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US national killed by gunmen in NW Pakistan
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A foreigner, along with his driver, was killed by some unknown gunmen in northwestern Pakistan on Wednesday, private TV channel DAWN NEWS reported.

The incident occurred on Jamaluddin Afghani Road in University Town area in Peshawar, capital city of North West Frontier Province, said the report.

The foreigner was a United States national and worked for a non-government organization (NGO), according to DAWN NEWS.

There is no immediate claim of responsibility for the killing.

A suicide bomber blew himself up at the main gate of the Peshawar Sport Complex during at the concluding ceremony of the inter-provincial games on Tuesday, leaving at least three dead and 20 others injured.

(Xinhua News Agency November 12, 2008)

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