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Train bombing threat to peace process

September 23, 2018
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MILITANTS opposed to the peace process between India and Pakistan are being blamed for setting off two homemade bombs aboard a train, sparking a fire that killed at least 66 passengers. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 19 February, 2007)
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At least 65 people are killed by a bomb attack on a train heading from India to Pakistan which sparked a fireball. (BBC News — 20 February, 2007)
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India and Pakistan say a train bombing that killed at least 66 people will not disrupt their peace process. (BBC News — 20 February, 2007)
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Two bombs exploded on a train traveling from India to Pakistan late Sunday, setting off a fire that killed more than 66 people. (Aljazeera — 20 February, 2007)
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Pakistan’s foreign minister said Monday he was going ahead with a trip to India Tuesday as planned, despite “horrendous” bomb blasts on a train in India that killed at least 66 people, most of them Pakistanis. (CNN — 20 February, 2007)
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India and Pakistan have vowed to press ahead with a peace process despite a bomb attack that sparked a fire and killed more than five dozen people aboard a train connecting the two countries. (CNN — 20 February, 2007)
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Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf says a bomb attack on a train in India that killed at least 66 people most of them Pakistanis will not stop the peace process between the neighbouring countries (ABC News — 19 February, 2007)
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At least 64 people burned to death after a blast aboard a train from India to Pakistan that officials say was intended to damage the peace process between the countries Explosives were found in tw (ABC News — 19 February, 2007)
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Police in India issue sketches of two men they believe got off a train minutes before a deadly bomb attack. (BBC News — 21 February, 2007)
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Peace talks will open on Wednesday as planned, despite the bombing that killed at least 68 people Sunday night. (New York Times — 21 February, 2007)
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At least 25 people killed in the Indian train bombing may have to be buried without being identified, officials say. (BBC News — 19 hours ago)
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