Saeed Shah

Wall Street Journal

Guest

Pakistan correspondent for the Wall Street Journal; former special correspondent for McClatchy Newspapers, based in Islamabad, Pakistan

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The Taliban has claimed responsibility the assassination of at least 141 people at a school run by the military in Pakistan's Northwest frontier.

Taliban Attack on Pakistan School Leaves More than 140 Dead

The Taliban has claimed responsibility the assassination of at least 141 people at a school run by the military in Pakistan's Northwest frontier.

from To the Point

Secretary of State Clinton today unveiled a massive new  aid package  designed to win hearts and minds in Pakistan, before moving on to Afghanistan for the largest  international…

US Unveils Large Aid Package to Win Pakistani Hearts

Secretary of State Clinton today unveiled a massive new aid package designed to win hearts and minds in Pakistan, before moving on to Afghanistan for the largest international…

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A joint NATO-Afghan  military operation  appears to be succeeding in pushing Taliban fighters from their strongholds in Helmand Province bringing the areas back under Afghan government…

NATO and Afghan Forces Go on Offensive in Helmand Province

A joint NATO-Afghan military operation appears to be succeeding in pushing Taliban fighters from their strongholds in Helmand Province bringing the areas back under Afghan government…

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