Connect to share and comment

Chatter: The US is on high alert in Pakistan now too

The US pulls its diplomatic staff out of Lahore, Pakistan after receiving "specific threats," it's a second deadly day in Quetta, Edward Snowden's encrypted emails aren't safe, and the universe does wrong by Desmond Tutu.
ChatterEnlarge
Graphic. (Antler Agency/GlobalPost)
The US pulls its diplomatic staff out of Lahore, Pakistan after receiving "specific threats," it's a second deadly day in Quetta, Edward Snowden's encrypted emails aren't safe, and the universe does wrong by Desmond Tutu.
More

US pulls staff out of consulate in Lahore, Pakistan, due to 'specific threats'

The State Department didn't say whether its closure was linked to the same threat that prompted the urgent evacuation of the US embassy in Yemen on Wednesday, though one unnamed US official told the Associated Press that the two situations were not related.

On Location Pakistan: Speaking out against extremism

In music videos, street theater, and protests, some Pakistanis are risking their lives to oppose extremists.

Syndicate content