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Pakistan re-arrests four men acquitted in Daniel Pearl murder case

Reuters India Friday, 3 April 2020
Pakistani authorities on Friday ordered the detention of four men set to be released after being acquitted by a court over the murder of U.S. journalist Daniel Pearl, and the government said it would challenge the acquittal next week.
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News video: Pakistan commutes death sentence for key figure in Daniel Pearl murder

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The main accused in the murder of U.S. journalist Daniel Pearl is likely to walk free in the coming days, after a Pakistani court commuted his death sentence. Lucy Fielder reports.

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