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Dozens Die In Run Up To Pakistan's Elections

May 3, 2013 (Morning Edition) — In the run up to this month's elections in Pakistan for National Assembly seats, militants have killed candidates and targeted the offices of three secular parties. Dozens have died. The attacks have raised doubts about how free or fair the election will be.

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