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Explosives found under car of prominent Pakistani journalist

Senior journalist for the Geo News television station Hamid Mir points to his car where a bomb was found underneath, in Islamabad November 26, 2012. A bomb was found on Monday under the car of Mir, who the Taliban had threatened over his coverage of a schoolgirl the militants shot, his employer said. REUTERS/Sohail Shahzad

Senior journalist for the Geo News television station Hamid Mir points to his car where a bomb was found underneath, in Islamabad November 26, 2012. A bomb was found on Monday under the car of Mir, who the Taliban had threatened over his coverage of...more

Senior journalist for the Geo News television station Hamid Mir points to his car where a bomb was found underneath, in Islamabad November 26, 2012. A bomb was found on Monday under the car of Mir, who the Taliban had threatened over his coverage of a schoolgirl the militants shot, his employer said. REUTERS/Sohail Shahzad
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Senior journalist for the Geo News television station Hamid Mir (L) watches as police officers show a bomb found under his car to Interior Minister Rehman Malik (C) in Islamabad November 26, 2012. A bomb was found on Monday under the car of Mir, who the Taliban had threatened over his coverage of a schoolgirl the militants shot, his employer said. REUTERS/Sohail Shahzad

Senior journalist for the Geo News television station Hamid Mir (L) watches as police officers show a bomb found under his car to Interior Minister Rehman Malik (C) in Islamabad November 26, 2012. A bomb was found on Monday under the car of Mir, who...more

Senior journalist for the Geo News television station Hamid Mir (L) watches as police officers show a bomb found under his car to Interior Minister Rehman Malik (C) in Islamabad November 26, 2012. A bomb was found on Monday under the car of Mir, who the Taliban had threatened over his coverage of a schoolgirl the militants shot, his employer said. REUTERS/Sohail Shahzad
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File photo of Osama bin Laden (L) with Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir during an interview, in an image supplied by the respected Dawn newspaper November 10, 2001. REUTERS/Hamid Mir/Editor/Ausaf Newspaper for Daily Dawn PK/CP

File photo of Osama bin Laden (L) with Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir during an interview, in an image supplied by the respected Dawn newspaper November 10, 2001. REUTERS/Hamid Mir/Editor/Ausaf Newspaper for Daily Dawn PK/CP

File photo of Osama bin Laden (L) with Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir during an interview, in an image supplied by the respected Dawn newspaper November 10, 2001. REUTERS/Hamid Mir/Editor/Ausaf Newspaper for Daily Dawn PK/CP
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