Bomb blast, landmine kill two in Balochistan
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Bomb blast, landmine kill two in Balochistan

Mingora : Pakistan | Nov 09, 2008 at 12:03 AM PST
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A man was killed and five others were injured when a bomb exploded in Sui town on Sunday morning. “The bomb attached to a motorcycle parked near a restaurant in the main bazaar was detonated with a remote control,” Dera Bugti DPO Najam Tareen told Dawn. FULL ARTICLE AT Dawn
 
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