pakistan and the United States can only give Kabul a helping hand.

U.S. in no mood to 'apologise' to Pak for deadly NATO air raid
Pakistan and the U.S. have ended up in a deadlock over the issue of a public apology for last year's deadly NATO airstrike, resulting in an indefinite delay in the much-anticipated re-engagement process between the two allies.

Decision to re-open NATO supply line should be practical not emotional one: Editorial
A final decision to re-open NATO supply routes that have been shut since the deadly November 26 airstrike, should be a practical and not an emotional one, an editorial in a Pakistan daily has said.

US pledges $110m aid amid talks of re-opening NATO supply routes
The US has vowed to provide 110 million dollars in aid to Pakistan in the wake of the latter possibly taking a final decision on re- opening NATO supply routes that have been shut on November 26, 2011.

US Deputy Secretary of State Nides to arrive in Islamabad
US Deputy Secretary of State Thomas Nides is likely to travel to Islamabad this week to hold crucial talks to devise a new framework under which supplies for the western forces stationed in Afghanistan would pass through the country.

Obama-Gilani meeting likely next week in Seoul
Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani is expected to meet US President Barack Obama in Seoul next week on the sidelines of a nuclear safety summit.

'America will respond "openly and honestly" on US-Pak ties once Islamabad's parliamentary debate ends'
US Ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter has said that the United States would wait for the conclusion of parliamentary debate on Pak-US relationship and would respond "openly and honestly".

American diplomatic staff harassed in Pakistan: US
US authorities have complained yet again that their diplomatic staff are being harassed in Pakistan.

US wants unconditional NATO supply resumption to Afghanistan
The United States wants unconditional resumption of NATO supplies to Afghanistan, sources have said.

Pak I and B Minister says NATO supply lines not restored yet
Pakistan Information and Broadcasting Minister Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan has said that NATO supply lines had not yet been restored and that only shipments of books for Afghan children had been released on the request of Afghan President Hamid Karzai.

Pak speeds up gas pipeline project with Iran
Pakistan has speeded up the pace of work on the Pak-Iran Gas Pipeline Project.

No confrontation between Pak Govt, military: Gilani
Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani dispelled the speculation of any confrontation between the country's government and the military, and insisted both army and the judiciary had no intention of derailing democracy in the country.

Gilani asks US to 'respect' Pakistan's red lines
Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani has asked the United States to respect his country's red lines, national sovereignty and territorial integrity.

PTI 'absolutely comfortable' working with US on all issues: Imran Khan
The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has said his party would be 'absolutely comfortable' working with the US on all issues, including the war against terrorism.

US submits proposals to put ties with Pakistan back on track
The US Ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter is believed to have handed over a proposal to the government in Islamabad, envisaging a series of measures to repair bilateral ties that was damaged following the NATO attack that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers.

'US working hard to improve ties with Pak'
The United States has said it is working hard to keep channels open and get back to work with the Pakistani government after the relation soured following the recent NATO attack.

US envoy Munter meets Pak FM Khar, discusses US-Pak ties
US Ambassador Cameron Munter met with Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar to discuss the bilateral relationship on Friday.

Former Pak envoy Haqqani retains lawyers to pursue defamation claims against media firm
Former Pakistan ambassador to the United States Husain Haqqani has retained Washington- based lawyers, Steven K Barentzen and R Kenly Webster to pursuE defamation claims against The Newsweek.

'Non-stop crises between US and Pak creating differences within Obama administration'
The non-stop crises between the US and Pakistan this year has reportedly led to huge differences surfacing among American military, its intelligence network and diplomats, officials have said.

US envoy assures Pak of no repeat of incidents like Salala attack
US Ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter has said Washington would ensure that incidents like the Salala attack are never repeated in the future.

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