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Pakistan Arrests 10 in Anti-Terror Drive

Police arrested 10 people suspected of links to the Taliban and al-Qaida in two nighttime raids near the capital, officials said Tuesday. The detainees, some of them Afghans, were arrested late Monday in Rawalpindi, where assassins tried to kill Pakistan’s military leader Sunday with a bomb. But a government statement said the arrests were unrelated to that attack. The 10 were “involved in unlawful activities” and some weapons were seized, the statement said. An Interior Ministry official, who did not want to be identified, said the raids were part of a campaign against the Taliban and al-Qaida and followed an intelligence tip-off. Pakistani intelligence agents were interrogating the detainees, he said. Full Story

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