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Pakistan nabs most-wanted sectarian terrorist

Pakistani security agencies have arrested the operations chief of an Al-Qaeda-linked Sunni Muslim militant group who was wanted for a spate of sectarian killings in the country, officials said. Osman Choto, 23, of the banned Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LJ) group, was captured on the outskirts of Karachi over the weekend. “Osman Choto was arrested from a hideout on the outskirts of Karachi,” the official, who declined to be identified, told AFP on Tuesday. Osman had stepped in as chief of Lashkar-e-Jhangvi in September after the arrest of Asif Choto, who had been running the outfit. “He was one of the most wanted sectarian terrorists and carried a price of one million rupees (60,000 dollars) on his head,” the official said. Full Story

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