'Plotter' regrets Pakistan attack
Exclusive interview with alleged mastermind of suicide bomb attack on Dera Ghazi Khan shrine three weeks ago.
Last Modified: 27 Apr 2011 15:29

Just over three weeks ago, a suicide attack in Pakistan killed 50 people at a shrine in Dera Ghazi Khan. Now, in an exclusive interview to Al Jazerea's Imtiaz Tyab, the man who was the plot's alleged mastermind has expressed willingness to accept any punishment.

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