Taliban kill 4 Pakistani tribesmen, calling them US spies

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
March 21, 2010 11:18

 
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MIR ALI, Pakistan — The bullet-riddled bodies of four Pakistani tribesmen, killed by the Taliban for allegedly spying for the United States, were found Sunday in a semiautonomous tribal region near the Afghan border, witnesses and officials said.

Hours later, a bomb exploded in Pakistan's southwestern province of Baluchistan, where authorities have been fighting an ethnic insurgency. The blast killed at least three people and injured 12 more.

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