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Musharraf warns UK over militancy

Pakistan’s president has urged Britain to do more to tackle its own militancy threat following the London bombings. Pervez Musharraf was speaking in an address to the nation in which he defended his crackdown on extremists. He said the London bombers “cannot be called human beings” and said Pakistan stood with the UK in fighting terror. He also called for Pakistanis to join a holy war on extremists and announced all religious schools would have to register with the government. A total of 56 people died in the London bombings and at least two of the bombers visited Pakistan last year. The family of one said he visited a religious school, or madrassa. Full Story

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