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Police massacre in Pakistan

Eleven trainee Pakistani police officers have been shot dead in what is believed to have been a sectarian attack in the capital of Balochistan province, Quetta. Another nine are reported to have been wounded in the attack, carried out by two men on a motorcycle. No group has said it was behind the killing – the second in a week targeting members of the minority Shia community. The Inspector General of Police in Balochistan Shoeb Suddle, told the BBC’s Urdu service that it might have been the work of a banned Sunni militant organisation, Lashkar-e-Jhangvi. Thousands of people have been killed in violence blamed on militants from the country’s Sunni and Shia communities since the late 1980s. Full Story

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