Declan Walsh

New York Times

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Pakistan correspondent for the New York Times

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More than a dozen have been killed in clashes between security forces and protesters in Pakistan.

Protests against the Anti-Islam Video Turn Deadly in Pakistan

More than a dozen have been killed in clashes between security forces and protesters in Pakistan.

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Pakistan, one of the world's nuclear powers, is in a state of "constitutional uncertainty" after the Supreme Court dismissed Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani for refusing to pursue a…

Pakistani Prime Minister Dismissed, Leaving Government in Disarray

Pakistan, one of the world's nuclear powers, is in a state of "constitutional uncertainty" after the Supreme Court dismissed Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani for refusing to pursue a…

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Three likely American drone attacks in the past three days have killed 27 people in northwest Pakistan, a practice that's already closed supply routes thought that country into…

US Drone Strikes in Pakistan Kill 27 in Three Days

Three likely American drone attacks in the past three days have killed 27 people in northwest Pakistan, a practice that's already closed supply routes thought that country into…

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