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Topic: Pakistani Inter-Services Intelligence
Pakistan's top general reins in own Army
Stop pampering Pakistan's military
Pakistan on tightrope with militant raid
In unconfirmed raid, Pakistan seizes Mumbai attack ringleader
Public anger strains Indian-Pakistani cooperation
Pakistani organization accused of links to Mumbai attacks holds open house
Pakistan pressed on India attacks
Steadfast, Mumbai begins picking up the pieces
Is Kashmir key to Afghan peace?
Amid Taliban violence, key players differ on containment strategy
U.S. airstrikes test alliance with Pakistan
Pakistan Army will retaliate against U.S. attacks
Top Taliban commander targeted in U.S. attack in Pakistani tribal area
New York court indicts Pakistani scientist seized in Afghanistan
Can Pakistan clean up its intelligence agency?
Afghanistan accuses Pakistani intelligence of aiding cross-border terrorism
Pakistan seeks peace deal with militant tribe
U.S. military prepares to train Pakistani forces
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