The Pakistani valley is an infiltration route for Taliban-allied guerrillas who cross to attack U.S. troops in northeast Afghanistan, U.S. military officers and Pakistani sources said.
The Pakistani valley is an infiltration route for Taliban-allied guerrillas who cross to attack U.S. troops in northeast Afghanistan, U.S. military officers and Pakistani sources said. Newsday/MCT
The Pakistani valley is an infiltration route for Taliban-allied guerrillas who cross to attack U.S. troops in northeast Afghanistan, U.S. military officers and Pakistani sources said. Newsday/MCT

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April 30, 2012 12:00 AM

A year after bin Laden raid, Pakistan still harboring U.S.’s biggest enemies

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