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Pakistan-Afghanistan Border / Violence #1008149

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 27, 2011
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) Pakistan’s claim that a US drone killed civilians in a missile strike near the Afghan border reported; map shown.

(Paktika Province, Afghanistan: Willem Marx) The lawlessness along the unguarded Pakistan-Afghanistan border featured; scenes shown of Pashtun tribesmen and the remote outpost of the 172nd Infantry Brigade. [Army Lt. Andrew BRUNDSON††- says we try to stay on our side of the border; says we have to make sure they are insurgents and not nomad goat-herders; states he is glad people question this war and this is worthy of the risks his men are taking.]

Pelley, Scott;
Marx, Willem

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