Friday, January 30, 2015   

A dozen slain in Pakistan gang fight
(03-12 15:41)

Twelve people including four women have been killed in a violent clash between two gangs in Pakistan's Karachi, officials said.
``The clash erupted this morning when two gangs exchanged heavy gunfire, later they fired RPGs and lobbed hand grenades at each other,'' Senior police official Faisal Bashir said.—AFP
   
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