Pakistan, India Cooperate in Airbase Attack Probe


NEW DELHI—A team of Pakistani investigators is in India to probe a deadly terror attack on an Indian airbase earlier this year that New Delhi has blamed on Pakistan-based militants. The assault, in which seven Indian soldiers died, set back efforts to resume talks between the rivals, but the joint probe is being seen as a sign of cooperation.
Indian investigators briefed five Pakistani officials Monday in New Delhi about key evidence collected so far about the January 2 attack in which six gunmen stormed the strategic defense facility at Pathankot, about 50 kilometers from the border with Pakistan.