DERA ISMAIL KHAN, Pakistan (AP) — Pakistani troops and tribesmen
opened fire on two U.S. helicopters that crossed into the country from
neighboring Afghanistan, intelligence officials said Monday. The U.S.
denied the report.
The helicopters did not return fire and
re-entered Afghan airspace without landing, the officials said,
speaking on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to
speak to media.
"There was no such incursion, there was no such event," said Col. Gary L. Keck, Defense Department spokesman.
"There was no such incursion, there was no such event,"