Clinton: fighting extremism can't be avoided
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Clinton: fighting extremism can't be avoided

Just hours after a car bomb in Peshawar killed at least 91 people, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton kicked off a three-day visit to Pakistan, where she praised the country's fight on extremists and pledged U.S. support. (Oct. 28) (The Associated Press)

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