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Human Right Activist killed in Pak, Probe ordered

Islamabad, April 25: A human right activist was killed in Karachi. The deceased was identified as Sabeen Mahmud. She was shot dead late Friday after she hosted a seminar in Baluchistan province.

Pakistan government has ordered a probe into the killing of Sabeen. She was running a cafe in Karachi that organises events. She was attacked by the gunmen after she left the seminar and moved towards home with her mother.

Sabeen died on the spot, while her mother was seriously wounded.

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