Pakistan Border NPR's Ivan Watson reports al Qaeda and Taliban fighters have stepped up infiltrations into Afghanistan from Pakistani border provinces. U.S. commanders say they will exercise their right of pursuit if the fighters cross back into Pakistan.
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NPR's Ivan Watson reports al Qaeda and Taliban fighters have stepped up infiltrations into Afghanistan from Pakistani border provinces. U.S. commanders say they will exercise their right of pursuit if the fighters cross back into Pakistan.