U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel will travel to Pakistan tomorrow to meet with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif amid protests over American drone strikes that halted some shipments of supplies bound for troops in neighboring Afghanistan.
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif heads to Afghanistan tomorrow to discuss security issues with President Hamid Karzai, whose reluctance to sign a pact to retain U.S. troops beyond 2014 has stoked concern in the region.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, once ousted in a coup, named a U.K.-educated general seen as apolitical as head of the nuclear-armed country’s army in a move to further civilian control over the military.
Former Pakistani cricketer Imran Khan vowed to permanently block a supply route to U.S. forces in Afghanistan starting tomorrow as he seeks an end to drone strikes in the country’s northwest, where his party holds power.
A Pakistani doctor who helped the U.S. track down Osama bin Laden faces charges in a murder case after a woman accused him of causing the death of her son from an operation six years ago, a defense lawyer said.
A U.S. drone strike that killed the leader of the Pakistani Taliban risks reversing a thaw between the nations two weeks after Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif cited improved ties to woo investment on a visit to Washington.
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif trumpeted record profits by Colgate-Palmolive Co. and Nestle SA to investors in the U.S. as he seeks to improve ties between the two nations and turn around a struggling economy.