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Pakistan / Attacks / Brutal Justice #928007

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 05, 2009
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(Studio: Dan Harris) The third suicide attack in Pakistan in 24 hours reported; scenes shown of the bomb site south of Islamabad.

(Islamabad: Nick Schifrin) The reaction to the videotape from Pakistan of the Taliban whipping a teenage girl featured; video excerpts & anti-Taliban protests shown; details given about how the Taliban is terrorizing the population in Swat. [Human rights activist Tahira ABDULLAH†- says life for women is cheap in north Pakistan.] [Lawyer Sher MOHAMMED†- criticizes the Taliban.] [On "This Week," US Ambassador to U.N. Susan RICE - comments on this incident.]

Harris, Dan;
Schifrin, Nick

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