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Pakistan blocks NATO Afghan supplies after fatal air strike (which killed 25 Pakistani troops)
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Source: Reuters

Sat Nov 26, 2011 7:40am GMT

ISLAMABAD - Pakistani authorities blocked the vital supply route for NATO troops fighting in Afghanistan on Saturday after a cross-border air strike killed 25 Pakistani troops, local officials said.

Trucks and fuel tankers were stopped at Jamrud town in the Khyber tribal region near the city of Peshawar, hours after the raid, officials said.

"We have halted the supplies and some 40 tankers and trucks have been returned from the check post in Jamrud," Mutahir Zeb, a senior government official, told Reuters.

Another official said the supplies had been stopped for security reasons.

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  -Pakistan blocks NATO Afghan supplies after fatal air strike (which killed 25 Pakistani troops) Turborama  Nov-26-11 01:55 AM   #0 
  - and now the real games begin  nadinbrzezinski   Nov-26-11 01:56 AM   #1 
  - Indeed they do.  geckosfeet   Nov-26-11 07:13 AM   #9 
  - if our president wants yet another war he can keep attacking pakistan. nt  msongs   Nov-26-11 02:01 AM   #2 
  - Here we go. - K&R n/t  DeSwiss   Nov-26-11 02:05 AM   #3 
  - Almost a certainty those trucks are getting torched.  Poll_Blind   Nov-26-11 02:24 AM   #4 
  - there goes hundreds of thousand of dollars up in flames....  madrchsod   Nov-26-11 05:30 AM   #7 
  - This was a Chopper Attack not from airplanes  Ichingcarpenter   Nov-26-11 02:32 AM   #5 
  - how would Americans react  provis99   Nov-26-11 03:25 AM   #6 
  - The CIA and the "Secret Team"...  clixtox   Nov-26-11 05:42 AM   #8 
  - Although this was a horrific tragedy, something good might come out of it.  DCBob   Nov-26-11 07:20 AM   #10 
  - What you need  legin   Nov-26-11 07:44 AM   #11 
  - Deleted sub-thread  Name removed   Nov-26-11 08:50 AM   #12 
  - Nato Admits Air Attack On Pakistani Troops  dipsydoodle   Nov-26-11 09:16 AM   #13 
  - One way to keep helicopter attacks from happening is to prevent fuel from reaching Afghanistan  FarCenter   Nov-26-11 09:36 AM   #14 
  - I think you underestimate our Air Mobility Command.  AtheistCrusader   Nov-26-11 10:44 AM   #15 
     - I think that you underestimate the fuel consumption of NATO forces  FarCenter   Nov-26-11 11:09 AM   #16 
     - Yeah, Goring said that about Stalingrad, too...  PurityOfEssence   Nov-26-11 02:40 PM   #18 
        - IIRC the bulk of NATO fuel already comes in through "the northern stans" now anyhow.  Robb   Nov-26-11 02:56 PM   #19 
           - I think that the split is 1/3 arms and ammo, 1/3 supplies to Northwest, and 1/3 supplies Southeast  FarCenter   Nov-26-11 03:37 PM   #20 
              - Well, it's not like Khyber is known for great roads.  Robb   Nov-26-11 03:41 PM   #21 
  - Did John Pike get transferred so quickly?  SixthSense   Nov-26-11 11:51 AM   #17 
  - Has the US said whether this was an accident or if they intended Pakistani troops to be the target?  Blissful Monkey   Nov-26-11 05:57 PM   #22 
  - Pakistan retaliation leaves NATO drivers in limbo  Turborama   Nov-27-11 03:35 AM   #23 
 

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