Pakistani authorities arrested a militant who they say was connected with the murder of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl in 2002.The Pakistan Rangers, a paramilitary organization, said in a statement it arrested Qari Abdul Hayyee, alias Asad Ullah, in a covert operation just north of Karachi's international airport.Mr. Hayyee, a former leader of Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, a banned sectarian group, was involved in Mr. Pearl's death, the statement said. A Pakistani security official said the arrest occurred three or four days ago.Investigators are unsure whether Mr. Hayyee played a direct role in Mr. Pearl's abduction and beheading but believe he was linked to the crime through his role as a leader of Lashkar-e-Jhangvi in Sindh province, the official said.Pakistan banned Lashkar-e-Jhangvi in 2001 but critics say its members have continued to operate freely. This year, around 250 people have been killed in three bomb attacks on the minority Shiite community in the southwestern city of Qu...
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