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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - James Appathurai
NATO still hopes to engage Russia in its prospective missile defense system but won't yield to Moscow's push for the shield to be run jointly, an alliance envoy said Tuesday.
NATO still hopes to engage Russia in its prospective missile-defense system, but won't yield to Moscow's push for the shield to be run jointly, an alliance envoy said Tuesday.
"The number of attacks is up significantly from the same period last year," said the alliance's chief spokesman, James Appathurai. "There is not enough effectiveness in border control on Pakistan's side."
He said the level of attacks from across the border — where Taliban fighters and al Qaeda militants control some of their operations — climbed to a high in April close to figures recorded during peak fighting last summer.