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Topic - Port Of Karachi
Pakistan and the United States have signed a deal regulating the shipment of American troop supplies to and from Afghanistan, prompting Washington to agree to release more than $1 billion in frozen military aid.
The decision to suspend more than one-third of American military aid to Pakistan could end up hurting Washington more than Islamabad as the United States seeks to navigate an end to the Afghan war and defeat al Qaeda, former Pakistani officials and analysts warned Monday.