Shoot-Out In Southwestern Pakistan Kills Four Policemen, Militant

Pakistani security forces raided a suspected hideout of the Pakistani Taliban in the southwestern city of Quetta early on April 11, triggering a shoot-out that killed four officers and a militant commander, officials said. The police launched the raid after being tipped off that the wanted militant commander was hiding in a home in the city's Kuchlak neighborhood, police official Naveed Shah said. The officers demanded that the suspect surrender, but he instead opened fire at security forces, killing four officers before being fatally shot. To read the original story by AP, click here.