Officials at the Torkham point said 2,900 people crossed into Afghanistan and 550 entered Pakistan on Tuesday. Figures from the other main crossing at Chaman were not immediately available. Pakistan shut the crossings nearly three weeks ago after a wave of deadly attacks by militants it said were operating from Afghan soil. The two countries have long accused each other of doing too little to tackle militants. Afghanistan says some 25,000 Afghans are stranded in Pakistan because of the border closure. The two crossings will be open for a second day but many believe it is unlikely all the people

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