Airstrike in Pakistan Islamic groups have vowed to step up anti-American protests over a U.S. airstrike that Pakistani officials say killed innocent civilians instead of al Qaeda's No. 2 leader.

Airstrike in Pakistan

Airstrike in Pakistan

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Islamic groups have vowed to step up anti-American protests over a U.S. airstrike that Pakistani officials say killed innocent civilians instead of al Qaeda's No. 2 leader.

Guests:

Nancy Soderberg, deputy national security adviser during President Bill Clinton's first term