Sabotage likely cause of Pakistan train crash

Sabotage was the likely cause of a train crash Saturday that killed one woman and injured 27 others in central Pakistan, a Cabinet minister said. Part of the track had "intentionally been damaged by saboteurs," said Ishaq Khakwani, minister for state railways. Khakwani gave no other details, and only said authorities were investigating to determine who was behind this "act of terrorism." Other officials said tools apparently used for damaging the track were left at the scene.