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37 Die in Pakistani Political Violence

Pro-government and opposition groups blamed each other Sunday for the worst political violence to grip Pakistan in years, as fresh riots broke out and the toll from bloody street battles in Karachi rose to 37 dead and more than 150 wounded. Unrest broke out Sunday in several ethnic Pashtun-dominated neighborhoods of the city, and “unknown people” fatally shot a man, police officer Shad Masih said. Police dispersed a crowd in the area using tear gas, he said. Full Story

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