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Train track, electricity station bombed in Pakistan

Suspected insurgents bombed a main railway track and fired a rocket at an electricity station in the restive southwestern Pakistani province of Baluchistan, but there were no casualties, officials said Sunday. Part the railway track was blown up early Sunday in the Dasht area, some 22 kilometres (13 miles) south of provincial capital Quetta, police official Mohammad Khan told AFP. A patrol party found four home-made bombs attached to the track and called the bomb disposal squad but in the meantime one of the bombs went off, Khan said. No-one was hurt. Full Story

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