Pakistan: NATO Killed Troops

    Pakistani security personnel stop truck carrying supplies for NATO forces in neighboring Afghanistan at Takhtabeg check post in Pakistani tribal area of Khyber, Pakistan, on their way to Torkham border post on Saturday, Nov 26, 2011. Pakistan on Saturday accused NATO helicopters of firing on two army checkpoints in the northwest and killing 25 soldiers, then retaliated by closing a key border crossing used by the coalition to supply its troops in neighboring Afghanistan. (AP Photo/Muhammad Sajjad)

    Muhammad Sajjad / AP Photo

    Pakistan is accusing NATO of killing 28 soldiers in a helicopter raid on a military checkpoint in the northwest of the country. In retaliation for the alleged attack, they've shut down vital supply routes for NATO troops in Afghanistan. Gen. John R. Allen, the NATO commander in Afghanistan, offered his condolences to the family of any Pakistani soldiers who “may have been killed or injured” in the “incident,” but wouldn't give any details. He said an investigation is underway.

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