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4-6-10 PakPulse

In Press Roundup on April 6, 2010 at 11:22 am
Pakistan

Other stories:
Human rights report threatens aid to Pakistan (Washington Post)
Taliban launched complex and deadly assault on U.S. consulate (Washington Post)
  • Also: U.S. expresses anger over consulate attack (BBC News)
  • Also: Attack shows Pakistani militants still a threat (McClatchy)
  • Also: Investigators probe consulate attack (Dawn)
Pakistan police kill two suspected bombers in north-west (Associated Press)
U.S. defends legality of drone killings (Wall Street Journal)
German jihad colonies sprout up in Waziristan (Der Spiegel)
Widow fights Pakistan Taliban with embroidery (Christian Science Monitor)
Pakistan trying to discredit UN Bhutto report? (Foreign Policy)
Chicago cab driver pleads not guilty to funding al Qaeda in Pakistan (Bloomberg)
Obama says Pakistan has secured its nuclear weapons (Dawn)
Sharif brothers stay away from joint parliament session (Daily Times)
Editorials:
Motives behind the Peshawar consulate attack by Imtiaz Gul (Foreign Policy)
Pakistan, a nation under attack by Robert Fisk (The Independent)
Pakistan’s cricketers dismissed for a duck by Richard Lord (Wall Street Journal)
Zardari’s missed opportunity (Dawn)
The Rangers’ excesses (Dawn)
Strengthen democracy (Daily Times)
Profiling (The News)
Afghanistan

Other stories:
Karzai remarks risk U.S.-Afghan rift (Associated Press)
  • Also: Latest anti-Western outburst stirs unease (Los Angeles Times)
  • Also: Why Karzai is pushing back against U.S. (Time)
  • Also: What did Karzai say to Clinton? (Foreign Policy)
Parliament speaker Qanooni assails Karzai speech (Los Angeles Times)
27 Taliban reported killed in western fighting (Associated Press)
NATO probes civilian deaths in airstrike (Reuters)
NATO under fire over civilian casualties, Karzai criticism (Christian Science Monitor)
Afghan election commission backs Karzai decree (Reuters)
Editorials:
The Karzai problem (Washington Post)
Afghan war can’t tick by the American clock (Christian Science Monitor)
Turning our backs on heroes by Bob Herbert (New York Times)
The things I forgot to carry by James Traub (Foreign Policy)
On Afghan corruption, do as we say, not as we do by Stephen Walt (Foreign Policy)
Karzai takes on the Taliban by Meir Javedanfar (Guardian)
India

Other stories:
Strong ties with India is goal of Geithner trip (New York Times)
  • Also: Geithner boosts India trade ties (BBC News)
Maoist rebels kill 60 troops in India (Associated Press)
Editorials:
Taking the fight to the Maoists by Ashok Mehta (Wall Street Journal)
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