A Pakistani policeman stands guard as a health worker administers polio drops to a child during a polio vaccination campaign in Peshawar on September 14, 2015. AFP PHOTO/A MAJEED
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Pakistani police have arrested a businessman who donated funds to the Taliban and Al-Qaeda, police told Reuters on Wednesday, in a rare case targeting those who financially contribute to militancy.The suspect, Syed Sheaba Ahmed, was detained in the southern city of Karachi, police said although they did not say when. Police initially said Ahmed had been an air force pilot, but a spokesman for the air force later said although Ahmed had studied at the Pakistan Air Force College in Sargodha city in the 1980s, he was expelled for disciplinary problems and never graduated.
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