Pakistan Blast

An injured in suicide bombing in Mastung is carried to a hospital in Quetta, Pakistan.

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Injured persons in Friday's suicide bombing in Mastung are treated at a hospital in Quetta, Pakistan.

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Pakistan army troops guard the area of suicide attack at an election rally in Bannu, Pakistan. Underscoring the security threat, two bombs exploded Friday killing14 people in the latest election related violence to hit Pakistan. The first bomb that killed four people exploded in northwest Pakistan near the election rally of a senior politician from an Islamist party who is running for parliament from the northwestern town of Bannu.

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People who were injured by an explosion lie down on road during a Shiite procession in Quetta, Pakistan


A Pakistani man carries a wounded student at the site of a bomb explosion in Peshawar, Pakistan. A bomb exploded outside a school in a residential area of Peshawar city, killing at least one person and wounding 14 others.

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A Pakistani child injured in a roadside bomb receives treatment at Lady Reading hospital in Peshawar, Pakistan. Two roadside bombs exploded close to a van carrying school children and female teachers, killing two of the teachers, said police officer Tajmir Shah. Seven others were wounded in the blast in a village close to the main city of Peshawar. It was unclear why - or indeed if - the van was targeted.

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Police take away Manjit Singh Rattu after producing him in a court in Panchkula, Haryana. It is suspected that Rattu, who was arrested by the Haryana police, is responsible for the blasts in Pakistan for which Sarabjit Singh has been given death penalty

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Pakistani rescue workers unload an injured person from an ambulance at a local hospital in Peshawar. A suicide bomber struck near the home of a Pakistani provincial minister whose only son was recently killed by suspected Islamist militants, officials said.

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