Pakistan Army Chief Feels ‘Betrayed’ by U.S., Won’t Seek Aid

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NORTH WAZIRISTAN, PAKISTAN - FEBRUARY 17: A Pakistani Army soldier mans a bunker at a combat outpost near the Afghan border February 17, 2007 in the tribal area of North Waziristan, Pakistan. NATO and the Afghan government say that Taliban and Al-Qaeda fighters cross into Afghanistan from the Pakistani side to stage attacks on NATO troops, especially since a peace deal was signed in September 2006 between Pakistani forces and the Taliban. The Pak military, which has some 80,000 troops stationed in the tribal areas, says the Afghan government and NATO should stop blaming Pakistan for Afghanistan's internal problems. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images) Photographer: John Moore/Getty Images AsiaPac

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