KABUL (AFP) - Afghanistan urged Pakistan to press ahead Tuesday with efforts to eliminate militant hideouts, regardless of the believed death of Taliban warlord Baitullah Mehsud. Asked about Mehsuds reported death in a US drone attack, Afghan President Hamid Karzais spokesman said Pakistan should not relax efforts to stop militants crossing the border, which Afghanistan calls the Durand Line. The bottom line was that the hideouts of those who are causing unrest inside Afghanistan from... neighbouring countries, be eliminated, Homayun Hamidzada told reporters. This must be done so destructive forces are not entering our country through the Durand Line, he said. Wherever the enemies of Afghanistan are killed is good news but as I said before, the main question is that the broad struggle against terror with the support of the neighbours must proceed, Hamidzada said.