Pakistani leaders have vowed to defend their country's territorial
integrity, after a series of suspected U.S. strikes along the country's
border with Afghanistan.
Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani condemned the latest
suspected U.S. attack that killed at least 12 people on Friday
near the town of Miran Shah in the North Waziristan tribal region.
Residents say a missile fired from a drone (pilot-less aircraft) hit a
private home in what is considered a militant stronghold.
Mr. Gilani said he will raise the issue with the United States on a
diplomatic level. Earlier today, an opposition lawmaker, Nasir Ali Khan of Pakistan Muslim League-N party said Pakistan is now under the threat of war, and he called for a joint session of parliament to decide how to respond to future cross border