Report: Drone strikes more successful after U.S. withheld intel from Pakistan

Still more evidence of Pakistan's double game.

"Afghanistan: Pakistan accused of backing Taliban," by Sam Collyns for BBC News, October 26:

Pakistan has been accused of playing a double game, acting as America's ally in public while secretly training and arming its enemy in Afghanistan according to US intelligence.

In a prison cell on the outskirts of Kabul, the Afghan Intelligence Service is holding a young man who alleges he was recruited earlier this year by Pakistan's powerful military intelligence agency, the ISI.

He says he was trained to be a suicide bomber in the Taliban's intensifying military campaign against the Western coalition forces - and preparations for his mission were overseen by an ISI officer in a camp in Pakistan.

After 15 days...