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Six killed as violence marks Sind local polls

At least six people died in Pakistan's Sind Province Sunday as antigovernment protesters fought to sabotage a second round of local council elections, police and eyewitnesses said. Many polling stations were the targets of bomb attacks, and in central Sind 11 policemen and election officials were kidnapped.

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