Pakistan denies involvement in Iran attack

Islamabad is trying to navigate anger on its western border, with Iran saying an attack that killed 27 Revolutionary Guards last week was planned from inside Pakistan.

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    Iran has said it has evidence that last week's attack on the Revolutionary Guard was planned inside Pakistan.

    Pakistan has denied the attack was planned from its territory and offered to cooperate with Iran.

    But the Iranian military is demanding Pakistan crack down on the group responsible, Jaish al Adl, and has warned that if Pakistan does not take action, it may do so itself.

    Al Jazeera's Victoria Gatenby reports.


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