Smith welcomes supply route breakthrough

Smith welcomes supply route breakthrough

Karāchi : Pakistan | Jul 03, 2012 at 8:07 PM PDT
Source: The Courier-Mail
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Afghanistan will help the war effort, Defence Minister Stephen Smith says. US finally said it was sorry for a November air raid that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers. The blockade has forced the US and its allies to rely on longer, more expensive northern routes through Russia and Central Asia. "This is... FULL ARTICLE AT The Courier-Mail
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