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Pro-Taliban Rebel Holdouts Give Pakistanis a Fierce Fight

Pakistani security forces battled pro-Taliban rebels holding out in a town near the Afghan border on Monday, killing 19 of them as the toll from three days of clashes rose to more than 120, the military said. The rebels launched attacks on government positions in Miran Shah on Saturday as President Bush met Pakistan’s president, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, in the capital. The fighting has raged since. Full Story

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