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A Pakistani political party revealed on Wednesday what it said was the name of the CIA’s highest-ranking officer in the country in protest of a CIA drone strike last week that killed as many as six people and prompted allegations that the agency had attacked a religious school.

The disclosure follows two previous instances in which the identity of a CIA station chief in Islamabad has been exposed, underscoring the constant friction that has come to characterize the two countries’ counterterrorism partnership.

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