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Pakistan Pressured over Mumbai Attack

December 9, 2008

International pressure is building on Pakistan to take action against suspects behind the terrorist attacks on the Indian city of Mumbai.

McClatchy newspapers' Saeed Shah discusses his investigation into Ajmal Amir Qasab, the gunman identified by Indian investigators to be linked to the three-day siege. Shah traveled to Qasab's alleged village of origin, Faridkot in the Khanewal district of Southern Punjab.

(The story summary continues below.)

Qasab's parents went missing earlier in the week, and several villagers confided in Shah that Ajmal Amir was indeed from Faridkot but had left several years before. is an independent news network that produces stories of global interest. 

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