David Cameron on left, Taliban agents on right
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David Cameron's terror warning angers Pakistan

Senior figures in Pakistan have accused David Cameron of damaging the prospects of peace in South Asia after he warned Islamabad not to have any relationship with groups that "promote the export of terror".

The UK prime minister was speaking during a visit to India, days after US documents leaked on the internet suggested Pakistan's intelligence services were secretly helping the Afghan insurgency.

Laura Kuennsberg reports from Delhi.

  • 29 Jul 2010
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