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Simon Cameron-Moore

Simon Cameron-Moore

    Swat's main town 'fully under control'
    Swat's main town 'fully under control'
    Pakistani forces have regained full control of Mingora, a week after re-entering the main town in the Swat valley to dislodge thousands of Taliban...
    Pakistani militants 'most likely behind cricket attack'
    Pakistani militants 'most likely behind cricket attack'
    An investigation into the attack on Sri Lanka's cricket team in Lahore has found signs that Pakistani militants with possible ties to al-Qaeda were...
    US sharpens focus on South Asia's Gordian Knot
    US sharpens focus on South Asia's Gordian Knot
    The outgoing Bush administration was always going to leave president-elect Barack Obama with the problem of what to do about Pakistan, America's...
    Pakistan army says 1 000 militants killed this month
    Pakistan army says 1 000 militants killed this month
    Pakistani forces have killed up to 1 000 Islamist militants in fighting in the strategically important north-western region of Bajaur this...
    Pakistan's election winners ponder coalition
    Pakistan's election winners ponder coalition
    The party of assassinated former Pakistan prime minister Benazir Bhutto began stitching together a coalition on Wednesday that could spell the end...
    Pakistanis trickle to delayed polls, security tight
    Pakistanis trickle to delayed polls, security tight
    Fears of violence kept many Pakistanis away from the polls on Monday with 80 000 troops backing up police to watch over a vote that could...
    Polls open for Pakistani vote
    Polls open for Pakistani vote
    Fears of violence overshadowed Pakistan's general election on Monday with 80 000 troops backing up police to watch over a vote that could return...
    Bomb casts al-Qaeda shadow on heart of Pakistan
    Bomb casts al-Qaeda shadow on heart of Pakistan
    A suicide bomb attack that killed 19 people in Lahore, which had been a haven from violence, demonstrates an intensifying show-down with militants...
    Pakistani lawyers bear brunt of crackdown
    Pakistani lawyers bear brunt of crackdown
    Pakistan's opposition grappled for a united response on Tuesday to President Pervez Musharraf's imposition of emergency rule, leaving lawyers to...
    Musharraf begins Pakistan's military musical chairs
    Musharraf begins Pakistan's military musical chairs
    Pakistan's General Pervez Musharraf appointed a new military spy chief and made several other promotions on Friday, days after announcing his plan...
    Pakistan yearns for 60-year merry-go-round to stop
    Pakistan yearns for 60-year merry-go-round to stop
    Sixty years old, Pakistan remains trapped in the same revolving door between civilian and military rule that it has known all its life.