Karachi Airport Back Under Control: Army

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June 9 (Bloomberg) –- Bloomberg’s Andrew Davis reports on the deadly attack at Karachi’s international terminal. He speaks to Rishaad Salamat on Bloomberg Television’s “On The Move Asia.” (Source: Bloomberg)

The army eventually regained control.

Who is behind this?

We are not sure.

Clearly the prime suspect is the telephone.

No one has claimed it.

I have seen some headlines where the taliban was praising the attack.

We do not know.

Karachi can be very unsafe.

The problems keep on going to stop the attack came days after there were reports of a major split in the pakistani taliban.

Some analysts said this is beginning of the end.

This does not seem to be the case.

They held the airport for six hours.

We have images coming through.

We can see a karachi airport.

The head of the military is speaking there.

He is saying that they are back in control of stop half an hour ago, they tweeted that they had killed the remaining gunmen.

They're all dead.

There was some confusion about the number of noncombatants were killed during the attack.

We have no idea about a motive except perhaps arguably it is taliban.

Quite they have declared war against the pakistani state.

These attacks have been commonplace.

Even against military

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