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  • Smith & Wesson To Pay $2M To Settle Charges Of Illegal, Overseas Firearms Sales

    The holding company for Springfield-based gun maker Smith & Wesson has agreed to pay more than $2 million to settle charges that employees made improper payments to foreign officials to win contracts, a federal agency said Monday.
  • Feds trying to extradite former Chicago comptroller Amer Ahmad from Pakistan

    Feds trying to extradite former Chicago comptroller Amer Ahmad from Pakistan
    Federal authorities are trying to extradite former Chicago comptroller Amer Ahmad from Pakistan to face sentencing in a bribery scheme in Ohio he took part in before coming to work for Mayor Rahm Emanuel.  Ahmad fled in April to Pakistan, where he was...

    Waqar wants to revive Pakistan's love affair with pace

    KARACHI (Reuters) - Pakistan coach and former paceman Waqar Younis has promised to rejuvenate his country's fast-bowling attack. Waqar, who in May accepted the coaching job for the second time in four years, said he wanted pace to play a pivotal role...

    Flower vows to make Pakistan batsmen more consistent

    KARACHI (Reuters) - Pakistan's new batting coach Grant Flower has termed his new assignment as the biggest challenge of his coaching career and is hopeful of making the batsmen more consistent. The former Zimbabwe batsman told reporters in Lahore that he...

    Pakistan military says 28 militants killed in airstrikes

    Wary Pakistan puts military in charge of capital's security
    ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan is putting the military in charge of security in the capital, Islamabad, in case Pakistani Taliban militants try to launch attacks in response to an army offensive against them, the government said on Friday. The military...