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Shows featuring Mosharraf Zaidi

  • Did Pakistani Gov’t Know Where Osama bin Laden Was Hiding? Play_paki_osama
    "The idea that bin Laden got from Tora Bora to that house over the last seven or eight years without a single element of the Pakistani state knowing about it just doesn’t ring true," said Pakistani journalist Mosharraf Zaidi, who has been reporting in Abbottabad. "What rings even more hollow is the notion that...
    May 02, 2011 | Story
  • UN Humanitarian Chief John Holmes: The Magnitude of the Pakistan Floods Is Unprecedented Pakistan-aerial
    The United Nations is warning millions of Pakistanis are at risk of deadly waterborne diseases more than two weeks since Pakistan’s worst-ever flooding began. The World Health Organization says around six million people — over half of them children — face the threat of cholera and dysentery, as well as...
    August 17, 2010 | Story
  • US Says Suspect Admits to Failed Times Square Bombing Timessq
    The US government says the suspect in Saturday’s failed Times Square car bombing has admitted to carrying out the attempted attack. Thirty-year-old Faisal Shahzad was charged Tuesday in a federal court in Manhattan with five counts, including attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction and transporting an explosive...
    May 05, 2010 | Story