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Afghanistan's deteriorating security situation is at the centre of talks at
the U.S. Presidential retreat at camp David. The Afghan
leader Hamid Karzai is holding discussions with George Bush. President
Karzai is expected to raise questions about mounting civilian casualties
during NATO operations against the Taliban. From Washington, let's get a
report now from the bbc's Jane O'brien.
>> The talks at camp David have become something of an annual event with
the two presidents keen to put on a united front and show mutual support.
Mr. Karzai in particular wants the U.S. To step up pressure on Pakistan to
do more to stop foreign fighters crossing the border into Afghanistan.
>> Of course, yes, we will talk about the situation on the
Pakistan-Afghanistan border. I think there's no doubt that things have
changed in terms of even Pakistani perception of what needs to be done in
the frontier areas, and that's why the Pakistani army has been much more
>> Also high on the agenda is the rise in the number of
Afghan civilians mistakenly killed by the
international forces fighting the insurgency. Mr. Karzai wants assurances
from Mr. Bush that more will be done to protect them.
>> For domestic political reason, president Karzai , as he does at home,
will here as well say, for heaven's sake, you've got to be more careful.
You've got to tell the forces targeting and that when there are civilians in
harm's way, they should cease and desist.
>> Overshadowing the talks is the ongoing hostage crisis involving the 21
South Korean volunteers kidnapped by the Taliban. The U.S. Is under pressure
from South Korea to intervene, but supports Mr. Karzai 's refusal to strike
any deal that may require further hostage taking.
>> Jane O'brien, bbc news, Washington.
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