After strike, Pakistan cancels US-Afghan talks (AP) – 452th Edition

Pakistani police officer refrain protesters from reaching a U. S. embassy during a protest to condemn to condemn American CIA contractor Raymond Allen Davis, in Islamabad, Pakistan on Friday, March 18, 2011. Davis was being held on charges relating to the shooting deaths of two Pakistani men, but was released from prison Wednesday and left Pakistan after more than $2 million in 'blood money' is thought to have been paid to his victims' families and the families pardoned him in accordance with Pakistani law. Arabic written on a flag on left reads ' There is no god but God: Muhammad is the Prophet of God'.(AP Photo/B.K.Bangash)AP – Pakistan pulled out of talks this month with the United States on the future of Afghanistan in protest of an especially deadly American missile attack, the government said Friday, in a sign of rising tensions between the two uneasy allies.

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