Pakistan warns America not to stage any more raids
Pakistan is warning America of the "disastrous consequences" if it carries out any other unilateral raids against suspected terrorists in its country.
The Pakistani army and the government have been criticized for Monday's raid on the compound of al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden, with many angry over the violation of the country's sovereignty and doubtful of government claims it was not aware of the raid.
Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir says "there shall not be any doubt that any repetition of such an act will have disastrous consequences."
But Bashir isn't saying whether the American raid was illegal and says relations between Pakistan and the United States remained on course.
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