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Security forces criticised over school bus attack MP3

Pakistan's media is blaming the government for the failure of security forces to prevent the third major atrocity in the city of Quetta in six months. The local government has declared a day of mourning over the deadly targeting of female students on a school bus, and then later at the hospital where they were being treated. More than two dozen people were killed in the attacks, for which the Sunni militant group, La... Source: abc.net.au

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