Musharraf and Afghan leader discuss intelligence cooperation in fighting

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December 26, 2007 16:38

 
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Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf said Wednesday that he discussed intelligence cooperation with Afghan President Hamid Karzai in fighting terrorism and Islamic extremism along their shared border region. "People from both countries are suffering under the hands of extremism and terrorism," Musharraf said during a news conference in Islamabad. Touching on an issue of conflict between the two leaders, Karzai said that while militant activity in Afghanistan was decreasing, it was rising on the Pakistan side of the border.

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