Jackie Northam Veteran journalist Jackie Northam reports and produces long-form news and in-depth feature reports on for NPR News. Her pieces can be heard on NPR's Morning Edition, All Things Considered, and Weekend Edition, as well as NPR newscasts.

Clinton Faults Pakistan On Al-Qaida Inaction

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Pakistani Students Question Clinton On Aid Package

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Clinton's Goodwill Trip Marred By Pakistan Attack

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Bombing Overshadows Clinton's Visit To Pakistan

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Clinton Promises Better Relations With Pakistan

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U.N. Panel Rejects Some Karzai Votes

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Diplomats Try To Resolve Afghan Political Crisis

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Voters In Afghanistan Are Still Waiting

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Election workers in Afghanistan audit suspect ballots at the Independent Elections Commission warehouse in Kabul on Oct. 7. A runoff election between incumbent President Hamid Karzai and his nearest challenger is likely, says Afghanistan's ambassador to the U.S. Shah Marai/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Afghan Vote Audit Nears End; Runoff Likely?

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Afghan Election Recount Continues

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U.N.'s Eide: No Cover Up In Afghan Election Fraud

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Amid Afghan Policy Debate, What About Pakistan?

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U.S. Afghan Strategy Hinges On Reliable Ally In Kabul

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National Security Team To Examine Afghan Strategy

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