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Boy Killed as Militants Clash at Pakistan Mosque

Rival Sunni Muslim groups traded heavy gunfire in Pakistan’s restive city of Karachi on Friday over control of a mosque, killing a teenage boy and wounding six people including two policemen, police said. Dozens of armed militants belonging to one radical Islamic group attacked the mosque in northern Karachi in an attempt to seize it from their rivals, they said. Residents and businessmen shuttered houses and shops and took cover as the militants exchanged gunfire for more than an hour. A 13-year-old boy was killed in crossfire. Full Story

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