U.S. plans to cut Pakistan ‘security assistance’
04 January 2018 | 1:35 pm
U.S. congresional aides say President Donald Trump’s administration informed members of Congress that it will announce plans to cut off “security assistance” to Pakistan as soon as Wednesday.
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