Pakistan boundary Crossing Still Shut after US Apology
The Pakistani boundary crossing used to transport NATO provisions to international forces in Afghanistan leftovers closed Thursday, despite an apology from the United States for a cross-border raid that killed Pakistani soldiers.

Pakistan's Foreign Ministry spokesman, Abdul Basit, told journalists Thursday that establishment are evaluating the security state of affairs and will make a decision on re-opening the supply route "in due course."

Pakistani powers that be ordered the Torkhum border crossing shut a week ago subsequent to NATO helicopters fired missiles at a Pakistani military post, killing two soldiers and cutting four.

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