U.S., Pakistan reach deal to reopen Afghan supply routes




 
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U.S., Pakistan reach deal to reopen Afghan supply routes
 
July 3rd, 2012  
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U.S., Pakistan reach deal to reopen Afghan supply routes
WASHINGTON/ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan and the United States reached a deal on Tuesday to reopen land routes that NATO uses to supply troops in Afghanistan, ending a seven-month crisis that damaged ties between the two countries and complicated the U.S.-led Afghan war effort. U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, in a telephone call with Pakistani Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar, apologized for a November NATO air strike that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers last November and prompted an infuriated Islamabad to slam the supply routes closed. ...




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