Lynching mob seeks to capture blasphemy suspect in Pakistan

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A mob demanded Pakistani authorities give them the man who desecrated the Koran, Islam’s holy book. The police described the man as mentally unstable and refused to give him in for lynching. In response, the mob attacked the police.

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