Another CIA Station Chief Leaves Pakistan



Another CIA station chief for Pakistan has reportedly left Islamabad last week amid growing tensions between the intelligence services of the two nations in the wake of the Raymond Davis incident and the US operation that killed Bin Laden in Abbottabad. American officials said that the station chief, who can’t be named under US secrecy laws, left because of illness, but representatives from both sides have given sufficient hints to suggest the departure was part of a wider problem affecting intelligence cooperation between Islamabad and Washington, including a growing trust deficit. The departing CIA station chief had just served seven months in Pakistan.


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