CNN's Phil Black reports on a Taliban-led massacre in an Afghan bank.
Four people were killed in northwest Pakistan Friday when more than two dozen armed attackers blew up oil tankers carrying fuel for NATO troops in Afghanistan, police said.
Militants wielding automatic weapons first killed two guards at the main gate of a terminal on the outskirts of Peshawar city, where 18 tankers were parked, senior police official Imtiaz Shah said.
The attackers then planted explosive devices under a dozen tankers, he said, and killed two drivers who were sleeping in the terminal.
About 15 tankers were damaged after catching fire in the blasts, which occurred around 2 a.m. Friday, Shah said.Read the full story
CNN's Phil Black reports from Afghanistan on the outrage over the government's plans to take over women's shelters.
Raymond Davis, the American accused of killing two Pakistani men, appeared in a Pakistani court Friday where he was handed documents that detailed the case against him.
The court then adjourned until March 3 when Davis is expected to be formally charged.
The case has strained relations between the United States and Pakistan, a key ally in the war against al Qaeda and the Taliban in neighboring Afghanistan, and many Pakistanis are outraged by the incident.
Davis has said that the shooting occurred after he was attacked by two men as he drove through a busy Lahore neighborhood on January 27, according to the U.S. Embassy in Pakistan.Read the full story