Fear of Violence Marks Pakistani Elections
Turnout for Pakistan's much-anticipated parliamentary elections appears to have been low because of a widespread fear of violence. Militants set off bombs at several polling stations around the country on Monday. The bombings followed a suicide attack on Saturday that killed nearly 50 people.
Renee Montagne talks about the elections with Jackie Northam in Islamabad and Philip Reeves in Lahore.
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