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ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Pakistan's government has told the United States to halve the number of military trainers it has stationed in the country, the latest sign of spiraling distrust between the two allies since the killing of Osama bin Laden.
Another Pakistani security official said the decision was made because of concerns over the Americans' security and because "resentment all around was very high."
The Pakistani Taliban, and its allies al Qaeda, have stepped up their attacks since bin Laden's killing, targeting police and military installations, including a brazen assault this week on a key naval air base in Karachi.