U.S. wary of Pakistan's planned deal with militants

04/30/2008 | NYTimes.com

A planned agreement under negotiation between Pakistan's government and militant tribes aimed at ending violence between the two sides is worrying the U.S., which believes it would give extremists more freedom to promote terrorism. U.S. officials are concerned Pakistan may withdraw many if not most of its troops from the area near Afghanistan, potentially creating a safe haven for militants.

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