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Pakistan calls for end to U.S. drone attacks – Washington Post

On April 12, 2012 the Washington Post reported that Pakistan's Parliament passed a resolution demanding that the U.S. end its drone campaign inside Pakistan.  According to the Washington Post, the resolution serves as the first instance that "Pakistan's civilian leadership has made a serious effort to set foreign policy, long the military's domain."

While the resolution demanded an end to the drone campaign, it "tactily allowed the passage of oil, food and other nonlethal goods across the country's borders to supply NATO troops fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan."  The provision reverses the government's previous position, which "barred NATO convoys for several months in retaliation for U.S. airstrikes that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers at two border outposts."

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