Monday, April 30, 2012

Drone Strikes Are Back After Pakistan Refuses To Open NATO Supply Routes

Latest US Drone Attack On Pakistan Torpedoes Reopening Of Nato Supply Route -- Times of India

WASHINGTON: Undeterred by Islamabad's shrill protests about breach of its sovereignty by American Drone strikes culminating in a parliamentary resolution calling for a halt to such unmanned attacks, the US conducted yet another such operation over the weekend. The attack has virtually torpedoed Pakistan's participation in Nato's 25th summit in President Obama's hometown in Chicago on May 20-21 where far reaching decision are expected on the transition in Afghanistan and beyond.

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More News On The U.S. And Pakistan Differences On Drone Strikes And Re-Opening NATO Supply Lines

Drone strike kills four suspected militants in Pakistan -- Reuters
Pakistani officials: Suspected U.S. drone strike kills militants hiding in high school -- CNN
Pakistan condemns US strike after drone ban -- AP
Drone strikes are back: US and Pakistan fighting over extrajudicial murders -- RT
Protests as drones return over Pakistan -- The Hindu
U.S. drone strike riles Pakistani politicians -- CBS
U.S. Drone Strike Underlines Clash of Interests in Pakistan -- New York Times
US Drone Attacks In Pakistan Could Well Be Doing More Harm Than Good -- Sanya Khetani, Business Insider

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