At Least 24 Dead in Pakistan After Violence on Election Day

Nawaz Sharif preparing for third term as prime minister


ISLAMABAD, May 12 (UPI) — At least 24 people died in Pakistan as more than 60 percent of the country's population turned out to vote, the highest turnout in decades, officials said.

At least 11 people died and four others were injured Saturday in a bombing by the Pakistan Taliban at an Awami National Party office in Karachi, The New York Times reported.