Thursday, September 30, 2010

After U.S. Attack On The Border, Pakistan Seals Off NATO Supply Line To Afghanistan

Pakistan Halts NATO Supplies After Border Attack -- Yahoo News/AP

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Pakistani authorities blocked a vital supply route for NATO troops fighting in Afghanistan on Thursday, angered by a cross-border NATO airstrike that killed three Pakistani soldiers, officials said.

Trucks and fuel tankers for foreign forces in Afghanistan were stopped at Torkham border post in Khyber tribal region near the city of Peshawar, hours after the raid, the fourth reported by Pakistani authorities in recent days.

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More News On Pakistan Stopping NATO Supplies To Afghanistan

Pakistan halts NATO supplies after border attack -- Reuters
Pakistan halts NATO supplies to Afghanistan -- Yahoo News/AFP
Pakistan Halts NATO Supplies to Afghanistan After Attack -- New York Times
Pakistan blocks NATO's Afghan-bound supply trucks after airstrike that officials say killed 3 soldiers -- Washington Post
NATO supply truck to Afghanistan blocked -- UPI
Pakistan cuts Nato supply line after helicopter strike -- BBC
Pakistan blocks Nato supply route to Afghanistan -- The Guardian
Officials: Pakistan Blocks NATO Supply Trucks -- FOX News
Pakistan Blocks NATO Supplies After Air Strike Kills 3 Soldiers -- Businessweek/Bloomberg
Pakistan cuts off Nato supply route -- Al Jazeera
Pakistan Blocks Some NATO Trucks At Afghan Border -- NPR
Pakistan seals off NATO supply line to Afghanistan after US air attack -- Christian Science Monitor
Pakistan bans NATO supply convoys after reports of deaths -- CNN
Why Pakistan Has the Obama Administration Sweating -- Time Magazine
'Obama gives Pakistan ultimatum' -- Press TV
With friends like these -- Shyema, Dawn

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