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Osama op doctor refuses to eat Pak prison meal over fear of poisoning
The Pakistani doctor who helped the U.S. locate Osama Bin Laden, has reportedly refused to eat meals provided by the Peshawar jail authorities.

U.S. should respect country's decision to imprison Dr Afridi: Pak FO
The Pakistan foreign ministry has said the United States should respect the country's decision to imprison Dr Shakil Afridi, a doctor accused of helping the Central Investigation Agency find Osama Bin Laden.

Livid U.S. cuts 33 mln dollars in aid to 'double dealing' Pak over Osama doctor sentence
In a fresh blow to the battered relations between America and Pakistan, U.S. Congressmen on the powerful Senate appropriations committee have voted to deduct 1 million dollars from the 800 million dollars annual budget for each of the 33 years that Dr Shakeel Afridi has been sentenced to, for working with the U.S. Central Investigation Agency (CIA).

U.S. drone strikes "wise, legal, just" says White House official
After facing condemnation and a fresh protest lodged by Pakistan over its controversial drone programme, the United States has mentioned that drone strikes are wise, legal and just.

U.S. drone strikes in Pakistan may complicate vital negotiations
A fresh drone strike by the Central Investigation Agency in Pakistan's North Waziristan Agency have drawn speculations of a set back in vital negotiations between the already strenuous U.S.-Pak relationship.

America continues drone strikes in Pakistan
A fresh drone strike by America in Pakistan's North Waziristan Agency, which killed three suspected militants and injured two, clearly indicates that the Central Investigation Agency would press ahead with its drone strikes in that country, despite the Parliament's demand to end the attacks.

US report feels war in Afghanistan caught in deadlock
The new secret assessment known as the National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) has claimed that the war against Taliban in Afghanistan is caught up in an impasse.

'CIA station chief's exit from Pak will improve CIA-ISI relations'
The departure of Central Investigation Agency (CIA) chief from Pakistan will lead to improved relations between the ISI and the CIA, US and Pakistani officials have said.

Pak urges US to stop drone attacks in tribal areas
Pakistan has asked the United States to stop the Central Investigation Agency-run unmanned air strikes in tribal areas, diplomatic sources has said.

Outgoing CIA Director Leon Panetta praised for 'Osama hunt down operation'
Outgoing Central Investigation Agency (CIA) Director Leon Panetta has been applauded for the agency's success in helping to hunt down Osama bin Laden, which finally led to the recovery of scores of confidential material from the killed Al Qaeda leader's hideout in Pakistan.

'Irked' US holds back 'war on terror' funds for Pakistan
The United States has delayed the release of 'war on terror' funds for Pakistan amid reports that Washington has threatened to cut off civil and military aid to Islamabad.

US may use drones to eliminate Yemeni Al Qaeda
The Central Investigation Agency (CIA) is reported to be mulling the use of unmanned drones to target high value Al Qaeda extremists living in Yemen.

Lawsuit filed against CIA for release of 'photo and video records' of Osama's killing
Judicial Watch has filed a lawsuit against the Central Investigation Agency (CIA) and the US Department of Defense to release "all photographs and video records" of Osama bin Laden taken during or after the attack on his compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan on May 1 last month, no matter how gruesome they might be.

Veterans see Osama's killing as revenge for CIA colleagues' death in Kenya
While most of America has welcomed the death of Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden, his killing by US Navy Seals in Abbottabad has been particularly welcomed by former veterans of the Central Investigation Agency (CIA).

CIA team inspects bin Laden's Abbottabad compound for over six hours
A Central Investigation Agency (CIA) team has inspected slain al Qaeda founder Osama bin Laden's compound in Pakistan's Abbottabad city.

US in direct talks in Taliban without Pakistan's participation
US officials have met with a senior aide to fugitive Taliban leader Mullah Muhammad Omar at least three times in recent months in the first direct exploratory peace talks, according to officials in the region.

Pakistan allows CIA to search bin Laden compound in Abbottabad
Pakistan has agreed to allow the Central Investigation Agency (CIA) to send a forensics team to examine the Abbottabad compound where al-Qaeda founder Osama bin Laden was killed, US officials have said.

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