Pakistan nabs 3 militants linked to killings of 7 charity workers

Pakistani police say they have arrested three Islamic militants allegedly involved in killing seven Christian charity workers in Karachi in 2002. Police chief Malik Iqbal says the men arrested Monday also are suspected of killing three doctors and planning terrorist attacks on government buildings and other targets in Punjab province. Seven workers belonging to the domestic Christian charity Peace and Justice Organization were bound and gagged, then shot to death after a 2002 meeting at their office in Karachi.