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Telephone interview: Local reaction over war documents leak

07-27-2010 19:17 BJT

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For more insight about the Wikileaks of U.S. military documents from Pakistan, we're joined now on the phone by Dr.Rashid Ahmad Khan, who's in Lahore.

Hello, Rashid. Thanks for joining us.

Q1. Could you tell us the local response on the leaked documents? What's the reaction been?

Q2. The documents detail allegations of U.S. suspicions that Pakistan secretly aided the Taliban even as it took billions of dollars in U.S. aid. So will this affect U.S.- Pakistan relations?

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