Pakistan spy agency denies it exposed CIA chief

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December 19, 2010 04:21

 
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Pakistan's main spy agency denied it had unmasked the CIA's station chief in Islamabad, and warned such allegations could damage its already fragile counterterrorism alliance with the United States.

The CIA pulled its top spy out of Pakistan on Thursday amid death threats after his name emerged publicly a few weeks ago from a Pakistani man threatening to sue the CIA over the alleged deaths of his son and brother in a 2009 US missile strike. The attorney involved with the complaint said he learned the name from Pakistani journalists.

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