"The official said the policemen were on their routine patrol across the city when they stopped four suspected people riding two motorbikes."
Islamabad, July 7 - At least five policemen were killed in two separate firing incidents in Pakistan, media reported Monday.

An official said three policemen were killed and one was injured late Sunday when some people riding motorbikes opened fire in Sindh province's Hyderabad city, Xinhua reported.

The official said the policemen were on their routine patrol across the city when they stopped four suspected people riding two motorbikes.

In another incident in the city of Quetta in Balochistan province, two policemen were killed in firing by unknown gunmen.


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