Several international airlines suspended flights to Pakistan in the wake of a series of Taliban attacks that began June 8 at the country’s busiest airport, in its largest city and its commercial capital. “Most major airlines have pulled out of Pakistan in general and Karachi in particular in the past couple of days citing security concerns,” an official of the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) said. At least 36 people, including 10 militants, were killed after ...
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