Gunmen Attack Pakistan Stock Exchange, Citing Its Link to China

Mary P. Humphrey

ISLAMABAD—The Pakistan Stock Exchange constructing in Karachi arrived under attack Monday by an insurgent team stating it qualified the trade mainly because it is partly owned by a Chinese consortium. Four gunmen attempted to storm the trade, but all were being killed in a shootout with guards in the compound […]

ISLAMABAD—The Pakistan Stock Exchange constructing in Karachi arrived under attack Monday by an insurgent team stating it qualified the trade mainly because it is partly owned by a Chinese consortium.

Four gunmen attempted to storm the trade, but all were being killed in a shootout with guards in the compound exterior the constructing, police reported. Two non-public protection guards and a police officer also died in an eight-moment firefight all through which the attackers also threw grenades.

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