Pakistanis urge the military to boost security as attacks mount before election – Washington Post

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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — A string of violent attacks at political rallies, killing nearly 160 people this week, has the nation on edge about security for the upcoming national elections, with some political leaders blaming the Pakistani military for not
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