KABUL - Pakistan's foreign minister said on Thursday that the country wants an apology for a NATO cross-border strike that killed two dozen of its soldiers last year before it considers reopening supply routes to foreign troops in Afghanistan.
"Pakistan still wants an unconditional apology and the reassurance that the Salala type of incident does not happen again," Hina Rabbani Khar told reporters, referring to the place where the incident took place.
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