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Raza Rumi | Nov 04, 2016

If police training centre attacks are to be prevented, Balochistan will need a well-trained police force not a paramilitary solution.

The lethal attack on a police training facility in Quetta adds to the long list of terror incidents of the past decade, in which more than 60,000 Pakistanis have lost their lives. The carnage has also exposed the limits of military action and the plain reality that without a change in security policy and institution building, counter-terrorism operations will only yield partial, transient results. On October 24, three suicide bombers stormed into a training academy for police recruits in Quetta and ended up killing at least 61 cadets and injuring hundreds of others…

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