Julie McCarthy Julie McCarthy has traveled the world as a international correspondent for NPR. She is currently NPR's correspondent based in New Delhi, India.

Retired senior police investigator Zafar Qureshi, 59, stands outside his home in Lahore, Pakistan, where security guards are stationed 24 hours a day. The former police official has probed some of the highest profile cases of official misconduct in Pakistan, and says he fears for his safety and that of his children in a country that he says is steeped in a "culture of corruption." Julie McCarthy/NPR hide caption

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In Pakistan's Anti-Corruption War, A Lonely Warrior

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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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