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Surrender call ignored at Pakistan mosque

Hundreds of militant students under siege in a mosque in Pakistan’s capital largely ignored calls from their captured leader to surrender on Thursday, raising fears that some children could be used as human shields. In an interview broadcast on state television, the leader of the Red Mosque’s Taliban-style student movement, caught the previous evening trying to escape wearing a woman’s burqa, said 850 students remained inside, including 600 women and girls. Full Story

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