Shooting breaks out at Pakistan radical mosque

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July 3, 2007 11:53

 
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Shooting broke out at a radical mosque in Pakistan's capital of Islamabad on Tuesday after students clashed with police deployed there. Students from the Lal Masjid mosque opened fire on the police and paramilitary rangers, who fired tear gas at crowds near the mosque, according to a photographer for The Associated Press.

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