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State of the Deal on Afghan-Pakistani Border
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State of the Deal on Afghan-Pakistani Border

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State of the Deal on Afghan-Pakistani Border

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There are reports of a resurgence of militant fighters on the remote border between Pakistan and Afghanistan.

Last September, Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf struck a peace deal with radical Islamic tribal leaders in the area, essentially promising to leave them alone if they stopped cross-border attacks and expelled foreign fighters.

Melissa Block talks with Pamela Constable of the Washington Post.

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