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Topic - John Bass
Pakistani Ambassador Sherry Rehman this week demanded that the White House apologize for a NATO assault on Pakistani forces and halt drone attacks on Pakistani territory, if Washington wants to improve relations with a nation many see as a key South Asian ally in the war on terrorism.
The overheated political opposition in the Republic of Georgia demanded the expulsion of U.S. Ambassador John Bass on Thursday, accusing him of supporting a "band of furious criminals" - a reference to the pro-Western government that broke up a violent opposition protest last month.
The United States is still concerned about political freedom in the Eurasian nation of Georgia more than two decades after it declared independence from the now-defunct Soviet Union, U.S. Ambassador John Bass said this week.
Mr. Bass also called on Russia to respect Georgia's territory.