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Climber killings disrupt Pakistani tourism

Members of Pakistan Association of Tour Operators hold posters after lighting candles during a demonstration to condemn the killing of foreign tourists by Islamic militants in Islamabad, Pakistan June 24.

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Members of Pakistan Association of Tour Operators hold posters after lighting candles during a demonstration to condemn the killing of foreign tourists by Islamic militants in Islamabad, Pakistan June 24.



ISLAMABAD (AP) — Pakistan’s already embattled tourism industry is struggling to deal with worried customers and cancellations after Islamic militants attacked foreign climbers preparing to challenge one of the world’s tallest mountains, killing 11 people...

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