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Haqqani says 'traitor' tag post Memogate won't solve Pak's myriad problems
Pakistan's former ambassador to Washington, who was summoned by the Supreme Court, has defended civilian rule and efforts to improve ties with the United States.

Pakistan's judicial panel says ex-envoy has sought US help
A Judicial Commission in Pakistan, which investigated a "memo" that sought U.S. help to stop a possible military coup after the killing of Osama bin Laden in May 2011, has said in its report that former ambassador Hussain Haqqani had sought American help.

'Patriotic' Haqqani to challenge 'one-sided' memo verdict aimed at distracting people
Reacting to the Memogate Commission report, which found the former ambassador to the United States guilty, Husain Haqqani has tweeted his response on the micro-blogging website Twitter, saying that the commission's proceedings were one-sided.

Memogate Commission's report claims ex-envoy to U.S. Haqqani authored memo
A report submitted in the Supreme Court by the judicial commission probing into the Memogate scandal has claimed that former envoy to the United States, Husain Haqqani, had authored the confidential memo.

U.S. Congressman moves bill to charge Pak 50 mln dollars for every ISI-caused death
U.S. Congressman Dana Rohrabacher has introduced a Pakistan Terrorism Accountability (PTA) bill that proposes to deduct 50 million dollars from U.S. aid to Islamabad every time an American is killed "as a result of actions of the ISI".

Haqqani admits to making 8 'non memo related' phone calls to Ijaz between May 9 and 12, 2011
Pakistan's former ambassador to the United States Husain Haqqani has admitted to making at least eight phone calls of about 40 minutes to Pakistan- American businessman Mansoor Ijaz between May 9 and 12, 2011, but denied that the MemoGate was the topic of their conversation.

US obstructed data BlackBerry chat verification over memo issue: Ijaz
Pakistani-American businessman Mansoor Ijaz, the key man in the Memo Gate scandal, has said that the Obama administration had blocked the validation of his BlackBerry set that he had used for chatting with former ambassador Husain Haqqani.

Ijaz says he 'authored and sent' memo to Gen. James Jones without Haqqani's consent
Pakistani-American businessman Mansoor Ijaz has said that he had authored the first draft of the memo himself and sent it to General James Jones, to pass on to then-Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Mike Mullen, without former ambassador Husain Haqqani's consent.

Ijaz says Zardari instructed Haqqani on memo issue
Pakistani-American businessman Mansoor Ijaz has said that Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari had directed former US envoy Husain Haqqani on the memo issue.

Pak-American businessman Mansoor Ijaz records statement before Memo Gate panel
Pakistan-American businessman Mansoor Ijaz has recorded his testimony in connection with the 2011 Memo Gate scandal from the Pakistan High Commission in London through videoconferencing.

Mullen refuses to appear Memo Gate probe body
Former US military chief Admiral Mike Mullen has written a letter to the Pakistan Supreme Court to appear before the judicial commission investigating the Memo Gate scandal.

Haqqani finally jets out of Pak after SC lifts travel ban over memo issue
Former Pakistan Ambassador to the US Hussain Haqqani has finally taken off for Abu Dhabi, after the Supreme Court lifted the travel ban imposed on him over the Memo Gate scandal.

US 'gratified' over lifting of Haqqani's travel curbs
The United States has expressed its 'gratification' at the Pakistan government's decision of lifting the travel curbs imposed on Islamabad's former ambassador to Washington Husain Haqqani, following the Memo Gate controversy.

Pak SC grants two more months for memo probe completion
Pakistan's Supreme Court has granted two more months to the judicial commission probing the Memo Gate scandal for completing its work.

'Only Panetta urged Obama to give go-ahead for Bin Laden Abbottabad raid'
US Defence Secretary and former CIA chief Leon Panetta was the only member of the inner circle who had urged President Obama to give a go-ahead to the Navy Seals raid on former Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden's compound, Vice President Joe Biden has claimed.

