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Pakistan Protests U.S. Troop Border Violation

Pakistan has protested to the United States against an incursion by U.S. troops into Pakistani territory to hunt suspected al Qaeda or Taliban militants, a Foreign Ministry official said Wednesday. The incident, which took place May 2, came a day after the top U.S. commander in neighboring Afghanistan said foreign fighters, including from Osama bin Laden’s al Qaeda, were still launching attacks from Pakistan’s semi-autonomous tribal belt. “We have protested to the U.S. authorities, both through the diplomatic and military channels,” Pakistan Foreign Ministry spokesman Masood Khan told a news conference. Full Story

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