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Taliban Threats As India, Pakistan Sign Agreement

The US Embassy in Pakistan has issued a warning based on ‘unspecific information’ of potential attacks on Americans and American interests, possibly by suicide bombers. After the Taliban sent threatening letters to foreign banks and schools in the NWFP, many have closed down.
Meanwhile, seven have been arrested in India in connection with Sunday’s train bombing that killed nearly 70. Undeterred by the terrorist attack, Indian and Pakistani leaders signed a nuclear agreement intended to ensure the prevention of an accidental nuclear exchange.

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