Afghan-Pakistan border initiative leaves more questions than answers

High in the mountainous terrain that runs along the Afghan-Pakistan border, in what US President Barack Obama calls the "world's most dangerous place," sit two cities, Jalalabad and Peshawar.

Pakistan High Commissioner Akbar Zeb.
Carl Meyer
Published: Wednesday, 07/07/2010 12:00 am EDT

High in the mountainous terrain that runs along the Afghan-Pakistan border, in what US President Barack Obama calls the "world's most dangerous place," sit two cities, Jalalabad and Peshawar. Between them, winding across the treacherous border, stretches a road that has become one of NATO's most crucial re-supply lines for its war in Afghanistan.

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