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Sunnis arrested over Pakistan killings

At least 15 people have been arrested in the Pakistani city of Quetta in connection with the attack on a Shia mosque which left 53 people dead. The deputy head of police in the province of Baluchistan said members of outlawed Sunni organisations had been arrested in several raids in the city overnight. He said they were also looking into the possibility that foreigners were involved in the attack on Friday. There are unconfirmed reports that seven Afghan nationals have been arrested in the border town of Chaman. The BBC’s Paul Anderson, in Quetta, said radical Sunni Muslims from Afghanistan, perhaps the Taleban, will be the prime suspects for the attack. Full Story

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