| ||Hundreds of Pakistanis, joined by dozens of American activists, have launched a motorcade 'march' against US drone strikes that they hope will reach the Afghan border region in northwestern Pakistan. The main faction of the Pakistani Taliban has denounced Saturday's protest, and it is unclear how far the protesters will get; access to the tribal areas is controlled by Pakistan's military and security agencies. The march, in reality a long vehicle convoy, is being led by Imran Khan, the former cricket star-turned-politician. The American activists are from the US-based anti-war group CODEPINK.
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