Ijaz to be placed on Exit Control List over memo scandal if Parliamentary Committee wants: Rehman Malik
Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik has said that the name of Pakistani-American businessman Mansoor Ijaz, the key person in the Memo Gate scandal, would be placed on the Exit Control List (ECL) if the Parliamentary Committee investigating the memo scandal orders so.

US rules out providing special security for Ijaz during Pak trip over Memo scandal
The US Embassy has said that it would not provide any kind of security to Pakistani-American businessman Mansoor Ijaz when he arrives in Pakistan to testify on the Memo Gate scandal.

Mansoor Ijaz says has US 'support' for Pak visit over Memo Gate issue
Pakistani-American businessman Mansoor Ijaz, the key person in the Memo Gate scandal, has said he had now been assured by the US government of its support during his upcoming visit to Pakistan.

Ijaz threatens to "expose" Haqqani's "lies' with such clarity that won't allow him to run or hide
Pakistani-American businessman Mansoor Ijaz has threatened the country's former ambassador to the US Husain Haqqani that he will come to Pakistan to appear before a judicial commission probing the Memo gate scandal to "expose all his lies".

Karamat, Durrani helped Haqqani prepare memo: Ijaz
Mansoor Ijaz, a Pakistani-American businessman who is the main figure in the "Memo Gate" scandal, told his American go-between General (retired) James Jones that there were three people who "prepared" the now-infamous memo, not just former Pakistani Ambassador to the US Husain Haqqani, a blog posted on the Foreign Policy magazine's web site has revealed.

Three Pakistani high-ranked officials prepared memo: Ijaz
Pakistan-American businessman, who occupies the centre of the memogate scandal, Mansoor Ijaz has said the memo was prepared by the country' three high-ranked officials.

No standoff between Pak govt. and army over Memo Gate issue: Gilani
Pakistan Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani has rejected media reports that there was a standoff between the government and army over the Memo Gate issue.

US General adds another 'twist to Pak Memogate tale'
The controversial Memo Gate scandal has taken an interesting turn after former US National Security Adviser General James Jones claimed that the memo was unreliable because he thinks, it was written by Pakistani-American businessman Mansoor Ijaz, instead of the country's former Ambassador to the US Hussain Haqqani.

Pak-American businessman Ijaz submits statement on memogate scandal case in Pak SC
Pakistani-American businessman Mansoor Ijaz, who is at the center of the Mullen memogate scandal, today submitted his statement to the Supreme Court.

Pak SC accepts Haqqani's plea in Memo Gate case
Pakistan's Supreme Court (SC) has accepted the country's former Ambassador to United States Hussain Haqqani's plea in the Memo Gate case, rejecting objections from the Registrar Office.

Pak SC to hear Memo Gate scandal on Dec 19
The Memo Gate scandal will be heard by the Pakistan's Supreme Court on December 19.

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.

Haqqani sues US magazine over Pak-American businessman's article on Osama raid
Former Pakistan Ambassador to the United States Husain Haqqani has sued the US magazine Newsweek for publishing an article written by Pakistani-American businessman Mansoor Ijaz against him and President Asif Ali Zardari over the Memo Gate issue.

No govt. in world or Pak knew about Osama operation beforehand: US
The US has refuted claims by Pakistani-American businessman Mansoor Ijaz about Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari, and former Ambassador Husain Haqqani having knowledge about the Abbottabad operation in which former al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was killed, insisting yet again that no one in Pakistan, or any other government was informed in advance about the raid

US refutes Pak-American businessman's claim of Haqqani, Zardari knowing about Osama Op.
The White House has turned down the claims of Pakistani-American businessman Mansoor Ijaz, the crucial mediator in the alleged Memo Gate scandal, that President Asif Ali Zardari, and Islamabad's Ambassador to the US Husain Haqqani were aware of the Abbottabad operation that killed former Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden on May 2.

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