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Pakistan: 40 Die in Sunni-Shiite Clashes

Gunbattles between majority Sunnis and minority Shiites left at least 40 people dead and 43 wounded in remote northwestern Pakistan after men opened fire on Shiite Muslims, a Pakistani official said Saturday. Arbab Mohammed Arif Khan, secretary for law and order in Pakistan’s semiautonomous tribal regions, said authorities had imposed a round-the-clock curfew to control the situation in Parachinar in North West Frontier province bordering Afghanistan. Full Story

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