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U.S.: Afghan attacks way up since truce

A U.S. military official said Wednesday that American troops on Afghanistan’s eastern border have seen a threefold increase in attacks since a recent truce between Pakistani troops and pro-Taliban tribesmen that was supposed to have stopped cross-border raids by the militants. The peace agreement, which followed a June 25 cease-fire, also has contributed to the Taliban’s resurgence, the U.S. official said, requesting anonymity because of the sensitivity of the issue. Full Story

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