John Solecki, the head of a U.N. refugee office in Quetta, Pakistan, was kidnapped today. Authorities are now searching for clues to the disappearance of the American and his driver. "The government called the abduction a 'dastardly terrorist act,'" the Associated Press reported, "but police said it was not clear whether Islamist militants, criminals seeking a ransom payment or members of a regional separatist group were responsible." Pakistan is becoming increasingly dangerous for Americans. In November, an American aid worked was killed in Peshawar.