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Pakistan asks Afghanistan to handover 76 'most wanted' terrorists

Zee News Friday, 17 February 2017 ()
In an unusual move, Pakistan Army today handed over a list of 76 "most wanted" terrorists to Afghan embassy officials and demanded "immediate action" against them, amidst a spurt in terror attacks in the country.
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