A Pakistan national flag is mounted on the top of a fuel tanker, which was used to carry fuel for NATO forces in Afghanistan, as drivers sit nearby, at a compound in Karachi July 3, 2012. (Image: Reuters)
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Pakistan agreed to reopen key supply routes into Afghanistan Tuesday, ending a bitter stand-off after US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said she was sorry for the loss of life in a botched air raid.
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Pakistan on Tuesday night announced that it is reopening land routes for NATO forces in neighbouring Afghanistan after U.S. Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, apologized over the killing of 24 Pakistani soldiers in last November airstrike, the country's Information Minister, Qamar-uz-Zaman Kaira said.
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Pakistani drivers stand on top of a tanker, used to transport fuel to NATO forces in Afghanistan, parked near oil terminals in Pakistan's port city of Karachi in May 2012.
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