US, UK, India criticize Pakistan as terror haven

Pakistan's top spy agency is coming under increased pressure over its alleged links to and sponsorship of terrorists and Taliban insurgents, as the fallout continues from Sunday's leak of tens of thousands of documents on the war in Afghanistan.

British Prime Minister David Cameron, India's foreign ministry, and the chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff have all expressed concerns about Pakistan's spy agency in the past two days.Pakistan is ostensibly cooperating with the US in an effort to squeeze Al Qaeda terrorists and their allies in the remote mountainous regions along the border with Afghanistan.
But Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) has long been suspected of playing a double game, with some elements in the spy agency allegedly having links to the Taliban and other terror groups targeting India and other foreign interests.