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March 16, 2011 Raymond Davis has been in jail since he shot and killed two men who he said were trying to rob him. The incident strained U.S.-Pakistan relations.
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Pakistani police stand guard outside the Kot Lakhpat jail during today's court hearing.
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February 25, 2011 Raymond Davis claims diplomatic immunity. Pakistan is weighing if it can try him for the killing of two men. Davis, a CIA employee, says he acted in self-defense. Meanwhile, Pakistan arrested another American for allegedly having an expired visa.
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February 22, 2011 But the story of American Raymond Davis, who's being held in a Pakistani jail as he awaits word on whether he'll be tried for killing two men, has gotten more complicated with the news that he was working for the CIA.
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