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Pakistan-Afghanistan border security beefed up post Lahore suicide bomb attack

ANI News Wednesday, 15 February 2017
*Islamabad [Pakistan], Feb.15 (ANI): Following Monday's suicide bomb attack in Lahore, which resulted in the death of 13 persons and injuries to many others, the Pakistan government has reportedly issued orders to law enforcement agencies to increase patrolling and surveillance along the country's borders with Afghanistan.*
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