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U.S. Accuses Pakistan Of Harboring Haqqani Network

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The relationship between Pakistan and the United States is becoming increasingly more complicated. Officials from both countries have stepped up public criticism of each others foreign policy, and Pakistan's prime minister won't be attending the gathering of world leaders this week at the United Nations General Assembly.
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