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After Pakistan’s protest against recent US drone strikes causing extrajudicial killings, Pentagon Chief Leon Panetta said on Wednesday that US would continue to attack...
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  • US to keep up attacks on al Qaeda in Pakistan: Panetta | DAWN.COM

    Submitted By: sabah11 | 2 years ago
    US to keep up attacks on al Qaeda in Pakistan: Panetta AFP | 6 hours ago Leon Panetta—AP Photo NEW DELHI: Pentagon Chief Leon Panetta said Wednesday that the US would continue to attack al Qaeda in Pakistan following the killing of the group’s number ...

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