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General Strike Called In Balochistan Following Death Of Activist

General Strike Called In Balochistan Following Death Of Activist

Politicians, lawyers, and business-owners went on strike in Balochistan Province, southwest Pakistan, after a human rights activist died, allegedly at the hands of police, on February 2. Many businesses in the provincial capital, Quetta, were closed on February 4, with shops shuttered and padlocked~RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty

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