Four gunmen who attacked Pakistan hotel and shot dead security guard have been killed

Four gunmen who attacked Pakistan hotel and shot dead security guard have been killed

Four insurgents who attacked a hotel in Pakistan have been killed.

The gunmen attacked the hotel, killing one security guard, with the majority of guests having been evacuated.

The Pearl Continental hotel, situated in southwestern Pakistan, is the centre piece of a multi-billion dollar Chinese infrastructure project in the country.

BBC reports that the Balochistan Liberation Army said it had carried out the attack to target Chinese and other foreign investors.

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