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US defends Pakistan drone strikes  Washington: Defence Secretary Leon Panetta has backed the use of drones to target militants, after a missile strike killed al-Qaeda leader Abu Yahya al-Libi   US-Pakistan rift hits Nato summit  Chicago: A row between the US and Pakistan over supply routes to Afghanistan is threatening to overshadow the summit of Nato leaders   Obama confirms Pakistan drone strikes   Washington: US President Barack Obama has confirmed that unmanned drones regularly strike suspected militants in Pakistan's tribal areas Pakistan to keep Nato convoy ban
PM Sharif vows to end 'terrorism'   Nawaz Sharif has vowed to rid his country of terrorism after a Taliban attack at a school in Peshawar killed 141 people, mostly children   US halts shipments from Afghanistan  Kabul: The US military has halted its ground cargo shipments via Pakistan because of the risk to drivers after protests over US drone strikes Pakistan 'endorsed US drone strikes'   Secret US documents reveal that senior Pakistani government officials have for years known of and endorsed CIA drone strikes   Musharraf acknowledges secret U.S. deal on drones  Ex-Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf acknowledged his government secretly signed off on U.S. drone strikes   Pakistan reopens NATO supply routes to Afghanistan

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  Pakistan has decided to reopen supply routes that the United States and its allies have used for their troops in Afghanistan
 US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said: 'We are sorry for the losses suffered by the Pakistani military'

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  Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani: Pakistan may continue its blocking of Nato convoys into Afghanistan for several weeks

  The US military has announced the withdrawal of a number of its troops after had received a request from the Pakistan to reduce its presence

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Oct.9   Pakistan 'to reopen Afghan route'  Pakistan will reopen a crucial overland supply route for Nato forces in Afghanistan with immediate effect Oct.5 U.S. pressing to reopen key supply route Sep.30 Pakistan bans NATO supply convoys
  Pakistan has banned NATO supply convoys from entering Afghanistan after fighting between NATO and militants led to the killing of Pakistani soldiers
Mar.29 G8 unveils Afghan-Pakistan plan. Canada

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Oct.11 Pakistan 'to strike at militants'   Tribal Areas: Interior Minister Rehman Malik: Pakistan will launch an operation against militants in restive South Waziristan 'imminently' May.21   US commander in Pakistan warning  U.S. Senate: Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff: A US troop build-up in Afghanistan could push Taliban deeper into Pakistan, further destabilising... May.7 Pakistan 'to eliminate militants'   PM Yusuf Raza Gilani has ordered the army to'eliminate militants and terrorists', apparently referring to Taliban May.5 Pakistan urged over Taliban fight  Washington: Richard Holbrooke, Washington's special representative for Pakistan and Afghanistan has said the US must put more pressure on Islamabad Mar.29   U.S. prepared to hit targets in Pakistan
  Washington: President Obama said that his administration remains prepared to order strikes against 'high-value' targets within Pakistan US to consult Pakistan on strikes  Washington: President Obama has said he will consult Pakistan's leaders before targeting militants in that country

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Dec.26   Pakistan moves troops to India border
  Pakistani troops have been moved from western border with Afghanistan to the Indian border amid fears of an Indian ground incursion.    India has advised its citizens against tr...
Sep.10 Pakistan orders end to foreign incursions  Pakistan's military chief said that no foreign forces will be allowed to conduct operations inside Pakistan in light of last 'reckless' U.S. ground operation   US to focus on Pakistani border  Afghanistan: The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff has called for a new strategy in Afghanistan which will deny militants bases across the border in ...

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Sep.17   Musharraf to 'give up army post'
  The chief lawyer for the President says he will give up his post of army chief soon afterwards if he is re-elected

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B. 2014-12-17 PM Sharif vows to end 'terrorism' Pakistan
2. 2013-12-03 US halts shipments from Afghanistan Kabul
3. 2013-10-24 Pakistan 'endorsed US drone strikes' Pakistan
4. 2013-04-12 Musharraf acknowledges secret U.S. deal on drones Pakistan
2012-07-03 Pakistan reopens NATO supply routes to Afghanistan Pakistan
G. 2012-06-06 US defends Pakistan drone strikes Washington
7. 2012-05-21 US-Pakistan rift hits Nato summit Chicago
I. 2012-01-30 Obama confirms Pakistan drone strikes Washington
J. 2011-12-11 Pakistan to keep Nato convoy ban Pakistan

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