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Pakistani parliament says no to US drones
Pakistani lawmakers demand end to US drone strikes
By The Associated Press

ISLAMABAD (AP) ' A Pakistani parliamentary commission has demanded an end to American drone strikes inside the country.

The commission has been tasked with coming up with new terms for Pakistan's relationship with the United States.

The demand was announced as parliament met on Tuesday and opened a debate on reengagement with the U.S.

It could complicate efforts to rebuild ties that were all but severed by U.S. airstrikes in November along the Afghan border that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers.

THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE. Check back soon for further information. AP's earlier story is below.

ISLAMABAD (AP) ' Pakistani lawmakers have opened a debate on the terms of the nation's reengagement with the United States after ties were all but severed following deadly American airstrikes on Pakistani troops in November.

The session on Tuesday could help determine whether the country's reopens U.S. and NATO supply lines to Afghanistan.

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