Workers repair gas pipelines after they were blown up by unidentified men near the Punjabi town of Rahim Yar Khan, about 600 km (370 miles) south of Islamabad February 10. 2014. REUTER/Siddique Balouch
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Pakistan warned Iran on Tuesday not to send troops across the two countries' shared border to retrieve five kidnapped Iranian border guards, an incident that threatens to exacerbate regional and sectarian tensions.Predominantly Shiite Iran says militants seized the guards about 5 km (3 miles) inside Iran on Feb. 6 in the province of Sistan-Baluchistan and took them into Pakistan.Pakistan said it was in contact with Iran and had searched the area looking for the abducted border guards but been unable to find them in the mountainous, sparsely populated area.
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