U.S. drone attacks in Pakistan could create tension

01/3/2013 | ABC News

Two U.S. drone attacks today reportedly killed 13 people in Pakistan, including a militant commander, Maulvi Nazir, who is thought to have signed a nonaggression pact with the Pakistani government. The incident could create tension between the U.S. and Pakistan and prompt the group that Nazir commanded to retaliate against Pakistani forces, said Asad Munir, former chief of intelligence in northwest Pakistan.

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