1. OUTRAGE

    American Tourist Killed in Pakistan

    In this undated image the snow-capped mountain of Nanga Parbat is seen in northern Pakistan. Rescuers are hunting for a Venezuelan climber who went missing while trying to scale a "killer" mountain in Pakistan, the world's 9th highest peak, an official said Wednesday July 19, 2006. Jose Antonio Delgado lost contact with base camp Monday while scaling 8,125-meter (26,812-foot) Nanga Parbat, which translates as "Naked Mountain" in Pakistan's Urdu language. It is more widely known as "Killer Mountain" because of the many climbers who have perished there. (AP Photo/Musaf Zaman Kazmi)   where rescuers are hunting for a Venezuelan climber who went missing while trying to scale a "killer" mountain in Pakistan _ the world's 9th highest peak, an official said Wednesday, July 19, 2006. (AP Photo/Musaf Zaman Kazmi) .

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    An American is reportedly among the victims of a deadly shooting spree in Pakistan that left nine foreign tourists and two others dead on one of the world's highest peaks, Nanga Parbat. Authorities say the armed men entered a camp in northern Pakistan, donning uniforms used by a local paramilitary force, and then opened fire on the tourists. A local branch of the Taliban has already stepped forward to claim responsibility for the incident—saying that it was in retaliation for a recent drone strike that took down one of their leaders. "Our attacks on foreigners will continue to protest over drone strikes," a spokesman for the militant group told NBC News. The names of the victims have yet to be released.

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