KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) - There's more pressure on Pakistan today to take action against terrorist sanctuaries there.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai (HAH'-mihd KAR'-zeye), without referring specifically to his country's neighbor, said that while the international community fights terrorism, "there is danger elsewhere and they are not acting."
Karzai also says the release of secret U.S. military documents has endangered the lives of Afghan citizens who have cooperated with the international forces.
Karzai says he's ordered his Cabinet ministers to study the more than 90,000 documents. He says he's particularly interested in the papers that address civilian casualties and militant and terrorist sanctuaries across the border in Pakistan.
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