Picture of the Day: Karachi, Pakistan. Tankers usually used to truck NATO fuel supplies through Pakistan and into Afghanistan stay parked and unused near oil terminals in Pakistan’s main port city and economic hub.
News: Pakistan today hinted at the possibility of reopening the shuttered NATO supply routes to Afghanistan. Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar said at a presser, “Pakistan has made a point, and now we can move on.” This hint was enough to officially earn Pakistan an invitation to the upcoming NATO summit in Chicago.
Credit: Asif Hassani/AFP/Getty. Via.
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Picture of the DayKarachi, Pakistan. Tankers usually used to truck NATO fuel supplies through Pakistan and into Afghanistan stay parked and unused near oil terminals in Pakistan’s main port city and economic hub.

News: Pakistan today hinted at the possibility of reopening the shuttered NATO supply routes to Afghanistan. Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar said at a presser, “Pakistan has made a point, and now we can move on.” This hint was enough to officially earn Pakistan an invitation to the upcoming NATO summit in Chicago.

Credit: Asif Hassani/AFP/Getty. Via.

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