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Violence claims eight more lives in Karachi
[Dawn] Eight more people bit the dust in different incidents of violence in Bloody Karachi
...formerly the capital of Pakistain, now merely its most important port and financial center. It is among the largest cities in the world, with a population of 18 million, most of whom hate each other and many of whom are armed and dangerous...
'>Bloody Karachi, the restive southern metropolis of Pakistain, DawnNews reported on Monday.

Enraged mobs erupted into the streets and blocked roads after setting ablaze several cycle of violences when unidentified gunnies killed three people in the city's Patel Para neighbourhood.

An exchange of fire was also witnessed between protesters and the police contingent, which reached the site after the incident.

The dear departed are identified as Shah Noor, Imran and Abdul Rahim.

...back at the abandoned silver mine, the water was up to Jack's neck and still rising. And then he smelled the smoke...
two bodies with torture marks were found behind bushes near D.A apartments in Surjani Town. The dead are identified as Akhter Ali and Maqbool.

Another body was found from Machar Colony. The dead was reportedly kidnapped and tortured.

Two people were killed in separate incidents of gun fire in Baldia Town and Surjani Town's Khuda ki Basti.

Bloody Karachi, a port city of some 20 million, has a long history of political, ethnic and religious strife.

Many of the killings in the financial capital of the country have been linked to gangs allegedly controlled by political parties.
Posted by:Fred