Taliban Threaten to Attack, Stop Talks in Pakistan

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Pakistan's security forces have been attacking militant positions in the Northwest Frontier Province. Now, the top Taliban commander in Pakistan says they'll strike back and suspend peace talks with the government.

Co-host Renee Montagne talks with Jane Perlez, a foreign correspondent at the New York Times.



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