| ||Top Pakistani leaders will on Tuesday discuss ending a blockade of foreign military supply routes into Afghanistan and repairing US relations, signalling a rapprochement ahead of a Nato summit. Pakistan has called in vain for an end to US drone strikes targeting Taliban and al Qaeda militants on its soil, and a formal apology for the November killings. But analysts say Pakistan has no choice but to reopen the border when US cash is needed to help boost its meagre state coffers.
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