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Pakistan expels British trainers of anti-Taliban soldiers | The Guardian

Pakistan has expelled a team of British military trainers sent to help with the fight against the Taliban and al-Qaida, as the fallout from the US raid that killed Osama bin Laden continues to rock relations between Islamabad and its western allies.

The Ministry of Defence confirmed that at least 18 military advisers, deployed as part of a £15m programme to train the paramilitary Frontier Corps, have been withdrawn from Pakistan. Most are already back in the UK.

Read more here: Pakistan expels British trainers of anti-Taliban soldiers | World news | The Guardian.

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