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Pakistan Says 4 Militants Behind 2009 Cricket Attack Killed  fa

Pakistani officials said Sunday that four Islamic extremists allegedly involved in a 2009 attack on the visiting Sri Lankan cricket team were killed in a shootout with police. The attack on the cricket team killed six police and two bystanders, and wounded six cricket players.

ABCnews 2:46:00 PM CEST

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