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With No Progress In Talks Over Supply Routes, U.S. Negotiators Head Home

June 12 2012


The United States has suspended talks with Pakistan over the possible reopening of supply routes into Afghanistan, reports the BBC.

"The decision was reached to bring the team home for a short period of time," said a Pentagon spokesman on Monday.

Pakistan shut down the NATO supply routes in November after a U.S. airstrike near the Afghan-Pakistani border killed 24 Pakistani soldiers.

Pakistan has since set a price of US$5,000 for each truck using the routes and legislators...

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