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At least we hear the Pakistaini protest...... not like the Cambodians

Calling it an "unprecedented attack," ABC World News reported US officials said "a small number of militants were captured or killed" in the raid, which Pakistan called "a gross violation of its territory." The CBS Evening News reported, "Pakistan today angrily protested a US commando raid on a village near the Afghan border, the first known raid by American ground troops into Pakistan." Political Bulletin: Thursday, September 4, 2008
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