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Pakistani government scraps peace deal with militants
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08:29, June 10, 2008

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The Pakistani government has scrapped a peace deal with the militants in the country's northwest, saying the militants have continued violent attacks, a senior official said Monday.

Local government of North West Frontier Province (NWFP) signed an agreement with the militants in Swat valley last month.

The militants, in the agreement, were committed to stopping attacks on the security forces.

"The Swat agreement is scrapped as the militants have kept on their attacks on security forces," Rahman Malik, adviser on Interior affairs to Prime Minister, told reporters in Islamabad.


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