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August 9, 2013 7:13 PM

U.S. pullback in Lahore another sign of growing al Qaida violence in Pakistan

The U.S. State Department’s decision Friday to withdraw staff from its consulate in the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore is the latest indication that the city of 10 million is facing a renewed threat of al Qaida infiltration.

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