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Pakistan lets US troops conduct raids in frontier

By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / February 21, 2004

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Pakistan has dramatically stepped up its assistance to the US-led campaign to capture Osama bin Laden, deploying thousands of troops into its lawless northwestern frontier, pressuring tribal elders, and allowing American soldiers from neighboring Afghanistan to make forays across the border, according to senior Pentagon and Pakistani officials. (Full Article: 1057 Words)

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