QUETTA: At least four people were reported to be killed in different acts of violence in Pakistan’s northwestern province of Balochistan on Tuesday, DawnNews reported.

A clash and ensuing gun battle between two armed groups in the area of Bosa Mandi near Quetta’s Eastern Bypass resulted in the deaths of two men.

Meanwhile, unidentified men abducted a university professor by the name of Habibullah from Quetta’s Airport Road.

Earlier, a body of a man was found from Gwadar who had been shot dead, while another body of a young man was recovered from Turbat.

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