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Bush 'approved' Pakistan attacks

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Bush 'approved' Pakistan attacks

Post by shammy on Sat Sep 13, 2008 6:52 am

President George W Bush has authorised US military raids against militants inside Pakistan without prior approval from Islamabad, the BBC has learned.


An unnamed senior Pentagon official told the BBC the classified order had been made within the past two months.

On Wednesday, the US's top military commander said strategy in Afghanistan was shifting to include raids across the border into Pakistan.

Pakistan has said it will not allow foreign forces on to its territory.

The Pakistani ambassador to the US has disputed the claim, first reported in the New York Times.
"In our bilateral discussions, no such idea has been mooted and will certainly not be accepted by Pakistan," Husain Haqqani told Reuters.

"Pakistan would not accept foreign troops. This is not the best way to pursue the war against terror," he said.

Growing frustration

The US say that Pakistan's north-west tribal areas are being used as "safe havens" by militants preparing attacks on Afghanistan.

But Pakistan's Chief of Army Staff, Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, said there was "no question of any agreement or understanding with the coalition forces whereby they are allowed to conduct operations on our side of the border".

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/7611287.stm

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