Pakistanis Aid in Hunt for Al Qaeda

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In recent weeks Pakistan's military has cooperated with U.S.-led efforts to hunt down al Qaeda and Taliban suspects. The Pakistani authorities are finally venturing into tribal areas, territory used as a launching ground for attacks into Afghanistan. Miranda Kennedy reports from Islamabad.

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