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Pakistan reopens NATO supply route

Sunday, October 10, 2010 - 01:11

Oct. 10 - Trucks begin rolling across the Pakistan-Afghanistan border, as Pakistan reopens the vital Khyber Pass NATO supply route.

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Pakistani reopens a vital supply route for NATO forces on Sunday. This comes ten days after it was shot following a cross border air strike by NATO forces . Focused -- it closed the route through the famous Khyber Pass soon after the incident citing security concerns. The United States apologized NATO troops. Trucking route through Pakistani bring around 40% of supplies for NATO forces in Afghanistan. Most of the NATO supplies come through the northwest were Pakistani security forces have been battling a growing insurgency by al-Qaeda and tell them on linked militants. Travis Sprecher . Reuters. Pakistani reopens a vital supply route for NATO forces on Sunday. This comes ten days after it was shot following a cross border air strike by NATO forces . Focused -- it closed the route through the famous Khyber Pass soon after the incident citing security concerns. The United States apologized to Pakistan on Wednesday for the September 30 raid that killed two Pakistani soldiers. Raising hopes that Pakistan would reopen the border crossing. A US embassy spokesperson said the United States welcomes the reopening and called it a positive development. In the wake of the NATO strike could gunmen launched a series of attacks on tankers carrying supplies to NATO troops. Trucking route through Pakistani bring around 40% of supplies for NATO forces in Afghanistan. Most of the NATO supplies come through the northwest were Pakistani security forces have been battling a growing insurgency by al-Qaeda and tell them on linked militants. Travis Sprecher . Reuters.

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Pakistan reopens NATO supply route

Sunday, October 10, 2010 - 01:11