Reuters
August 3, 2010

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Pakistan’s President Asif Ali Zardari warned that the international community was losing the war against the Taliban in Afghanistan, according to an interview published on Tuesday.

Zardari also criticized those who cast doubt on Pakistan’s commitment to fighting militants, before he visits Britain which has warned Islamabad against promoting “the export of terror”.

“I believe that the international community, which Pakistan belongs to, is in the process of losing the war against the Taliban,” he told Le Monde newspaper. “And that is, above all, because we have lost the battle for hearts and minds.”

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