AFP 2012-07-04 09:31:56
A Pakistani pedestrian walks past fuel tanker trucks, used to transport fuel to NATO forces in Afghanistan, parked near oil terminals in Pakistan's port city of Karachi on July 4, 2012. Pakistan confirmed that it had decided to reopen vital NATO supply routes into Afghanistan which have been closed since November, a government spokesman said. The official announcement came after US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said that Pakistan was re-opening the roads and that the United States was "sorry" for losses suffered by the Pakistani military in November. The supply routes have been shut since November when an American aircraft mistakenly killed 24 Pakistan soldiers, aggravating already difficult relations between Washington and Islamabad. AFP PHOTO / RIZWAN TABASSUM
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