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Curfew after Pakistan mosque clashes kill 12

Pakistan clamped a curfew around a radical Islamabad mosque Wednesday and warned that armed violators would be shot, after 12 people died in gun battles between pro-Taliban students and security forces. Armoured personnel carriers and truckloads of troops massed in the darkness around the Lal Masjid, or Red Mosque, as loudspeaker announcements urged the compound’s hardline leaders to surrender or face action. Full Story

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