Pakistan has said it can manage without the near-billion-dollar military aid which America is holding back. It's thought Washington's decision is retaliation for Islamabad expelling over 100 U.S. military advisers. The U.S.-Pakistan relationship has been under strain since Osama Bin Laden's killing in May and U.S. drone attacks that killed civilians. The White House says Islamabad is an important ally in the war on terror, but that the relationship 'must be worked on over time'. Journalist Ahmed Quraishi says the bitterness is going to be tough to fix.
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