Oct 20, 2015

U.S. sharply curtails drone strikes in Pakistan: report | Reuters

The United States has cut back sharply on drone strikes in Pakistan after the Islamabad government asked for restraint while it seeks peace talks with the Pakistani Taliban, the Washington Post reported on Tuesday.

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