Pakistan's reaction to the attack on Mumbai

Tuesday, December 02, 2008

While the world is still reeling from last week’s attacks on Mumbai, questions remain as to who and why. With many fingers pointing to a Pakistan-based terrorist group, tensions in the region are running high as Pakistan and India fire off accusations and denials and rumors flow freely across the borders. The nuclear-armed neighbors have fought three wars and had many skirmishes in the past, but so far their ceasefire has held in the wake of the attacks.

Guests:

Saeed Minhas

Contributors:

Melissa Locker

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