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Pakistan Steps up Security for Chinese Workers After Bombing

Pakistan Information Minister, Attaullah Tarar, convened a press conference in Islamabad on March 27, 2024 to announce that security measures to protect Chinese nationals in the country would be enhanced. Image via Associated Press of Pakistan.

By Shrouq TARIQ

Pakistan ramped up security guarding Chinese engineers building Beijing-linked projects in the nation’s northwest, an official said Wednesday, a day after five workers were killed in a suicide bombing.

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