In an effort to build confidence and trust between the two nations after American forces’ unilateral capture of Osama bin Laden, Pakistan and the US are collaborating on a joint intelligence team that will target top terrorism suspects, reports the AP’s Kimberly Dozier, who will be moderating a panel discussion at the 2011 Aspen Security Forum. Dozier explains that the joint intelligence team will go after five top terror targets, one of whom, Ilyas Kashmiri, was reportedly killed by a drone strike today in South Waziristan (click here to read about Kashmiri). Read the article here.
Mon, June 6, 2011
by HS Intern