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Cables show US special operations in Pakistan

Pakistan's government called for the US to step up drone strikes, and asked for US special forces troops to be embedded at Pakistani military bases, leaked cables published by a Pakistani newspaper have revealed.

The classified US diplomatic cables were published on Saturday by Dawn, Pakistan's largest English-language newspaper, detailing close relationships between American and Pakistani militaries and intelligence services.

Dawn reported that it had signed a deal with Julian Assange, the leader of the online whistleblowing organisation WikiLeaks, to obtain exclusive access to more than 4,700 US cables dealing with Pakistan.
It began publishing those cables and its coverage of them on Saturday and said its reporting would continue "in the following days."

The first batch of cables shows that Pakistani officials, including those as high-ranking as Army Chief of Staff Ashfaq Parvez Ka

Added: May-21-2011 Occurred On: May-21-2011
By: Alpamayo
Other Middle East
Tags: Pakistan, Wasiristan, Afghanistan, Wikileaks
Location: Islamabad, Islamabad Capital Territory, Pakistan (load item map)
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  • We've been bombing the sh** out of their two-timing asses for years... No news here. GET OUT OF THE MIDDLE EAST AND STOP WASTING OUR MONEY! ABOLISH THE CENTRAL BANKS!

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