Central Intelligence Agency

Among those arrested is a Pakistani army officer. Took note of the license plates of vehicles entering in Abbottabad. The status and whereabouts of the detainees is unknown at the moment. The Government of Pakistan has arrested several local informants who collaborated with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) from EE UU in the operation against the leader of Al Qaeda, Osama Bin Laden, as reported by The New York Times. The detainees are five collaborators who helped the CIA to gather the information needed to locate that for years was enemy number one from us. According to The New York Times, among the detainees is an officer of the national army which took note of the enrolment of some of the vehicles entering the complex in which Bin Laden was residing in Abbottabad. Relationships the arrests represent a new blow to relations between the Central and country USA, which is degrading progressively since the operation the CIA deployed last May two and that allowed capture and death to the leader of the terrorist organization.

In the weeks after the coup, Washington tried recomposing relations deteriorated, prompting the Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, traveling in late May to Islamabad to meet with key leaders of Pakistan. Clinton traveled accompanied by the j of the American staff, Mike Mullen, and days before Senator John Kerry moved into Pakistan, as well as official delegations led by the U.S. to Afghanistan and Pakistan, Mark Grossman, Envoy and number two of the CIA, Mark Morrell. No news however, relations between the two countries do not seem to have improved. United States has stated publicly that reserves the right to put in place new unilateral actions against insurgents in Pakistan, while Islamadad who complains that these actions would result in a violation of sovereignty. In retaliation for the US operation against Bin Laden on Pakistani soil, the Islamabad Government has asked the withdrawal of 200 military American who worked as advisers in Pakistan. As reported by The New York Times in its online edition, the status and whereabouts of informants of the CIA who have been detained in Pakistan is unknown at the moment.

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