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Polls in Pakistan’s Baluchistan Province Face Multiple Threatsi
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May 08, 2013 6:13 PM
The people of Pakistan’s Baluchistan province are caught in a crossfire of violence from separatist, ethnic, tribal and political conflicts. Sharon Behn reports from the provincial capital of Quetta, that the May 11 national elections are proving a tough challenge for candidates, security forces and voters alike

Polls in Pakistan’s Baluchistan Province Face Multiple Threats

Published May 08, 2013

The people of Pakistan’s Baluchistan province are caught in a crossfire of violence from separatist, ethnic, tribal and political conflicts. Sharon Behn reports from the provincial capital of Quetta, that the May 11 national elections are proving a tough challenge for candidates, security forces and voters alike


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