June 19 2012
A Pakistani Taliban commander has banned polio vaccinations in part as a protest against U.S. drone strikes, reports MSNBC.
Hafiz Gul Bahadur said that the U.S.-funded vaccinations in North Waziristan tribal agency would be outlawed until drone attacks stopped.
Bahadur also expressed suspicions that the vaccination program was a cover for U.S. espionage.
In 2011, a Pakistani doctor reportedly tried to gather DNA samples of terror leader Osama bin Laden's family members for...
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