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PAKISTAN-ACCIDENT/
RTX17F95
January 15, 2014
A paramedic attends a student, who was injured in a road accident, after she was brought to the Peoples...
Nawabshah, Pakistan
Paramedic attends student after she was brought to the Peoples Medical College Nawabshah for medical...
A paramedic attends a student, who was injured in a road accident, after she was brought to the Peoples Medical College Nawabshah for medical treatment in Nawabshah January 15, 2014. A truck slammed into a bus bringing schoolchildren home from an outing in southern Pakistan on Wednesday, killing at least 17 pupils and three adults, police said. The collision occurred in southern Sindh province, about 300 km (180 miles) north of the provincial capital Karachi.REUTERS/Akram Shahid (PAKISTAN - Tags: HEALTH EDUCATION)
PAKISTAN-ACCIDENT/
RTX17F93
January 15, 2014
A paramedic attends a student, who was injured in a road accident, after she was brought to the Peoples...
Nawabshah, Pakistan
Paramedic attends a student after she was brought to the Peoples Medical College Nawabshah for medical...
A paramedic attends a student, who was injured in a road accident, after she was brought to the Peoples Medical College Nawabshah for medical treatment in Nawabshah January 15, 2014. A truck slammed into a bus bringing schoolchildren home from an outing in southern Pakistan on Wednesday, killing at least 17 pupils and three adults, police said. The collision occurred in southern Sindh province, about 300 km (180 miles) north of the provincial capital Karachi. REUTERS/Akram Shahid (PAKISTAN - Tags: DISASTER EDUCATION)
SECURITY PAKISTAN ARRESTS
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September 27, 2004
A view of the house where al Qaeda militant Amjad Farooqi was killed in Nawabshah September 27, 2004....
Nawabshah, Pakistan
A view of the house where al Qaeda-linked Islamic suspect Amjad Farooqi was killed in Nawabshah.
A view of the house where al Qaeda militant Amjad Farooqi was killed in Nawabshah September 27, 2004. Pakistani security forces arrested more suspected Islamic militants a day after they shot dead Farooqi, who was wanted for a failed attempt on President Pervez Musharraf's life and the killing of U.S. journalist Daniel Pearl. REUTERS/Akram Shahid ZH/TW
PAKISTAN
RTRBTCN
September 27, 2004
Pakistani security officials patrol the area where Islamic militant Amjad Farooqi was killed in Nawabshah....
Nawabshah, Pakistan
Pakistani security officials patrol the area where Islamic militant Amjad Farooqi was killed in ...
Pakistani security officials patrol the area where Islamic militant Amjad Farooqi was killed in Nawabshah. Pakistani security officials patrol the area where Islamic militant Amjad Farooqi was killed in Nawabshah September 27, 2004. Pakistan's security forces on Sunday shot dead suspected al Qaeda-linked militant Amjad Farooqi said to have plotted an attempt to assassinate President Pervez Musharraf and to have had a hand in the killing of U.S. journalist Daniel Pearl, the information minister said. REUTERS/Akram Shahid
PAKISTAN
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September 27, 2004
Pakistani security officials gather outside a house where Islamic militant Amjad Farooqi was killed in...
Nawabshah, Pakistan
Pakistani security officials gather outside a house where Islamic militant Amjad Farooqi was ...
Pakistani security officials gather outside a house where Islamic militant Amjad Farooqi was killed in Nawabshah. Pakistani security officials gather outside a house where Islamic militant Amjad Farooqi was killed in Nawabshah September 27, 2004. Pakistan's security forces on Sunday shot dead suspected al Qaeda-linked militant Amjad Farooqi said to have plotted an attempt to assassinate President Pervez Musharraf and to have had a hand in the killing of a U.S. journalist Daniel Pearl, the information minister said. REUTERS/Akram Shahid
PAKISTAN
RTRBTC7
September 27, 2004
Pakistani security officials patrol the area where Islamic militant Amjad Farooqi was killed in Nawabshah....
Nawabshah, Pakistan
Pakistani security officials patrol the area where Islamic militant Amjad Farooqi was killed in ...
Pakistani security officials patrol the area where Islamic militant Amjad Farooqi was killed in Nawabshah. Pakistani security officials patrol the area where Islamic militant Amjad Farooqi was killed in Nawabshah September 27, 2004. Pakistan's security forces on Sunday shot dead suspected al Qaeda-linked militant Amjad Farooqi said to have plotted an attempt to assassinate President Pervez Musharraf and to have had a hand in the killing of U.S. journalist Daniel Pearl, the information minister said. REUTERS/Akram Shahid
SECURITY PAKISTAN
RTRBTC0
September 27, 2004
A Pakistani man walks past a newspaper stand displaying papers, splashed with headlines of the killing...
Islamabad, Pakistan
A Pakistani man walks past a newspaper stand displaying papers in Islamabad.
A Pakistani man walks past a newspaper stand displaying papers, splashed with headlines of the killing of al Qaeda militant Amjad Hussain Farooqi who was killed after an encounter, in Islamabad September 27, 2004. Pakistan's security forces on Sunday shot dead an al Qaeda militant accused of an assassination attempt on President Pervez Musharraf and involvement in the killing of an U.S. journalist, the information minister said. Farooqi, who had a price of 2 million rupees ($34,000) on his head, was killed in a clash in the small southern city of Nawabshah, 130 km (80 miles) northeast of Karachi. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed MK/LA
PAKISTAN BLAST
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August 17, 2004
Railway workers repair damaged track after a bomb blast in Nawabshah, 250 km (156 miles) from Karachi,...
Nawabshah, Pakistan
Railway workers repair damaged track after a bomb blast in Nawabshah.
Railway workers repair damaged track after a bomb blast in Nawabshah, 250 km (156 miles) from Karachi, August 17, 2004. Two bombs exploded on a railway track minutes after a passenger train passed over it in Pakistan's southern Sindh province on Monday, killing no one but cutting off a major rail link, police said. BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE REUTERS/Akram Shahid ZH/ACM
PAKISTAN
RTRFXUS
March 21, 2001
Pakistani women cast their votes at a polling station in Nawabshah, 250 km north of Karachi March 21,...
Nawabshah, Pakistan
PAKISTANI WOMEN CAST THEIR VOTE ON THE SECOND PHASE OF CONTROVERSIAL LOCAL BODIES ELECTIONS.
Pakistani women cast their votes at a polling station in Nawabshah, 250 km north of Karachi March 21, 2001. Pakistan's military government launched the country on a cautious return to democracy with the second phase of controversial party-less local council elections.

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PAKISTAN
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March 21, 2001
Pakistani voters queue outside a polling station in Nawabshah, 250 km north of Karachi March 21, 2001....
Nawabshah, Pakistan
PAKISTANI VOTERS QUEUE ON THE SECOND PHASE OF CONTROVERSIAL LOCAL BODIES ELECTIONS.
Pakistani voters queue outside a polling station in Nawabshah, 250 km north of Karachi March 21, 2001. Pakistan's military government launched the country on a cautious return to democracy with the second phase of controversial party-less local council elections.

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PAKISTAN
RTRFXSD
March 21, 2001
Pakistani women cast their votes at a polling station in Nawabshah, 250 km north of Karachi March 21,...
Nawabshah, Pakistan
PAKISTANI WOMEN CAST THEIR VOTE ON THE SECOND PHASE OF CONTROVERSIAL LOCAL BODIES ELECTIONS.
Pakistani women cast their votes at a polling station in Nawabshah, 250 km north of Karachi March 21, 2001. Pakistan's military government launched the country on a cautious return to democracy with the second phase of controversial party-less local council elections.

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