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Questions over brutal attack in the Pakistan Himalayas MP3

Over the weekend, 15 gunmen stormed a base camp and killed a Pakistani guide and nine foreign tourists who were climbing one of the world's highest mountains, in the Pakistani Himalayas. The Pakistan Taliban have claimed responsibility for the killings, but a Pakistan analyst says that group doesn't operate in the area and says a rogue elements involved in the region's sectarian conflict may actually be to blame. Source: abc.net.au

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