Political Risk

Did Pakistani Intelligence Back Terrorists Against the CIA in Afghanistan?

“A new document, made public this week by the nongovernmental National Security Archive at George Washington University, makes the impactful claim that an ‘unidentified’ Pakistani intelligence officer paid $200,000 to the Haqqani network to carry out a suicide attack on a U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) base in eastern Afghanistan in 2009. The Haqqani network is a militant group active on both sides of the Pakistan-Afghanistan border and is closely linked with the Taliban.”

Source: Did Pakistani Intelligence Back Terrorists Against the CIA in Afghanistan? | The Diplomat

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