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Suspected robbers in Pakistan says police hacked off their handsPakistani police chopped off the left hands of two men accused of theft after they refused to confess to stealing electrical wire and mobile phones, the victims told Reuters on Monday.The two men, Ghulam Mustafa, 38, and Liaquat Ali, 42, said that police hacked off their hands with a large butcher's knife on Friday.Police disputed their version of the story, telling Reuters the men had cut their own hands with razor blades in a suicide attempt, though it was not immediately clear how they could cut their the hands off.Medical staff said the men had been brought to the hospital by two policemen about eight hours after their hands were cut off. A regional police spokeswoman, Nabeela Ghazanfar, denied the police had chopped off the hands.
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