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Two Pakistani journalists killed in ambush in tribal area

Two Pakistani journalists were killed and another, working for AFP, was injured when gunmen opened fire on their car in the turbulent tribal region near the Afghan border, officials said. A fourth journalist, Zardad Khan of Al-Jazeera television, who was also in the car, escaped injuries, hospital and media sources said. They were returning to Wana, the main town in the South Waziristan region, after covering a meeting of tribal elders in the remote town when their car was ambushed. “When they reached the Wana Hospital a car intercepted their vehicle and opened fire,” local administration official Asmatullah Gandapur said. Full Story

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