At least three armed men stormed a five-star hotel in Pakistan on Saturday, but the attack continued.
According to local media, firearms militants attack the luxurious Pearl Continental in Gwadar, in the Balochistan province of Pakistan.  INDONESIAN AUTHORITIES FOLLOW SUSPENDED MEMBERS OF THE ISIS-LINKED GROUP, PLANNED TERRORIST ATTACK: REPORT
Representatives of Pakistan told Reuters that most of the guests had been evacuated from the building, but that the attackers had reached the first floor and were fighting security forces , Additional troops were deployed, including helicopters.
It is still unclear whether anyone was injured, but Balochistan Minister of the Interior Ziaullah Langu said he had victims.
He told AFP that the "majority" of guests had been successfully evacuated, but "there are reports of a few people suffering minor injuries."
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Mohammad Aslam, the duty officer in Gwadar, told the point of sale that he heard the gunshots but believes the operation will end soon.
"There were no Chinese or Pakistani guests in the hotel," he said, noting that only hotel staff were present in the building.
The province, the poorest in the country, has been around for a long time According to the BBC, the hotel is known to be at risk from activities by militants, including the Pakistani Taliban and other terrorist groups.
The hotel was frequently visited by rich foreign tourists and business people.
APP  No group has yet taken responsibility for the attack.