RELIGIOUS HARD-LINERS OUT IN PAKISTAN (AP)

AP - Fed up with violence and economic hardship, voters in the deeply conservative northwest have thrown out the Islamist parties that ruled this province for five years — a clear sign that Pakistanis are rejecting religious extremism in a region where al-Qaida and the Taliban have sought refuge.

Originally from Yahoo! News: Asia News on February 20, 2008, 3:42pm

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