Pakistan's Supreme Court upheld the acquittal of five of the six men accused of gang-raping Mukhtar Mai, seen here at a shelter in the southern Punjab village of Meerwala in February. Aamir Qureshi/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Pakistan Frees All But 1 Accused In Gang Rape

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Mullen: Pakistan's Spy Agency Has Terrorist Links

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U.S. Relations With Pakistan Sour

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Haniya Aslam (left) and Zeb Bangash have won critical acclaim in Pakistan, where female musicians face challenges simply because they're women. Courtesy of Nida Rehman hide caption

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Music In The Time Of Extremism

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Pakistani captain Shahid Afridi (left) and India's captain, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, at a news conference in Mohali, India, on Tuesday. The two men and their teams will face off Wednesday in a World Cup semifinal that is being dubbed "the mother of all matches." Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP hide caption

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India, Pakistan Stop For Crucial Cricket Game

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Players at the Polo Grounds of Lahore. The National Polo Championship culminates their season and caps the unofficial start of spring. Sajid Mehmood /NPR hide caption

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In Lahore, Pakistanis Welcome Spring

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Hundreds protest in Islamabad, waving the flags of the Jaamat Islami Party and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, the party of former cricket player Imran Khan, now a politician popular among young Pakistanis. Sajid Mehmood/NPR hide caption

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U.S. Drone Missile Attacks Arouse Anger In Pakistan

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Members of the Pakistani religious party Jamaat-e-Islami protest the release of CIA contractor Raymond Davis in Karachi on Wednesday. Asif Hassan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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American's Release Doesn't End Turmoil In Pakistan

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Pakistani police officers surround the U.S. Consulate during rallies on Feb. 18 condemning Raymond Davis, a U.S. Embassy employee who shot dead two Pakistanis in Lahore in January. K.M.Chaudary/AP hide caption

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American's CIA Ties Imperil Pakistan Cooperation

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Davis Case Complicates U.S., Pakistan Relations

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U.S., Pakistan Dispute Jailed Diplomat's Immunity

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Pakistani police escorted the man identified by local authorities as Raymond Davis on Friday into court in the city of Lahore, where a judge ordered him held another eight days. The U.S. Embassy says the detained American is a diplomat enjoying immunity from criminal prosecution and arrest. Davis is due back in court Monday. Arif Ali/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Jailed American's Case Stokes Fury In Pakistan

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Yasim Raashid says many Pakistanis do not believe Davis is a diplomat as the Americans say, but more likely a security operative along the lines of the much-loathed Blackwater, now called Xe. Sajid Memood/ hide caption

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Case Of Jailed Diplomat In Pakistan Fuels Anger

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Pakistani Police: U.S. Employee Kills 2 Gunmen

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