Drones international laws "are against national sovereignty, the United States stopped bombing karpt: Bilawal
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Drones international laws "are against national sovereignty, the United States stopped bombing karpt: Bilawal

Islamabad : Pakistan | May 27, 2012 at 12:35 AM PDT
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Pakistanis demands US President Obama to Stop drone Attacks in Pakistan

Chairman of the People's Party, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has demanded that all karpt stop bombing, MSNBC News. He said in an interview with the United States drone attack the civilian population harmful due to prove the killings. U.S. closed attack us because this is our country's independence and violation of international laws. He said karpt bombing for war against extremists, not only is harmful for Pakistan but also violation of independence is to drone attacks. Drone attack is in violation of international laws. In the United States does not agree that this logicdrone attack for the war against terrorism is an important tool.Volga-don canal from attacks targeted a big target is not, he said you ask US forces, he said Pakistan, which officials of Al-Qaeda were killed or arrested did not any other country. He said Osama bin Laden with reference to the Pakistan as feasible intelligence information, the United States has provided it was not accepted.Pakistan and the United States to end their differences are working and I hope he will follow their differences and resolve because it is our joint interest and the only solution that only together.

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Drones international laws "are against national sovereignty, the United States stopped bombing karpt: Bilawal
Drones international laws "are against national sovereignty, the United States stopped bombing karpt: Bilawal.
LalPari is based in Karāchi, Sind, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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