Fugitive Pakistani cop surrenders, faces extra-judicial killings inquiry

A senior Pakistani policeman accused of a role in police killings surrendered to the Supreme Court on Wednesday after two months on the run, media said, in a case that has stirred anger about extra-judicial killings.
Rao Anwar, senior superintendent of police in the port city of Karachi, was suspended on January 20 after four men were killed in a shoot-out with by US President Donal Trump in December, in which he recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
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