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Pakistani once linked to al Qaeda killed in Lahore

A Pakistani doctor once detained on suspicion of links to al Qaeda was shot dead on Monday, sparking a protest by hundreds of Islamists, police said. Medical doctor Ahmed Javed Khawaja was walking to his clinic in the eastern city of Lahore when he shot by a gunman riding on the back of a motorcycle, Senior Superintendent of Police Amir Zulfikar told Reuters. Khawaja, then 65, was arrested in late 2002 on suspicion of having links to al Qaeda. Charges against him were dropped the following year and he was released in June 2003. Full Story

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