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ISLAMABAD, June 23 (Itar-Tass) - Police and special services interrogate a guide, who may give terrorists information about foreign climbers, who were killed in Gilgit last night, local mass media report.
After 10 foreign climbers, who had to reach the Nanga Parbat Mountain, were killed security forces detained a local guide, who helped climbers prepare mountain climbing, mass media report.
Pakistani special services have grounds to believe that the guide can give terrorists information about the whereabouts of the camp, Geo TV said.