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Pakistan tries to ease tension after US attack

Condoleezza Rice, the US secretary of state, said on Monday that Washington could not deal “lightly” with al-Qaeda in Pakistan, but promised to address Islamabad’s concerns after a US attack on a Pakistani village. Her remarks came as Shaukat Aziz, Pakistan’s prime minister, tried to strike a conciliatory note in his country’s relations with the US following the attack. He is due in Washington on Wednesday for a week-long visit in an effort to forge closer economic ties. Full Story

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