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Pakistan Condemns Soldiers' Execution by Militants

Pakistan condemned on Saturday the “cold-blooded murder” of eight soldiers executed after being ambushed while battling militants near the Afghan border. The soldiers, their hands tied behind their backs and shot in the head at point-blank range, were found in a ditch on Friday near Wana, the capital of the South Waziristan area in Pakistan’s semi-autonomous tribal territories. “It was a cold-blooded murder,” said Major-General Shaukat Sultan, the army’s spokesman. “We have identified the local and foreign militants and now we are chasing them.” “It was the worst kind of terrorism,” he said. Full Story

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