EPA 2012-07-04 13:32:48 Pakistan cabinet approves reopening of NATO supply routes
Oil tankers truck that were used to transport oil to NATO forces in Afghanistan are parked in southern port city of Karachi, Pakistan, 04 July 2012. Pakistan's cabinet on 04 July approved the re-opening of supply routes to NATO troops in Afghanistan after a suspension of more than seven months. The shipments were discontinued in November after 24 Pakistani soldiers were killed by a NATO airstrike in the north-western tribal region along the Afghan border. The decision was made after the US government complied with Islamabad's demand to apologize for the troop deaths. EPA/REHAN KHAN
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