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    Reported US Surveillance of Pakistan’s Nuclear Program Raises Questionsi
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    September 10, 2013 9:36 PM
    A recent Washington Post article reporting that the United States has stepped up surveillance of Pakistan's nuclear program has once again raised questions about the bilateral relationship between Washington and Islambad. As VOA's Kokab Farshori reports, the reported surveillance has focused new attention on the issue of mutual trust in the U.S.-Pakistan relationship.

    Reported US Surveillance of Pakistan’s Nuclear Program Raises Questions

    Published September 10, 2013

    A recent Washington Post article reporting that the United States has stepped up surveillance of Pakistan's nuclear program has once again raised questions about the bilateral relationship between Washington and Islambad. As VOA's Kokab Farshori reports, the reported surveillance has focused new attention on the issue of mutual trust in the U.S.-Pakistan relationship.


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