Middle East

September 30, 2010

Pakistan cuts key route to Afghanistan over deadly U.S. raid

Pakistan brought a critical NATO supply route for U.S.-led forces in Afghanistan to an abrupt halt on Thursday after NATO aircraft crossed into Pakistan in a confused attack that killed three Pakistani paramilitary troops. Hundreds of trucks bound for the Torkham crossing, the main crossing point between Pakistan and Afghanistan, were halted as NATO said it was investigating the incident.

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