Young supporters of Jamaat-e-Islami, a religious and political party, yell anti-American slogans while protesting in Islamabad against a Nato cross-border one day earlier along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border. Pakistan buried 24 troops killed in a Nato cross-border air attack that has pushed a crisis in relations between the United States and an ally it needs to fight militancy towards rupture.
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