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Group Takes Credit for Pakistan Attack

A militant group claiming links to al-Qaida said it carried out an assassination attempt against Pakistan’s prime minister-designate, saying in a Web message Saturday that the suicide bombing was a response to Pakistan’s handing militants over to the United States. Pakistani officials have focused their suspicions on Osama bin Laden’s terror network in the attack against Shaukat Aziz, which killed eight people and wounded three dozen others. Among those killed was Aziz’s driver, who had not yet closed the bulletproof door on the car when a man approached and detonated a bomb. Pakistani television showed gruesome video of Friday’s bombing, with the camera capturing an image of the suicide attacker approaching the driver’s door, raising his hand and then blowing up. It was not clear if he was signaling to someone. Full Story

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