Treason Trial Complicates U.S.-Pakistani Relations

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Pakistan Signals Afghan Supply Route Will Reopen

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Pakistan's Prime Minister Refuses To Step Down

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Pakistanis walk past the rubble of the demolished compound of slain al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden in the northern town of Abbottabad this week. Bin Laden's legacy in Pakistan appears mixed. Support for al-Qaida seems to be down, but bin Laden is still revered by extremists. Sajjad Qayyum/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Bin Laden's Legacy Inspires Pakistani Extremists

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Pakistan's Prime Minister Found Guilty Of Contempt

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Pakistani army soldiers work Wednesday at the site of a massive avalanche that buried 140 people, including 129 soldiers, April 7 at the Siachen glacier. Pakistan's army chief called for the peaceful resolution of the Himalayan glacier dispute with rival nuclear power India. B.K. Bangash/AP hide caption

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In Kashmir Conflict Zone, The Glacier Is The Enemy

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Pakistan's Parliament Approves Steps For U.S. Ties

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Leaders' Meeting Boosts India-Pakistan Relations

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The prime minister's legal counsel Aitzaz Ahsan (center) outside the Supreme Court, following the appearance of Prime Minister Yousef Reza Gilani before a seven member bench. Gilani faces contempt charges for his government's refusal to re-open a corruption case against President Asif Ali Zardari. Sajid Mehmood/NPR hide caption

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Pakistan's Prime Minister Has Rare Day In Court

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Pakistan's Prime Minister Faces Contempt Order

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After Hiatus, U.S. Launches Drone Attack In Pakistan

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Relations between the U.S. military and the Pakistan military have become even more strained since American forces were involved in a shooting last month that left 24 Pakistani soldiers dead. Here, Pakistani soldiers march during a ceremony in September. Arif Ali hide caption

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U.S. And Pakistan Relations: From Bad To Worse

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Former cricket star Imran Khan waves to supporters during a rally in Lahore, Pakistan, last month. Khan, who is campaigning to be prime minister, attracted a crowd of some 100,000 at the rally. K.M. Chaudary/AP hide caption

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Former Cricket Star Finds Fans In Pakistani Politics

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A man rides past the house of kidnapped American aid expert Warren Weinstein in Lahore, Pakistan. Weinstein was kidnapped more than two months ago; so far no demands have been made for his return. K.M. Chaudary/AP hide caption

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Criminals, Militants Align In Pakistan Kidnappings

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