Pakistan’s elections marred by bombings killing at least 33 people

More than a hundred million voters are Wednesday choosing between the parties of the former cricket star Imran Khan who pledges to clean up government and that of the former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif who sits in jail for corruption. The worst outbreak of violence besetting the vote erupted in the southern city of Quetta leaving at least 31 dead. Another two were killed in smaller local clashes. The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan reports fraud and blatant attempts to manipulate the polls.

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  • Jul 25, 2018 @ 14:14 at 14:14
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    That’s several hundred dead in suicide bombings so far in Pakistan’s terrorist, insurgent and sectarian-related incidents. The Pakistan government needs to seek security advise from the Israel government .

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  • Jul 25, 2018 @ 16:56 at 16:56
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    Remember, it’s “The Religion of Peace”. Anyone who disagrees will be dealt with harshly.

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