Pakistani Border Efforts 'A Source of Frustration'

‘Huge’ amounts of drugs, weapons move across border, but an expert says U.S. strategy is flawed.

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U.S. commanders have come to accept there is a limit to the steps Pakistani leaders are willing to take toward halting the flow of drugs and bomb-making materials into Afghanistan, says one key general.

The Taliban and remaining al Qaeda forces have long benefited from the relative freedom they enjoy on Pakistani soil, something Maj. Gen. John Toolan calls "a source of frustration."

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