The Pakistani village of Shekhanandeh, on the border with Afghanistan, is an infiltration route for Taliban-allied guerrillas.
The Pakistani village of Shekhanandeh, on the border with Afghanistan, is an infiltration route for Taliban-allied guerrillas. James Rupert / Newsday / MCT
The Pakistani village of Shekhanandeh, on the border with Afghanistan, is an infiltration route for Taliban-allied guerrillas. James Rupert / Newsday / MCT

Insurgencies spread in Afghanistan and Pakistan

February 03, 2008 06:00 AM

UPDATED February 03, 2008 06:25 AM

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