Pakistan Army on Thursday rejected British media’s report regarding the United States (US) military trainers return into Pakistan, Inter Service Public Relation (ISPR) said. ISPR in statement rejected such reports saying that “there was nothing happened like this”. Earlier, British news agency reported that the US trainers, which were sent back from Pakistan after Salala attack, have returned to Pakistan, in a sign the two nations may be able to achieve some low-level cooperation against militants despite a string of confrontations that have left Washington’s relations with Islamabad in crisis. According to report, speaking on the condition of anonymity a U.S. official said that almost 10 U.S. special operations soldiers have been sent to a training site near the border city of Peshawar, where they will instruct trainers from Pakistan’s Frontier Corps (FC) in counter-insurgency warfare. The number of American military instructors in Pakistan dropped to zero after U.S. aircraft killed 24 Pakistani soldiers in late November. Nato labeled the border incident an accident but it enraged Pakistanis and sent already tense ties with the United States into a tailspin.