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1,900-mile march for the lost reaches Pakistan’s capital

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ISLAMABAD — A group of Baluch activists are finishing a nearly 1,900-mile protest march across Pakistan, demonstrating in the capital today to demand justice for missing loved ones they say security forces abducted while battling insurgents.

Some 100 protesters arrived in Islamabad, ending their walk that began Oct. 27 in Quetta, the capital of Pakistan’s Baluchistan province, right activist Maryam Kunwar said. The marchers carried photos of missing relatives with their names and the dates they disappeared, calling on the government to find their missing relatives and bring them to trial if they’re accused of a crime.

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