PESHAWAR, Pakistan (AP) - Officials say over 20,000 Afghans and Pakistanis have crossed the border since Pakistan temporarily reopened two main crossings that had been closed after a string of militant attacks.
Fayyaz Khan, a Pakistani official at the Torkham crossing, says thousands more are hoping to cross Wednesday, before the two-day opening is set to end.
Pakistan closed the Torkham and Chaman crossings last month after a wave of suicide bombings killed more than 125 people. Pak
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