One of two police officers who defused a huge bomb in Pakistan on Monday has told the BBC how he was only three and half minutes from disaster. “I was praying to God to help me because I had only minutes to avert a catastrophe,” said Mohammed Sabir. If the bomb near the American consulate in Karachi had gone off, police officers say it would have caused massive devastation and casualties. Photo fits of two men wanted for questioning have been released. Full Story
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