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US Aid to Pakistan: Funds halted over 'failure to tackle militants'

The US military says it's cancelling 300 million dollars in aid to Pakistan, over what it calls a failure to tackle militant groups. A Pentagon spokesperson says if the decision is approved by Congress, the money would be spent on other 'urgent priorities'. Jemima Walker has more. #USAid #Pakistan #AidCuts

US military cuts $300M in aid to Pakistan

US military cuts $300M in aid to Pakistan

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Money Talks: US threatens to freeze aid to Pakistan

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Trump’s fallout with Pakistan

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